Knockderry Castle is is considered one of the finest domestic interiors of its style in Scotland. The early house was designed by Alexander "Greek" Thomson with further additions by John Honeyman and William Leiper for John S Templeton, the carpet manufacturer from Glasgow. Leiper had also designed Templeton's carpet factory in Glasgow Green. Andrew Carnegie penned his offer of funding for branch libraries on 15 May 1901 in Knockderry castle.
Woodside is a stunning 1850s Victorian mansion. The beautifully renovated top floor apartment has two bedrooms and private bathroom. There is a seating area in the twin bedroom and fridge/microwave/coffee machine in the hallway. An ideal base for visiting the area or for a stop-over. Grounds are extensive and views are breathtaking. Loch Long shore is at the bottom of the garden and there is a kids play area. Easy access to Loch Lomond, Glasgow, Arrochar Alps, Faslane and Coulport Naval bases.
*Deep cleaned between each booking to ensure it is germ free!* With absolutely stunning views and idyllic sunsets I'm certain you'll be impressed with my home. Situated on the 1st floor of a stone built building, built circa 1860, it offers loads of character and an extremely relaxing and clean environment. I'd recommend taking a moment to read our reviews- we are extremely grateful and very proud of them all, we put a lot of work into making our home a perfect little getaway for our guests.