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.
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
Exploring the area
The cottages are situated in extensive garden and woodlands grounds which guests are welcome to walk in. You can access the Campsie hills direct from the woods for more extensive walks from the doorstep. 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 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.
“Cosy and comfortable”
25th July 2021 We went badger watching last night. Inspired by the photos of a guest, Lee Mills, who managed to capture some photos of badgers really close up while on a walk through the woods, we decided to go on a stake out. We had the essentials- midge head-nets, snacks and a picnic blanketContinue reading “Badgers!”
5th June 2021 I have a troublesome relationship with rhododendrons. On the one hand Rhododenron ponticum is a highly invasive species that is a particular menace to Scotland’s rare habitats, particularly the west coast’s Atlantic oak woodlands. And on the other hand they are absolutely stunning when in full bloom. But it’s not just theContinue reading “Rhododendrons”
10th May 2021 The bluebells are looking absolutely astounding this week. The ground is so densely covered with them we had to walk really carefully to get these photos. The wood sorrel is also flowering – also called the Alleluia flower because it flowers between Easter and Pentecost…. which I suppose is about this timeContinue reading “An Ocean of Bluebells”
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