Alan Rogers Review
Loch Tay Highland Lodges is situated in the central highlands on the shores of Loch Tay. Arguably one of the most beautiful areas of Scotland, it is surrounded by mountains, rivers and lochs yet still within easy driving distance of Edinburgh, Stirling and Glasgow. Loch Tay Highland Lodges is just a short drive from the scenic village of Killin and the picturesque Falls of Dochart. Highland Perthshire is renowned for its wealth of historical sites, natural beauty and wildlife. Tent pitches are grassy and of a good size. Additionally, a good selection of chalets and lodges are available to rent. Motorcaravans are not accepted.
Fishing is understandably popular and the site offers salmon fishing packages, to include boat hire and self catering accommodation in a pine lodge. Alternatively, a chauffeur driven tour is available to visit some of the local area’s best known distilleries, including Scotland’s smallest distillery, the Erdradour. The Boathouse Restaurant has become a focal point of the Loch Tay Highland Park and combines fine food with warm hospitality in an undeniably beautiful location with uninterrupted views over Loch Tay.
Amenities lodge with shower and toilet facilities, family bathroom with shower and bath (charged) and facilities for disabled visitors. Launderette. Small shop. Restaurant. Games room. Play area. Relaxation area with wood burner. Equestrian centre. Marina. Sailing. Archery. Canoeing. Quad biking. Chalets, yurts, tepees and other accommodation to rent. Firepit and barbecue area (charcoal and gas barbecues available). No camp fires.
- All Year
- Childrens Play Area
- Fishing on Site
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Riding on Site
- Sailing on Site
- Shop on Site
- TV on Site
- Small Site
Loch Tay Highland Lodges is situated between Aberfeldy and Killin on the A827.