Leny Estate, the home of the Buchanan family for 1,000 years, is set in Leny park surrounded by acres of farmland in the Leny Hills, Kilmahog, just to the west of Callander. The area is renowned for its natural beauty especially The Trossachs as immortalised by Sir Walter Scott in his historical romances. Leny Estate is within the newly-created Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park. At this gateway to The Trossachs and the Park, the estate provides quiet, quality accommodation for the visitor to Scotland from which he or she can explore the area.
This highland estate contains a unique mixture of spacious, elegant, tranquil Bed & Breakfast accommodation in historic Leny House, a family run baronial country mansion in its own parkland; award-winning luxury self-catering lodges and cottages amongst the garden grounds; and its own estate pub and restaurant serving fine ales, mature malt whiskies and good, hearty food in traditional Scottish surroundings - and all with that warm, Scottish welcome.
So many leisure activities are available locally, including rambling, hill walking, game fishing, shooting, cycling, canoeing, pony trekking, water sports, photography, wildlife stalking and an abundance of castles, ancient monuments, museums, gardens, battlegrounds, places of special interest and leisure cruises on nearby Loch Katrine on the vintage steamer "Sir Walter Scott". Several whisky distilleries are close by to tempt the connoisseur. For a list of leisure activities click here.
Most of all Leny Estate can offer you excellent accommodation including Bed and Breakfast at Leny House or self-catering facilities at Leny Estate Cottages & Lodges. The Lade Inn offers a relaxing atmosphere in which to sample the splendid real ales or the extensive range of malt whiskies, and enjoy a delicious, appetising meal prepared from fresh local produce.