I have stayed at The Studio several times, and this time, I stayed for the entire month of May.. It is a relaxing and peaceful place for exploring much of Scotland! Both Glasgow and Edinburgh are within an hour drive, and you are at the south edge of the Highlands as well. The Studio looks out onto the beautiful Scottish countryside and the three large windows in the sitting area allow you beautiful sunset views, and sits just outside the lovely and historic village of Dunblane.
The Studio is well appointed and quaint, with a quiet atmosphere and a gorgeous view, that provides you with a sense of peace and serenity. It is a great place for singles, or a couple to unwind in a relaxing atmosphere, with dozens of sites to see, if desired! I plan to return to The Studio regularly, and would highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys the comforts of a quiet country atmosphere, while having access to all cultural activities the cities have to offer.
For those of you who are Outlander fans- there are several filming sites worth note, and it is fun exploring the areas that have been utilized for the backdrop to the story! They are able to film in locations that are easily accessible by foot. From Sterling Castle to Doune Castle, to the place that Douglas took Claire to truly decide whether she was a witch, to the village of Culross, where many city scenes were done, to the village of Falkland and the battle of Culloden, where the infamous battle was was fought. A great class
Great spot for a getaway. And whether or not, the rain is often a factor but we’ve