The Old Rectory Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Leny Road
Callander
Trossachs
Central Scotland
Scotland
FK17 8AL

The Old Rectory Inn, Callander

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A family run traditional Scottish Inn set in the heart of the Trossachs with Grays Scottish restaurant an excellent dining experience for all the family a cosy lounge bar with draught and bottled beers, Scottish Wines, spirits, a selection of soft drinks, teas and coffees and the very popular whisky library. Live music every Wednesday and Sunday throughout our summer season. All our bedrooms are en-suite and have many home comforts such as colour T.V.

hospitality trays, fluffy towels and robes, complementary toiletries, irons and hairdryers. The resident owners will try to make your visit to us has memorable as possible.

 3 star rating

From: £60.00


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