Facilities Available within Killearn
Within the Village there is a Co-op, Chemist, Bank, Regular bus service to Stirling and Glasgow and Health Centre. Milingave (a twenty minute drive) has a large Tesco and Marks & Spencers food store.
Local activities include Walking (West Highland Way) Fishing (River Endrick, Lake of Mentieth, Local Fisheries) Tennis, Golf (8 courses within 10 miles) Pony Trekking, Water sports (Loch Lomond) Architecture (home of Rennie MacIntosh) Cycling (hire nearby), Glengoyne distillery, Local Art Galleries, craft shops and fashion boutiques.
Places of Historical, Cultural and Local Interest
Stirling (The Castle, The Smith Museum, Wallace Monument) Bannockburn Battle Site, Doune (Castle and Motor Museum) Blair Drummond Safari Park, Glasgow (Kelvingrove art gallery and various museums, the Cathedral, School of Art and other Rennie MacIntosh Buildings, the Burrell Collection - closed until 2020, Shops) Edinburgh (The Castle, Scottish National Art Gallery, Princes Street) Loch Lomond Shores (gateway to Scotland's first National Park) and The Scottish Parliament
To find out more about the village of Killearn:
From the South, head north out of Glasgow on the A81 towards Milingavie. Stay on this road through Strathblane and Blanefield. A mile outside Blanefield, you will pass the Dumgoyne Distillery on your right. Ignore the next right signposted for Killearn and carry on passing the Beech Tree Inn on your left. 1 mile on, turn right at the large roundabout heading up the hill into Killearn. Take the second left - opposite the postbox - into Gartness Road. Firfield is the last house on the left hand side heading down the hill.