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Dollar, Clackmannanshire, UK
Harviestoun Road Dollar Scotland FK14 7HF GB

Situated at the foot of the Ochil Hills, The Japanese Gardens Cowden is a beautiful picturesque place to visit.

There is also a nice tea room so you can pop in and have a nice cuppa and enjoy the delicious baking.

 

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Dollar, Clackmannanshire, UK 0 km

Campbell Cottage offers the very best in self-catering accommodation in Dollar, Clackmannanshire.  The holiday cottage is close to the centre of the village and is near to the shops and restaurants nearby.

The cottage sleeps 4/5 adults in comfort: there is a double room and a twin room, or it can be arranged as two twin rooms.  There is an enclosed kitchen, fully equipped with appliances and utensils; and a bathroom with an overhead power shower.

The cottage is tastefully decorated and furnished to a high quality, full equipped to ensure that your stay is comfortable.  The accommodation is all at the same level which is particularly important to anyone with impaired mobility.

The cottage has a spacious back garden with a patio area and a BBQ.

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SAS Adventures offer adventure activities and outdoor training across Scotland and at all levels; from the first experience days all the way up to instructor qualifications.

Based in central Scotland SAS Adventures runs courses, activities and holidays across the country so that we can make the most of the amazing landscapes that exist around us. SAS Adventures’ mobility means that they can also provide tailored training and courses for groups or individuals on request at locations to suit.

They offer a range of different activities such as mountain, water sports, cycling, land activities, DOFE, first aid & safety, instructor training, equipment hire.

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Stunning new Castle Apartment in award winning Dollarbeg Castle in Central Scotland. Castle located on beautifully landscaped grounds and country setting. Luxurious furnishings and fittings. Very convenient central location for visiting Braveheart country (Stirling Castle, Wallace Monument & Bannockburn) and other historic sites plus golfing, touring, walking/hiking and easy drive to Glasgow and Edinburgh.Two bedrooms incl one master-bedroom plus second small bedroom with two single beds.

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This fabulous castle apartment is perfect for a holiday and is in the ideal setting geographically being close to Gleneagles, Perth, Stirling and Edinburgh. Beautifully restored and refurbished, this delightful first floor apartment within this Victorian Castle, is set within immaculate grounds with outstanding views across to the Ochil Hills. Dollarbeg Castle is the perfect setting for a romantic week away or to be based centrally within Scotland to tour the region.

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Over one hundred years old, Dollar is typical of the Scottish village golf courses. Set out by Ben Sayers on the slopes of the Ochils it is unusual in that, dictated by the terrain, there are no bunkers. The signature hole is the Second which is only 97 yards long but it is a blind shot to an elevated green where failure to get up will likely cost you. A short course built before the days of modern technology it is, nevertheless, a fair challenge. Hilly and testing, every shot requires careful thought. A burn features on some seven holes, there are decisions to be made on the tee and every shot has to be played with terrain and the vagaries of Scottish weather in mind. Let those who want to play their target golf play it, this is the traditional variety!

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The exploration of the gorges of the Dollar Glen have been popular since Victorian times. The walk crosses many bridges, viewpoints and the impressive Castle Campbell and is a good walk to interest children although care should be taken in many places.

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This fine independent museum was set up in 1988 and occupies two floors of an early 19th century woollen mill and has permanent displays about the history of Dollar and its environs.

On the first floor is a reading and research room and on the second floor Dollar Museum has a temporary exhibition programme and new exhibitions that are updated regularly.

The main exhibition for 2018 is “The Dollar Community and the Great War”, marks 100 years since the end of the 1st world war. The second exhibition, The Bicentenary of Dollar Academy, celebrates the 200th anniversary of the founding of Dollar Academy in 1818. The third exhibition display celebrates 30 years of Dollar Museum. The museum which first opened in Easter 1988 in the old school house then moved up to the Castle Campbell hall.

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Chauffeur Services strive to provide an affordable chauffeur service without any compromise on professionalism and quality of service. The brand new 2016 Mercedes V-Class fleet is guaranteed to provide you with luxurious surroundings, perfect for any occasion.

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2 Castle Rd, Dollar FK14 7BE, UK 0.71 km

The Canyoning Company are driven by passion to give you the most authentic, memorable and unique canyoning adventure.

The team at The Canyoning Company have unmatched level of experience and knowledge to create a safe, fun and enjoyable experience.

Both Dollar Canyon and Alva Canyon have some incredible features. With jumps, natural water flumes and loads of waterfalls. Dollar Canyon is more suitable for beginners whereas Alva Canyon is for people who are fit, adventurous and looking for something more.

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With its idyllic setting on the banks of the River Devon, Dollar Lodge and Holiday Home Park offers the perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Nestled on the outskirts of Dollar, the park offers the perfect location for fishing, bird watching, hill-walking or golf. It’s also a great base for exploring the many attractions Central Scotland has to offer with Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling, St Andrews, Dundee, Perth, Loch Lomond and Gleneagles all within an hours drive.

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Discover the drama of this brooding medieval castle, set high above tree- covered ravines and plunging burns on the edge of the Ochil Hills. This was the lowland residence of the powerful Campbell dynasty, where the Protestant reformed came to preach and Mary Queen of Scots came to feast.

What to see and do:

  • Take in the location high above Dollar Glen – Castle Campbell is one of the most dramatically positioned castles in Scotland.
  • Step inside one of Scotland’s best-preserved tower houses, a structure built back in the 1400s.
  • Stroll down the loggia, an open walkway more often found in the warmer climates of Italy and Spain.
  • Explore the attractive terraced gardens where the Campbells could walk and enjoy spectacular views down the glen.
  • Spot ‘John Knox’s pulpit’ in the garden – said to be the site of a sermon given by the firebrand Protestant preacher in 1556.
  • View films about Scottish history made by local experts and enthusiasts from the Forth Valley.
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The height of luxury only 13 miles from Gleneagles Golf Course. Perfect Ryder Cup accommodation for those that appreciate the finer things in life.

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Kennels Cottage, Dollarbeg, FK14 7PA 2.31 km

Kennels Cottage, a former gamekeepers cottage, is a boutique style bed and breakfast, described as ‘Perfect’ by Alistair Sawdays Guide of Special places to stay. They offer five-star accommodation and service at bed and breakfast prices.

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