£110 weekend

This delightful one bedroom 18th Century cottage is geared for the perfect holiday retreat….

  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 2 Guests

Property Details

Location - every convenience just minutes away

The is no doubt you will be seduced by the charm of Captain's House.

The property is situated within a conservation area in Airth and enjoys views to the Ochil Hills.

Airth is a Royal Burgh, village, former trading port and civil parish in Falkirk, Scotland. It is 8 miles (13 kilometres) north of Falkirk town and sits on the banks of the River Forth. Airth lies on the A905 road between Grangemouth and Stirling and is overlooked by Airth Castle, the village retains two market crosses and a small number of historic houses.

In July of each year it hosts a traditional Scottish Highland Games.

Accommodation - simple pleasures of cottage-style living

On entering charming cottage, immediate attention is drawn to the warm and relaxed feel - it’s a cozy place to spend a few nights away from the hustle and bustle.  Sleek and practical interiors with hints of rustic charm.  Generous and calming spaces this home captures the essence of its rural location.

The floor plan encompasses – a modern kitchen which integrates functionality and style – a living and dining area which has been designed to suit all occasions from entertaining guests to relaxing after the day’s activities. A master bedroom is an oasis of peace and relaxation  and the classically white bathroom appeals with clean, clear lines and a crisp ambience


There is a small garden with a BBQ and on street parking

A piece of History

The Captains house was part of the Medieval village of Airth.  In the 18th Century when Airth developed rapidly as a sea port. The property is now divided into upper and lower flats and is B Listed allowing for many traditional features to remain.

Close to Edinburgh , Glasgow, Fife – 30 minutes

What to see?  History – Modern Engineering - Art

Airth Castle Hotel & Spa is nestled in beautiful, secluded parkland in the heart of the Stirlingshire.  The main hotel is entered through a converted stable block, in a pretty courtyard, adjacent to the original 14th Century Castle, which was once owned by the family of Robert the Bruce.  The hotel features 125 rooms, including 22 rooms & suites in the original Castle, a Grill Room & Piano Bar and Leisure Club & Spa.

The Dunmore Pineapple, a folly ranked "as the most bizarre building in Scotland", stands in Dunmore Park. The Pineapple presides over an immense walled garden. This, in the Scottish tradition, was built some distance from the house, to take advantage of a south-facing slope. The Pineapple and its surroundings are owned by the National Trust for Scotland; the Landmark Trust took a long lease in 1973 and restored all the buildings and the walled garden, which is now open to the public through the NTS. At the back, where the ground level is higher, is a private garden for visitors, with steps leading into the elegant room inside the Pineapple itself.

Falkirk Wheel - connects the Union Canal with the Forth and Clyde Canal via a fantastic piece of engineering – the world’s only rotating boat lift. Boat trips are run from the visitor centre and there is a café.

Kelpies - just down the Forth and Clyde Canal are the Kelpies, the 100ft-high Andy Scott sculptures.

What to do? Walk – Boat – Cycle - Fishing

Whether you are looking for a pleasant place for a short stroll, a more energetic walk or even a long distance challenge, the Forth & Clyde and Union Canal towpaths offer a great choice of canal walks, cycle paths and boating.

The local area offers distinctive fishing opportunities and there are plenty of options whether you are looking for free fishing or to buy a licence.

House Rules - the finer details

  • No smoking
  • No pets
  • Maximum 2 people
  • Minimum stay 2 nights
  • No suitable for wheelchairs or people who have difficulty climbing stairs
  • Extra people: No Charge
  • Cleaning Fee: £45
  • Security Deposit: £150
  • Weekly Discount: 15%
  • Monthly Discount: 35%
  • Cancellation: Moderate
  • Weekend Price: £110 / night

For more information; prices and availability please contact Home Lettings Scotland


  • Check In: 4PM - 9PM
  • Check Out: 11AM
  • kitchen appliances
  • light filled interiors
  • one double bedroom
  • Property type: Apartment
  • Room type: Entire home/flat
  • TV
  • Wi-fi