Self catering holiday cottages in Old Kilpatrick, Dunbartonshire, Scotland

With a scenic setting by the River Clyde and the Kilpatrick Hills, the welcoming village of Old Kilpatrick in West Dunbartonshire is set next to tranquil unspoilt Scottish countryside and could be a great place for a country cottage holiday.  

Advice on Cottage Holidays in Old Kilpatrick

Whether you're holidaying as a couple, with friends or family there is plenty to interest visitors in unspoilt Dunbartonshire.

Top Things to See and Do on a Self-Catering Holiday in Old Kilpatrick

•    Keen hikers and walkers will want to enjoy discovering the Kilpatrick Hills.  Climb high enough and you can take in fantastic views over the River Clyde and out towards Glasgow.  You may even be able to see Loch Lomond on a clear day.  This is also a popular place to bike ride and wildlife watch.

•    More unspoilt landscapes and outdoor pursuits can be found at the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, just 9 miles from Old Kilpatrick.  Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park is one of Scotland’s most special and beautiful landscapes encompassing glens, lochs and high hills.

•    For a complete change of scene, you may want to experience the bright lights of the city and enjoy dining out, shopping or cultural attractions in the city of Glasgow.  Regular trains run from Kilpatrick in to Glasgow and only take around 30 minutes.
Whether you’re dreaming of a tranquil cottage holiday for two or a big group getaway, you can really relax in Dunbartonshire, with the added benefit of the attractions of Glasgow close by.  We trust that you’ll have an enjoyable time on a self-catering break in or near to Old Kilpatrick, Dunbartonshire

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