Nestled in the peaceful parish of Strathblane in Central Scotland below the towering, rolling Campsie Fells lies the Kirkhouse Inn, one of Strathblane's hidden gems.
Originally built in 1601 as a stables and tavern, the Kirkhouse Inn has undergone several transformations and has had it’s fair share of scandals and hidden treasures. There's even been the occasional sighting of a ghostly apparition lurking within the walls!
Having recently undergone refurbishment, the 15 bedroom Kirkhouse boasts a beautiful and contemporary decor with a unique dining experience – but still retains the atmosphere and feel only five centuries of history can give.
Once the scene of secret correspondence between King James VI of Scotland and Queen Elizabeth I of England that eventually led to the Union of the Crowns it's walls have seen many changes over the years, so why not come and discover this hidden gem for yourself?