History of Coppice House
Coppice House was built in 1875, some years after the opening of the Glasgow to Callander railway line, for the family of a Glasgow doctor, and was originally intended as the family’s summer residence. The house maintains many of the original fine Victorian features such as elaborate plaster work, high ceilings, and sash and case windows, and is distinguished by its fine central turret.
Coppice House has central heating throughout, making it comfortable even in the depths of the Scottish winter. The House is open to guests all year. In addition to five ensuite bedrooms we have a beautifully appointed breakfast room with a comfortable lounge area for the exclusive use of our guests. Walkers, cyclists and bikers are all welcome. We have hose-down facilities for machines, and drying facilities for wet clothing. There is ample off road parking at the front and secure storage for cycles.
We can also provide a cot and highchair for our younger guests.
The breakfast room and lounge area has a wonderful outlook directly onto Callander Meadows and Ben Gullipen, at the beginning of The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
You can check in to Coppice House between 3pm and 7pm, and we ask that you check out by 10.30am
The breakfast room is the largest public room where our guests are served fresh, local produce, and a beautiful lounge area with bay window provides a restful and comfortable sitting area.