Old Leckie Farmstay offers a unique mix of a little piece of luxury right in the heart of a working family farm.
Housed within the old Coachman’s quarters in an 18C A-Listed Steading this 3 bedroomed self catering accommodation is furnished to a very high standard giving visitors a warm, comfortable base from which to explore this scenic area. Old Leckie Farm provides a beautiful backdrop to your holiday – combining the bustle of a family farm hosting cows, sheep, chickens, pigs and small children with century old trees , hidden bridges and waterfalls.
Close to Stirling, Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and some of the top visitor destinations (Blairdrummond Safari Park, Falkirk Wheel) you can do an awful lot without having to drive very far. If you are happy to head about a bit further then daytrips to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Glen Coe are all easily do-able.
The accommodation has 2 double rooms with kingsize beds and a twin room (double on request) furnished with comfortable beds, down filled duvets and Egyptian cotton sheets. Our kitchen /living room is well appointed with everything you could need. A large family bathroom boasts a huge walk in shower, and roll top bath to unwind in, and there is a separate toilet to avoid any queues!
The accommodation is heated by our renewable BioMass Boiler keeping you warm and toasty whilst environmentally happy, and plenty logs are available for the wood burning stove in the living room to keep you toasty.
Families are welcome at Old Leckie Farmstay. As parents of 3 young girls we know what it’s like to know you are welcome – and you are! A bath for bedtime routines, travel cots and high chairs for little ones and plenty of kids books and toys.
Well appointed Family Friendly self catering accommodation, over 2 floors, can sleep upto 6 adults and comprises:
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“We felt so at home as a family - there was a lovely wood-burning stove for cosy nights in, and plenty of books to read. We also toasted marshmallows on the firepit outside. Had a tour of the farm on the quad bike and our kids fed some of the animals. We can't wait to return. We have travelled a lot and this is one of our favourite places we have ever stayed!!
We were able to explore the wonderful hidden gems on the farm such as the waterfalls and the ruins of a mill as well as give the boys their first experience of building a bonfire."
Kate, Eastbourne, May 2015
"One of the most enjoyable family breaks that we have had for a long time. Alison, Fergus & Family provided everything from a warm arrival at Old Lecki Farm, to ensuring that all our needs where catered for and made themselves available through out the week to advise on day trips and excursions in the area"