Cosy cottages in a rural woodland setting within easy reach of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Stirling
The Lodge sleeps 5 in two double rooms and a single. It has a double height living area with woodburner and outside seating area.
The Roundhouse sleeps 4 and was built in 2018 giving a unique space with two bedrooms and an open-plan living area with woodburner.
The Pavilion has the living area upstairs with a sunny balcony, woodburner and large windows in the south and views to the Campsie hills. A double and twin bedroom are downstairs.
***** “Brilliant Position”
***** “Gorgeous views”
***** “Cosy and Comfortable”
Exploring the area
The cottages are situated in extensive garden and woodlands grounds which guests are welcome to walk in. The local area is fantastic for walks and is completely steeped in history. The towpath on the Forth & Clyde canal is only 2 miles away which is ideal for cycle day-trips and connects with the Falkirk Wheel and the Kelpies. For day-trips it is a half-hour drive to the Trossachs and Loch Lomond and the cities of Glasgow Edinburgh and Stirling are all within very easy reach. The station is around 10 minutes away and trains every half-hour run to Glasgow (in 20 mins) and Edinburgh (in 30 mins)
Getting to us
Upper Woodburn, G66 8AN is 20 minutes’ drive north of Glasgow at the foot of the Campsie Hills.
There is a bus stop at the end of the drive on the half-hourly 89 bus route from Buchanan Street Bus station in Central Glasgow. Croy station on the Edinburgh-Glasgow train line is a 15 minute taxi ride away.
I don’t usually bother to leave reviews but we were so impressed I feel compelled to. A great little house in a fabulous location.
“Cosy and comfortable”
The Pavilion was a lovey cosy place to stay with spectacular views over the Campsie hills. We had a brilliant stay.
Beautiful accommodation in a magical setting. Our young children absolutely loved it! Such a lovely place to stay.
These are reviews from our AirBnB listing but we’d be really grateful if you would like to review our cottages on google.
The latest news from Upper Woodburn
Summer is buzzing
It’s been a while since I wrote something for the blog and today seems a good day for it – with wildlife teeming in the woods on my walk today. I was heading up through the woods, on my way to take out a few Himalayan Balsam plants that survived the cull of last year…
We are delighted to be hosting an interdisciplinary residency organised by Dr Emily Doolittle, of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Emily is a Canadian composer and zoomusicologist. This retreat is for academics and artists from the Royal Conservatoire and St Andrews University (and their collaborators) but will be a pilot for future artist residencies at…
Build a Hut Week
—– Now Fully Booked —– Come and join us for a week with Cross Cut (a cooperative of women who design & build ecological, sustainable structures) taking part in a 5-day supported hut build. We’ll be learning as we construct a small, off-grid, timber-framed hut. We’re building an insulated wooden hut on the site of…
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Welcome to Upper Woodburn
We can’t wait to meet you
to a woodland haven within reach of city life
right from the doorstep
with family and friends in three cottages
by the fire after a walk in the woods