Bed and Breakfast in Loch Lomond B&B in Scotland at Westerton Guest House


Useful Maps in and around Callander
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How to find Westerton
Bed and Breakfast in Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park

Try the active map for local information or the 'Scenic Drives' page for suggested outings in the car

From the south, and Edinburgh, leave the M9 at Junction 10, signed Crianlarich, then 14 miles passing Doune to Callander

From Perth and north-east, leave A9 at M9 roundabout taking the B824 to Doune then right at A84 - 8 miles to Callander

From Loch Lomond, Balloch and Dumbarton, take A811 to outskirts of Stirling at the castle. Left at mini roundabout, follow taking all left exits until sign for Perth, Crianlarich and the north. Follow Crianlarich - A84 15 miles to Callander.

From St Andrews and Fife, A994 from Dumfermline then A985 to Kincardine. Cross Kincardine Bridge, joining M9 to leave at Jcn 10 on A84 - 15 mile to Callander passing Doune.



To find Westerton at Callander

From Stirling, take the A84 (Callander and Crianlarich), pass through Doune and enter Callander.
Continue through Callander and pass the Dreadnought hotel on the right. Continue along Leny Road, past the pedestrian crossing lights and watch for Westerton and our sign on the left shortly thereafter.

From the north, enter Callander on the A84 and opposite the second road on your left, look for our sign on the right



The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park

If your computer has 'tooltips' enabled, move your mouse over the items on the map for brief information

The map shows the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National park apart from the area between Loch Long and Strachur on Loch Fyne.


The mountains ( )shown are all popular climbs which can be tackled by most reasonably fit walkers with suitable footwear and clothing. (Not all suitable in winter unless experienced)


The symbols represent excellent viewpoints accessible by car.


The red dotted line ...... passing Loch Lomond's eastern shore represents the southern portion of the West Highland Way long distance path.

Move your mouse over symbols or text for information Loch Dochart Castle 'Westerton' Bed & Breakfast. Rob Roy Story, Callander Crags, Walks, Callander Meadows. Shops and cafes. See 'Things to do' page Train to Mallaig, Ben Nevis, Aonach Mor Cablecar Rob Roy's Grave and views of Loch Voil. Kirkton Glen walk, Crianlarich mountain range access Access to west highland way (Ferry) Loch views and Inveruglass castle (no access). Ferry to Inversnaid Arrochar Alps, 'the Cobbler' Tarbet Castle (on island) Ben Lomond Views, West highland Way, Ben Lomond access. Ferry pier. location for 'Tak the High Road' - Luss. Ferry pier views Watersports, Conic Hill walk Steamer pier for SS Sir Walter Scott Steamer, walks cycling, views Ben A'an - fairly easy mountain with spectacular views Ben Venue Glenvfinglas walks, Brig o Turk tearoom Fishing from boats. Views. Woodland walks on south shore. Ben Gullipen walks and viewpoints Duke's Pass and Queen Elizabeth forest park centre Scottish Wool Centre and Fairy hill story of Rev. Kirk. Mortegards Rainbow trout fishing by boat only. Islands, watersports, fishing access to east loch road Shops, Drumkinnan tower. Ben Ledi - Callander's mountain views, ferry to Inveruglass Ben Shian Ben Lawers Falls of Dochart, MacNab Graveyard, Finlarig Castle, Loch Tay Dochart Falls views views to Tarmachan mountains and Ben Lawers. Views of GlenOgle  and old Viaduct Ferry to Mull & Iona. Sea views West Highland railway line to Oban & Fort William Ben More 3,840 ft Stobinian Watersports Edinample Castle Ben Vorlich Stuc a Chroin Access to footpath & cycleway Splendid views from road and several well placed lay-bys views to Inversnaid and Ben Lomond Glengyle - birthplace of Rob Roy MacGregor Breadalbane - the 'high lands of Alba' was owned by the powerful and ruthless Campbell Clan The head of Balquhidder Glen was where Rob Roy spent most of his life  at Inverlochlarig The Rob Roy Way starts at Drymen and continues with various detours to Pitlochry - just out of this map to the east - click for website
Telephone: Dialling from within the UK:  01877 330147
Dialling from outside the UK : 0044 1877 330147
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Writing to: Westerton, Leny Rd, Callander. FK17 8AJ


Welcome to Callander B&B at Westerton
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