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Things to do around Balquhidder Mhor Lodges - Balquhidder
Both a glen and village, Balquhidder is located west of the A84, between Strathyre and Lochearnhead. The kirkton or village lies at the head of Loch Voil and has the remains of a number of pre-historic sites including a stone circle, the Puidrac Stone, and a Neolithic burial chamber cairn to the east. The glen extends 12 miles west passing Loch Voil and Loch Doine before the road ends with a public car park. Balquhidder in Scottish Gaelic is Both Chuidir or Both Phuidir meaning the hut of ‘Cuid...
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Defender Jam 2018 @ Monachyle Mhor
#DefenderJam is an annual family festival set in the stunning backdrop of Monachyle Mhor, Balquhidder, near Callander. The idea behind this is to bring together like-minded people who like Land Rovers, good food and drink and a fun and sociable day that the whole family will enjoy. The venue is just 20 minutes drive from Balquhidder Mhor Lodges.
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Glorious sunset tonight over Balquhidder Mhor Lodges
Another brilliantly sunny day today at Balquhidder Mhor.....followed by a lovely sunset :)
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Lochearnhead Watersports Centre - Why wouldn't you...so much fun!
Lochearnhead has a new Watersports Centre close to Balquhidder Mhor Lodges. Whether you fancy wake boarding, paddle boarding, water skiing, kayaking or simply being towed around on the banana, take a look at this new facility!
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A fiesta of Foxgloves around Balquhidder Mhor Lodges
So after our Bluebells in May, we now have a fiesta of Foxgloves along the paths and walks around Balquhidder Mhor Lodges...what a beautiful sight to enjoy this summer. Did you know they are used to create a drug to treat heart disease...but don't eat them...they are poisonous!
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