A July 2003 trip
to Aberfoyle by Golfer Julie
Quote: Enjoy the countryside of Scotland!
The grocery store in Aberfoyle was not much; shop in Stirling. There were restaurants in Loc Lomond 20 minutes from Aberfoyle. Take the train from Stirling to Edinburgh to see the sights. The double bus tour was wonderful, shopping along the "Mile" was nice and the castle was great. There is also a neat underground tour in Edinburough. Aberfoyle was full of "no see ‘em" bugs biting at this time of year so take the "Skin So Soft" by Avon. The evening ghost hike was ruined by the bugs. The tour of the distillery was very interesting but it was not in production at this time because they give all the staff a vacation. The local people who worked at the resort were very helpful as well as the Aberfoyly Visitors’ Center. I would suggest a timeshare on the coast closer to the St. Andrews area instead. The drive up that coastline was very pretty and being closer to Edinburgh was better as Glasgow was too commercial rather than a tourist town. The Kilconquer Timeshare was great and nicely located.
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