Built from the local pudding stone in 1875, Annfield is a fine example of a traditional, Victorian home. Tastefully updated to suit modern standards of living, many original features such as the high ceilings and elaborate plaster work have been retained, giving Annfield an atmosphere of peace and tranquillity.
David and Alison pride themselves on helping guests enjoy their stay. Helpful advice about the area and its many attractions is always readily available.
Annfield is situated in a quiet area near the town centre, but seconds away from the beautiful Queen Elizabeth Forest Park. The Bracklinn Falls and many wonderful woodland walks are easily accessible from the doorstep.
There is off-street parking for all guests’ vehicles, secure storage for cycles and drying facilities for wet clothing.
Within a short walk there is a great choice of restaurants and pubs offering a wide variety of styles and cuisines. Further afield there are numerous interesting places to eat and drink just a short drive away.
A number of the pubs also hold live music nights where you can enjoy traditional Scottish folk music or great quality live bands/singers playing regularly. Callander also hosts an annual Jazz and Blues Festival in October.
For guests wanting to explore the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, Annfield is a perfect base. For those wishing to go further afield, it is also the ideal place to start your tour of the Highlands and Islands.