The Highland Guest House

Guest House in Callander, Central Scotland (Trossachs)

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8 South Church Streeet
Callander
Trossachs
Central Scotland
Scotland
FK17 8BN

The Highland Guest House, Callander

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The Highland Guest House was built in 1790. It is a lovely 10 room guest house. It sits in a very nice location in the centre of Callander.

 2 star rating

From: £29.00


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