Where the Scottish Highlands meet the Lowlands in the Heart of Rob Roy Country, Callander is the main town in The Trossachs and the Eastern gateway to The Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, named the top National Park in Britain by National Geographic Traveller Magazine.
When you visit Callander you will find our central location is the perfect base for experiencing the true spirit of Scotland. There are lochs, bens, glens, rivers, waterfalls, and forests all within a short distance of Callander’s bustling main street.
To the North West of Callander, Ben Ledi dominates the landscape and introduces the traveller to the Highlands – South West towards Aberfoyle, Loch Katrine and beyond, the outstanding natural beauty of The Trossachs illustrates why Callander is such a popular destination for walkers, cyclists and outdoor enthusiasts. Loch Lomond is also within easy reach to enjoy a days sightseeing.
Steeped in history, the area was home to the famous outlaw, Rob Roy McGregor, and the beautiful scenery inspired Sir Walter Scott to write his epic poem, The Lady Of The Lake. Jules Verne also took inspiration from Loch Katrine to write the novel "The Underground City".
Callander has a superb range of visitor accommodation ranging from budget to luxury boutique. Visit Destination Callander's "Where to Stay" page to find your perfect B&B, Guest House or Hotel. It's quick and easy to check availability and book your holiday accommodation online at the best direct booking prices on Destination Callander, Scotland's outdoor playground.