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Weekend breaks in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs

There's simply nowhere better for a recharging short weekend break in Scotland, indeed in the UK,  than the quintessentially Scottish region of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs,  with its rich history, its romance and delightful  scenery, and  home to Poppies Hotel in Callander.

Poppies Hotel is open all year round. Our winter warmers, always very popular winter weekend breaks here in the Trossachs, extend normally from November to March. when they are replaced by our easter weekend breaks, and ‘spring into summer’ breaks.

Our favourite season is always autumn, and our autumn breaks allow us to showcase the sheer kaleidoscope, the ‘riot of colour’ which surrounds us in Scotland at this scenically beautiful time of year.

For those time rich couples and seniors, you might find our midweek breaks in the Trossachs the very thing for you.

Watch out always for our schools out and school holiday breaks, as well as the bank holiday weekend breaks, for which early booking is strongly recommended.

And then there are our well known Poppies Hotel murder mystery weekend breaks – again early booking is necessary as these are our most popular weekend break in the Trossachs, and have built up quite a following.

February and March 2016 Getaways

Dinner, Bed and Breakfast Inclusive Breaks

Sunday to Thursday
2 Nights   £199 per room
3 Nights £285 per room

Friday and Saturday
2 Nights  £230 per room

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St. Valentines Weekend

2 nights      £295 per couple
Bottle of Champagne on arrival, Dinner on both evenings, bed and full Scottish Breakfast

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Spring short breaks in the Trossachs

 April and May   2016

From only £60.00 per person per night Dinner, Bed and Breakfast
(£20 supplement for a Superior room)

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Family leisure breaks

Midweek breaks

Late deals

Christmas and New Year breaks

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