You’ll find Callander on the UK map about 15 miles north west of Stirling on the edge of the highlands of Scotland at the Southern end of the Pass of Leny. Ben Ledi, the most southern of the highland Bens, looks down on Callander from a distance of about 2 miles.
Annfield is located in the centre of Callander in a conservation area a minute’s walk away from the bustling main street. Set in lovely gardens, Annfield is an oasis of peace and quiet.
From this central location you can enjoy a number of local walks and cycle rides of varying lengths and degree of difficulty.
Cyclists have miles of cycle routes through beautiful countryside to explore and mountain bikes and road bikes can be hired locally at very reasonable rates.
Fishing permits for salmon and trout fishing on the Teith and Leny can be obtained in Callander and boats can be hired on the nearby Loch Venacher for a spot of coarse fishing. Fly fishing from a boat in the Lake of Menteith is also available just a few miles away.
As you can see from our location, Annfield is perfectly located for all that Callander and the Trossachs has to offer.