4 Star Bed and Breakfast accommodation, at Ewich House, Tyndrum, Crianlarich, Scotland, UK.
Ewich guest house has 5 bedrooms. We have three doubles two with kingsize beds one with double bed, one single and one twin. All our bedrooms are decorated in a fresh modern style with TV and Ipod docks.
We have updated our tariff for 2017. Our prices for each of our different rooms are available to browse by clicking the link below. Rooms only £40/night per person!
Welcome to Ewich House (from the Gaelic euich : the place of the calling)
New lower prices for Autumn/Winter 2017. Check our tariff page for details!
Ewich House is a guesthouse offering accommodation in Strathfillan, south of Tyndrum and north of Crianlarich, in a beautiful but accessible part of the Scottish Highlands that sits within the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.
The house dates from 1811 and is beautifully furnished and decorated throughout, with all the usual amenities you would expect of a modern B&B including free wi-fi in all rooms and public areas.. Set in 5 acres of gardens, Ewich has a peaceful location with fantastic views of the surrounding hills but is also conveniently situated to allow visitors to take full advantage of most of Scotland’s larger towns and cities as well as enjoying the many local attractions on offer.
The area is perfect if you enjoy hiking, munro bagging (there are 20 munro’s within 10 minutes of the house) climbing, golfing, canoeing, cycling or walking the famous West Highland Way. If you prefer something a little less strenuous then the area is also ideal for touring by car and motorcycle or you can simply sit, relax and enjoy the stunning views from the house and gardens which are open for your use all day.
We are open all year so if you need a place to stay that feels just like home, with lovely comfy rooms, breathtaking views, delicious breakfasts and a warm, friendly welcome….from us and the menagerie of animals….then look no further!
Please note…we will be closed from the 18nd December through till the 31st January for our own christmas and holiday