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Loch Lomond & Trossachs Farm Cottages
Loch Lomond & Trossachs Farm Cottages, Garrel Farm
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Our charming country cottages, in the heart of Scotland offer a relaxing break away from it all. Situated on the edge of Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, in an area of outstanding beauty, on our working farm, our newly converted cottages are furnished and equipped to a very high standard.
While you stay in our farm cottages you can enjoy food direct from its source. Our farm shop can supply you with delicious fresh eggs, meat, home baking and meals and lots of other local produce. Go on - give your taste buds a treat.
Take pleasure in food direct from the farm that tastes the way food used to taste.
You can have a box of fresh goodies awaiting you on your arrival.
The cottages are only a few miles from the banks of Loch Lomond and are ideally suited to exploring Central Scotland. There are some stunning drives in the Trossachs and up towards the forests of Argyll. If you prefer some more urban pursuits Stirling and Glasgow are only a 30 minute drive away, Edinburgh and Perth an hour.
Locally there are excellent opportunities for walking, sight seeing, cycling & mountain biking, pony trekking, fishing, golf and lots more. Please see our Information page for more. The immediate area also offers a wide range of amenities.
Our cottages have been tastefully furnished with everything to make your stay relaxing. The private gardens mean that you can enjoy the beautiful countryside without having to move.
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Things to see and do in Glasgow
As an active Christian congregation of the Church of Scotland, within the Presbytery of Glasgow, the Cathedral always has a number of events running. We aim to publicise these and encourage your attendance and participation wherever possible. With a wealth of musical and vocal talent and ability, we are blessed with many fine recitals during the year. There are also Summer Music Recitals and a Winter Lecture Series held within the Cathedral every year. Details of these will be given as far in advance as possible.
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
Kelvingrove is a very special museum. For generations of people from Glasgow and the surrounding neighbourhoods, it has a deep, personal significance linked with every stage of their lives. Visits to ‘the art galleries’ are highlights of childhood memories; many people did their courting there; parenthood and grandparenthood see the cycle begin again. Visitors develop favourites, which, like old friends, they drop in to see whenever they get a chance. And although everyone thinks their cherished local institution is special, the sense of Kelvingrove’s uniqueness is backed up by facts – it is the largest civic museum and art gallery in the UK, with collections of international importance. Prior to closure, Kelvingrove’s annual total of one million visits made it in absolute terms the most-visited museum in Scotland, and the sixth most-visited museum in Britain. Along with the quality of the collections and the scale of the building, this sense of local ownership made the task of renewing the museum a heavy responsibility. This huge undertaking involved staff from right across the Council.
Glasgow Science Centre
Glasgow Science Centre is one of Scotland's must-see visitor attractions - presenting concepts of science and technology in unique and inspiring ways. Glasgow Science Centre is an independent Scottish Charity (SCO30809) the aims of which are: To develop and enhance awareness of educational opportunities surrounding current and future health, science and technology issues; To be a socially inclusive and accessible visitor Centre of Excellence; To extend all opportunities within the Glasgow Science Centre to as many people as possible, particularly addressing the needs of people of all ages who are socially, cognitively or physically challenged.
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The Green is by far the oldest of the city's parks. It is situated within walking distance of the city centre east of the Saltmarket. It is currently undergoing a renaissance with major investment through the Lottery Heritage Fund providing a catalyst for the redevelopment of the local neighbourhood.
Gallery of Modern Art
GoMA is the second most visited contemporary art gallery outside London. It offers a thought-provoking programme of temporary exhibitions and workshops. GoMA displays work by local and international artists. It also addresses contemporary social issues through its major biannual projects. The Gallery of Modern Art opened in 1996 and is housed in an elegant, neo-classical building in the heart of Glasgow city centre. The building was refurbished to house the city’s contemporary art collection, and is an appealing combination of old and new architecture. It incorporates a number of artists’ commissions.
The People's Palace is Glasgow's social history museum and a chance to see the story of the people and city of Glasgow from 1750 to the present. You can see paintings, prints and photographs displayed alongside a wealth of historic artefacts, film and computer interactives.
Glasgow City Chambers
The City Chambers in Glasgow, Scotland has functioned as the headquarters of Glasgow City Council since 1996, and of preceeding forms of civic government in the city since 1889, located on the eastern side of the city's George Square. The building was constructed between 1882 and 1888 by the architect William Young and is an eminent example of Victorian civic architecture. Inaugurated in August 1888 by Queen Victoria, the first council meeting was held within the buildings in October 1889. The building originally had an area of 5016 square metres. In 1923, an extension to the east side of the building in John Street was opened and in 1984 Exchange House in George Street was completed, increasing the size of the City Chambers complex to some 14,000 square metres.
The Lighthouse, Scotland's first, dedicated, national centre for architecture and design, was opened by HM Queen Elizabeth in July 1999. The Lighthouse is the renamed £13 million ($20 million) conversion of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's 1895 Glasgow Herald newspaper office. The centre's vision is to develop the links between art, design and architecture, seeing these as interconnected social, educational, economic and cultural issues of concern to everyone.
At Provand's Lordship you can step back into Glasgow's past in the only house to survive from the medieval city. Now open to the public, Provand's Lordship has been extensively restored to give a real flavour of life in medieval Glasgow. The house was built in 1471 as part of St Nicholas's Hospital by Andrew Muirhead, Bishop of Glasgow, and you can still see the bishop's coat of arms on the eastern side of the south gable.
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