Thornhill sits in the heart of rural Stirlingshire 8 miles to the west of Stirling with spectacular views of Ben Ledi to the north, the Gargunnock Hills to the south and Ben Lomond to the west.
A 17th century 'planned village' , Thornhill is home to a population of around 500, the majority living in the village but with a strong farming community on it's boundary. The village has a thriving Primary School, shop, campsite and a hotel. The new Loch Lomond and Trossachs park is on the doorstep.
The city of Stirling is only 8miles to the east and the town of Callander just 6 miles to the north so Thornhill is a very central location for visiting the Trossachs.
Here are some of the local businesses and websites
Situated on the main street, the Lion and Unicorn has a public bar and a family restaurant seving great food
The village nerve centre! Robert stocks a great variety of groceries as well beers and wines.
Open 6:30am till 7pm weekdays, 6:30am till 8pm Fri and Sat and 5pm on Sundays.
See their Facebook Page
The Church od Scotland is situated at the east end of the village.
See the website for details and times of service.
Only 50 yeards from the hall you can sleep in a wigwam, caravan or a helicopter