Quirky former trailer converted into a cosy space with an outdoor tub and views across the Stirlingshire countryside.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
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Cute and quirky, this former military tank recovery unit has been converted into a cosy bedroom with fabulous amenities and wonderful views across the Stirlingshire countryside. Sitting at the end of a driveway, overlooking sheep grazing in pastures, the Wee Trailer offers luxury and romance to couples seeking to unwind in nature.
The Wee Trailer, its separate kitchen pod and the bathroom are connected by a large deck and wooden walkway which stretches around the units.
The luxurious bathroom has metro tiling and a large walk-in shower where guests can wash away muddy hikes with Aesop toiletries before towelling off with one of the large white fluffy bath towels and slipping into a bath robe.
Of course, if it's a soak that's required, sink into the outside bath which sits on the deck. Slide into the warm bubbly water, sip a glass of fizz and take in the magical scenery.
Elsewhere on the deck, there is a comfy seating area which is perfect for morning coffee watching the world wake-up and a bistro set where guests can tuck into romantic suppers while the sun goes down.
When bedtime beckons, the snuggly double bed is surrounded by windows offering continual views of the landscape but the trailer's private location ensures total seclusion. A large shelf sits to the side, offering storage space for belongings and sheepskin rugs on the floor keep toes cosy. The bed has a lovely padded head board incorporated into the side of the trailer, this comfy modification comes in handy when sipping your morning coffee in bed while watching the sheep graze beyond.
For lovely brunches, order a breakfast hamper from the owner and enjoy alfresco eggs and bacon. The small separate kitchen has all the basic equipment required to cook simple meals and there are many great pubs and restaurants to try, should the chef need a night off.
The Inn and The Cross Keys, both in nearby Kippen, are well-recommended for pub grub while for something a little fancier try NICK’S at Lake of Menteith, and The Boat House at Cameron House, Ballochneck.
There are plenty of activities to enjoy on the estate, from trout fishing to clay pigeon shooting, while famous Loch Lomond is a short drive away. There are many hiking and biking trails to explore, as well as watersports experiences.
Mid Week and Low Season - £150 per night.
Weekends and High Season - £175 per night.
Minimum 2 night stay.
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