This outstanding holiday home has a lovely and welcoming reception hall, a bay windowed drawing room with a feature fireplace, a bay-windowed dining room with period style feature fireplace and ample seating and dining space for 9 people.

Higginsneuk lies close to the Clackmannanshire Bridge with views towards the Ochil Hills.
The incredibly sunny sitting room with bay window and French doors gives access to extensive decking and garden and offers simply stunning views of Ben Ledi and beyond. This room also boasts a wood-burning stove for cosy winter nights.

The traditional kitchen has excellent storage, a Belfast sink and a table and chairs for 4 people so you can relax and chat while cooking. The downstairs bathroom has a modern three-piece suite with an over-bath shower which can be shared with the 2 downstairs bedrooms ( one with bunk beds, the other being a king-size bed). The upper landing is of generous proportions and offers excellent views and access to the second bathroom which has an over bath shower, low-level WC and wash hand basin. On this floor, there are an additional three bedrooms: the king-size master has an in-built walk-in dressing room and en suite shower facilities and the views offered from this room are incredible, a single bedroom and the final bedroom -which offers the flexibility of having zip and link narrow width single beds ( best suited for children) which zip and link together to form a king size bed.

This property offers fantastic views across the Carse of Stirling and beyond and sits within well-tended mature gardens.
Kippen lies in a commanding position on the slopes of the Gargunnock Hills with extensive views to the north to the mountains beyond Callander.

Kippen a small interesting Scottish village nestling between the Gargunnock and Fintry hills and overlooking the valley of the River Forth. The village of Kippen commands enviable views over some of Scotland’s finest scenery. Kippen and the nearby Kippen Muir are steeped in some of Scotland’s most colourful history.

The name Kippen probably comes from the Gaelic (indigenous language of the Scots) word An Ceapan meaning place of the little stump or outcrop or block. This refers to the geological nature of the village of Kippen as it sits on an outcrop of the Gargunnock Hills.

Despite its small size, the village boasts some wonderful cafes and restaurants : The Inn at Kippen, the Woodhouse, The Cross Keys and Rhubarb Lime to name but a few.