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Family leisure breaks in the Trossachs at our family friendly hotel

Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park  is jam packed with things for families and children to see and do, including Stirling Castle, one of Britain's greatest castles and a must visit. So it’s a great place for a school’s out or school holiday fun and educational family break or family holiday, taking in lots of history and culture – and the superb activity and adventure playground which awaits.

Relax and look forward to your next family holidays or leisure breaks in Callander and the Trossachs in Scotland with our specially-selected child-friendly accommodation, delightful family dining in our restaurant - plus great events to visit, and activities to enjoy, which we can help arrange for the whole family.

Loch Lomond and the Trossacchs National Park  is a sensational destination to spend family breaks and holidays. And shared memories from your holiday can really bring some new bonds to a family. Calander and the surrounding area offers a range of memorable experiences for your family. Exciting and fun outdoor activity holidays for the whole family to enjoy based in beautiful surroundings.


We offer a safe, peaceful environment for your children to have fun, make new friends and have a really good time. Many local activity providers offer great family programs and activities suitable for children, again in safe secure, professionally supervised environments. Children can enjoy thrilling local adventure centres at Go Ape and Go Country, play lovely golf courses - and the area is rich in culture, famous historic sites - and sport, adventure and leisure centres great for families.And make a must visit to Blair Drummond Safari & Adventure Park and experience one of the best value for money family days out Scotland has to offer.

 

Weekend breaks

Midweek breaks

Late deals

Christmas and New Year breaks

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