This is the prefect bijoux apartment for two! It is a one room flat with a large bedroom, with a comfortable and good sized double bed, galley kitchen and a spacious sitting room.
Based one the outskirts of Alloa, it is just a few streets from the River Forth, which provides amazing walks along the riverbank. The Black Devon Wetlands, an area looked after by the RSPB, are a very short walk away and afford a wide variety of birdwatching opportunities. Here you get the benefits of both town and country.
It's a cosy 1 bedroom flat, so an ideal flat for a single person who has to stay in the area for an extended period of work, or great for a couple visiting the town or the central belt of Scotland. The flat has a modern bathroom, with a full size bath and mounted power shower over the bath.
The kitchen is well equipped with a full set of kitchenware, toaster, microwave and cooker. The kitchen also has a washer/dryer as well. The sitting room has a dining table for four and two large sofas to spread-out on whilst watching the High definition TV.
All the soft furnishings are styled in the latest prints and colours creating a contemporary look and feel to them throughout the flat. The flat has on street FREE parking and a good solid Wi-Fi connection should you need to work from home.
Directions: If you travel by Sat-Nav to the property use the following postcode: FK10 1BU
Things to do
Whether you're looking for an outdoor adventure or a relaxing day out, there are plenty of things to do in and around Alloa.
If you love the countryside and long walks then Clackmannanshire, and Alloa itself, is home to many wonderful landmarks that are a tribute to its mining history, one of the most impressive being Gartmorn Dam. Located in the 370 acre Country Park and Nature Reserve, it is a great spot for outdoor activities, sightseeing and an invigorating walk. The Sauchie mines of 6th Earl of Mar, Sir John Erskine, were drained by the pumps which was powered by the 170 acre reservoir that he had engineered. This water power triggered Alloa's industrial advancement and made it a milestone in its history. The reservoir and park are well worth a visit.
Theres also the Tullibody Heritage Centre, full of objects and curios from Alloa's cultural past, The Andy Scott Sculptural Trail, and The Alloa Swing Bridge, which all make great days out.
By taking a short 1km drive into the heart of the town you'll come to some great places to eat and drink. We can recommend Bar Aldo's Restaurant, an authentic taste of Italy. The Syriana restaurant, which serves home-made middle eastern dishes that are stupendous, and, if you prefer Indian food, Shaans Tandoori, which gets great local reviews.
Welcoming pubs and bars in town are: The Old Brewery, Bobbing John, The Royal Oak, and something a bit unusual, Cramms Bar "more like a shared living