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Stirling and the surrounding countryside has some amazing areas to explore.   

The Ochil hills can be seen from the house and there are numerous paths to walk from easy to strenuous days out.  Climb Dumyat and see Stirling from above.

Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park is about 20 miles from here.   Explore beautiful lochs and hills on foot or by mountain bike.   Climb Ben Lomond or Ben An for amazing views of the area.

Go further north and explore the Tay Forest Park

Go east and walk the Fife Coastal Trail exploring pretty fishing villages such as Crail, Elie and Pittenweem.

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Dumyat Hill

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Loch Lomond and The Trossachs

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Fife Coastal Trail

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Ben A'an

Tay Forest Park

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Ravenswood Guest House was built in 1890 as a family home and has now been converted in to a four bedroom guest house offering bed and breakfast.

All rooms offer comfortable beds and en-suite facilities.

The house is located one mile from Stirling city centre which is easily accessible by bus, car or an easy walk over Old Stirling Bridge.

Stuart Wilson, the owner looks forward to welcoming you to stay in his home.

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