Callander is a small town situated on the banks of the River Teith in the Scottish region of Stirling. A dream spot for outdoor enthusiasts, it is close to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. Book a bed and breakfast in Callander and prepare to immserse yourself in the great Scottish outdoors.
Known as a Gateway to the Highlands, Callander is an area visited by many active travellers keen to explore the giant natural playground that the surrounding area is. Use your Callander b and b as a base for exploing the Lochs, where you can take in the interesting flora and fauna and the spectacular scenery. Loch Lomonds and the Trossach National Park are world renowned for their beauty and spectacular landscapes and everyone should visit the area at least once in their lifetime.
If you look for opportunities to go walking cycling, sailing and more when choosing a cheap bed and breakfast Callander might just be your new favourite destination. It's a haven for outdoor sports. Go kayaking on Loch Voil, climb the local peaks and trek through the woodlands. Take in the sweeping views from the greens as you enjoy a round of golf at Callander Golf Club. Walkers will delight in the wide variety of nearby easy, medium and difficult walks to suit such as the Bracklinn Falls Bridge walk and Callander Crags. You can also rent a bike and follow the cycle path at Leny Falls.
The town itself also has much to offer when you need to recuperate after wearing yourself out with your strenuous activities. Each year in September, the Jazz and Blues Festival draws crowds to the town and this is a great time to book yourself into a B&B in Callander. The Hamilton Toy Collection in the centre of town is a museum and collectors shop filled with toys from the last 100 years, which may interest the kids if you've booked a family friendly break. One sight that is most definitely for adults only is the Scottish Real Ale Shop, where you can sample local ales and even plan a visit for the annual beer festival.
The area is also filled with cosy country inns and decent restaurants where you can spend your nights relaxing over a wee dram of Scottish whisky. If you have yet to discover tteh charms of the Scottish Highlands do it now. Callander is a great place to start.