The Gardener’s Cottage is located in the small town of Dunblane in the council area of Stirling in central Scotland. Dunblane is a picturesque village at the foot of the Highlands and is located 7 miles from the historic city of Stirling. The city of Stirling is home to Stirling Castle and The Wallace Monument. The cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow are within 30 miles and are easily accessed from our holiday rental via train from the town centre.
We stayed at this wonderful short-term rental for a week and enjoyed every minute of our time here and in the surrounding areas! The owners take exceptional care of both the property and guests. I can not recommend the Gardener’s Cottage more highly. A pure delight.
The lovely attention to detail and style of the refurbishment. Very comfortable and every need anticipated e.g. matches to light the wood burner. The setting was relaxing and ideal for accessing the Glen trail with my dog. A big thank you.
Absolutely stunning inside and out.
Clean, spacious, well equipped, excellent location, high-end finish, quiet, private, not overlooked.
The cottage was immaculate and had everything we needed for an enjoyable weekend.
Our host, Debbie, had thought of everything. She met us to check In and lived close by if we needed her. The cottage was stunning in a lovely quiet area.
This is a stylish, modern, beautifully decorated cottage in a great location.
Thank you for our very enjoyable stay at The Gardener’s Cottage. The crowning glory being the log burner!
C, L, M + H
Very enjoyable stay in a lovely, well equipped cottage.
A, D, L + A
A wonderful stay in the gorgeous warmth and peace of The Gardener’s Cottage. Loved it all! This is a super, super place!
R + P
We were delighted the minute we walked through the door at The Gardener’s Cottage. It’s been really thoughtfully put together and has a quality feel throughout. We’ll be back!
Beautiful cottage in a beautiful setting. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay.
What a fabulous stay! Furnished to a high standard and spotlessly clean. Couldn’t ask for more.