About Gargunnock House
The house is the centrepiece of the Estate bearing the same name. Two thousand acres of farm and moorland surround the house on all sides providing a quiet peaceful haven in Stirlingshire, the very centre of Scotland.
Gargunnock, built during the 16th and 17th centuries has in recent years been sympathetically and extensively restored. Whilst approaching the house along the drive one experiences the grandeur and ambience of a 300 year old house, you will find that within the walls the georgian and victorian interiors have been blended with all the amenities and comforts necessary for its occupation in the 21st century.
Parkland, formal gardens, rhododendron and azalea studded woodlands, a walled garden, a doocot and hundreds of mature and rare trees surround the house.
Stay at Gargunnock House
In recent years Gargunnock House has been let out to guests from all over the world by the Landmark Trust. Suitable for large parties the four double bedrooms, four twin bedrooms and 5 bathrooms allow 16 people to sleep comfortably in the house. The fully fitted kitchen has an electric cooker, two dishwashers, two fridges and a full complement of cooking utensils crockery, cutlery and glass.