ABOUT OUR BED AND BREAKFAST
We have five comfortable guest rooms furnished with antiques, fine quality fabrics and beautiful wall coverings.
The dining room, with its vaulted ceiling and massive open fireplace, is a focal point and a worthy setting for the superb Scottish breakfasts on offer.
You'll find the lounge is the perfect place to relax and enjoy working your way through the extensive list of malts from the bar.
Wherever possible, we use locally sourced products for our breakfasts.
All our meats are produced and supplied by award winning butcher David Comrie & Sons of Comrie. Other award winning products include Kenmore Oatcakes and the locally made natural yoghurt.
Situated in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, in the heart of Rob Roy country, Creagan House is ideally located for walking, cycling and sightseeing. With direct access to Strathyre Forest, you're only minutes away from the beauty of woodland, waterfalls and wildlife.
Andy is Scottish by descent but was born and raised in England. He is a keen golfer and along with his wife Kerry enjoys a spot of skiing in the winter months. Kerry enjoys horse riding, walking their dog Preia and supporting her hometown rugby league team, Hull Kingston Rovers.
They were married at Auchen Castle near Moffat in 2014 and spent the next four years searching for their dream home. In August 2018, that dream was realised when they became the owners of Creagan House and were able to move from Yorkshire to begin their new life here in Scotland.
Andy is the person you’ll see front of house each morning, whilst Kerry is responsible for those amazing traditional Scottish breakfasts and the lovely shortbread biscuits you’ll find in your bedroom.
Breakfast is served in the dining room at Creagan House. In an evening, there are several places to eat within easy walking or a short driving distance.
Andy and Kerry will be happy to make recommendations and book tables on your behalf - simply contact them before your arrival to discuss the options that are available to you.
WHAT TO SEE AND DO
The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park offers some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world, yet is within an hour or so of Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Direct from Creagan House, you can climb Ben Shian (Hill of the Fairies). You can cycle along the traffic-free NCN7, or walk the Rob Roy Way. Nearby, for more of a challenge, there are several Munros to bag.