Doune Bed & Breakfast, in medieval village.
Doune is a small village where 'everyone knows your name'. You have everything on your doorstep.
We are in a rural location but with all the modern amenities. Restaurants tend to close early around 20:00. The bus is convenient if you need it.
Medieval Doune castle with circular riverside walk ideal for picnics. Now famous for the Outlander TV series. Parking onsite but in walking distance.
Deanston Distillery (15 mins walk) with cafe next door
Scottish Antique and Arts Centre - voted best in the UK twice – with eatery.
Blairdrummond Safari Park (lions, elephant, giraffe, tigers) open March – October.
Briarlands Farm (family friendly)
Argaty Red Kite Feeding Centre
Co-Op store open till 22:00
Bustling Buttercup café
Woodlane - designer clothes boutique
Red Lion Inn
A wide choice of walks around the ponds and through woods and along the old railway line. Wheelchair accessible.
- Football matches in Moray Park
- Cricket matches on the grazings (behind the school)
- Old Quarry Off-road bike competitions
- Stirling bull sales
- MacRobert event cinema (Bridge of Allan)
Easter - egg rolling down the castle hill
June: Doune Gala
June: Doune Hillclimb (motor race)
July: Jousting at Linlithgow Palace
July/August: Highland Games (Bridge of Allan / Stirling / Blackford)
August: Landrick Challenge / Edinburgh Tatoo / Edinburgh Fringe Festival
September: Big Onion competition / Doune Hillclimb (motor race)
November: Bridge of Allan fireworks
December: Christmas Fayre
Snow days - sledging on the farm hills
8 miles north on the Trossachs trail is the popular town of Callander. 4 miles away is Dunblane, home of Wimbledon Champion Andy Murray. Dunblane has a cathedral neighboured by Tappit Hen serving guest ales. A fabulous kids park sit on a hill above the river with a skate / bike park for the more adventurous.
The City of Stirling is 8 miles away and offers big brand and independent shopping and of course, rich history. Interested in history and castles? Make use of the Explorer pass and save money.
Bridge of Allan is easy to explore on foot with boutiques and restaurants at the one end, and Wallace Monument on the other.
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This page was last updated: 19 May 2018