Tigh Na Crich

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Tigh na Crich
Lochearnhead
Stirling
Central Scotland
Scotland
FK19 8PR

Tigh Na Crich, Lochearnhead

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Tigh Na Crich is a comfortable privately owned house set in beautiful countryside at the edge of Loch Earn.

Tigh Na Crich is a large traditionally built white stone house dating from the mid 1800's. Situated in the small village of Lochearnhead on the A84. Tigh na Crich is set at the foot of Glenogle near Edinample Castle and Ben Vorlich by Loch Earn.

Retaining much of its original character Tigh na Crich has been renovated to a high standard. Relax in the Sun Lounge at the front of the house with wonderful views of the local hills surrounding Loch Earn.

 4 star rating

From: £68.00

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