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Gartmore (Scottish Gaelic An Gart Mòr) is a village in the Stirling council area, Scotland. It is a picturesque little village with an excellent view of the Wallace Monument in Stirling, almost 25 miles away. Formerly in Perthshire, it is one mile from the A81 Glasgow to Aberfoyle road, three miles south of Aberfoyle. The Rob Roy Way walking route passes nearby. There is only one shop which is owned by the community. The Black Bull is the pub of the village next to a memorial to the Great War.
One of the villages more famous residents was Robert Bontine Cunninghame Graham at Gartmore House
Katy And Ellen - Are going to move here and open a high voltage bar!