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Loch Tay LodgesLoch Tay Lodges offer comfortable cottage accommodation near the shores of Loch Tay in highland Perthshire. This is a wonderful area for visitors with a wide variety of activities including fishing, walking and touring. If you are looking for the ideal base .. read on!

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History & Area

RemonyOriginally constructed by The Earl of Breadalbane in the mid 1800s as Estate workers' cottages, these architecturally interesting lodges have been rebuilt inside for self-catering.

There are majestic views in all seasons with the tree cover around the Ben Lawers foothills providing breathtaking vistas in Spring and particularly, in late October or early November.

 

Location

MapThey are situated on the eastern side of the small village of Acharn, close to Loch Tay, in countryside characterised by hill farms and sporting estates.

 

Comfort and Amenity

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  • Each lodge has a bath, electric cooker, fridge, washing machine and television. A washing line and tumble drier are available, together with heated drying space for outdoor clothes. Cots & high chairs are available on request at no extra charge.

  • All the lodges have electric fires and four Lodges also enjoy the charm of an open fire with free logs provided. Electricity is coin metered (£3.00 worth free).

  • All lodges except Lechkin, have individual enclosed garden areas.

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  • Laggan Lodge is also suitable for accompanied wheelchair users.

  • There is ample parking, amenity ground and a safe play space for children adjacent to the lodges. The village shop is in Kenmore and an advance pack of groceries can be ordered for you arrival.

  • PETS ARE WELCOME

 

Activity Information

{short description of image}Our many returning visitors greatly prize the tranquility of the lodges' setting and the leisurely nature of the pursuits available locally. A comprehensive pack of information on activities and visitor attractions is provided in your lodge, so there is no need to spend the first two days researching the opportunities.

 

Fishing

{short description of image}Free access to private moorings and a jetty on Loch Tay is available to guests owning sailing boats or boards, together with the use of a slipway and storage shed. Two boats, complete with outboard engines, salmon permits, lifejackets and storm shelters, are available for hire. Trout fishing is available with free permits. Peaceful summer picnics for the family may be taken upon the water. Power boats are not encouraged. Instruction on many other water sports activities, together with rescue services, are provided by Loch Tay Sailing School just half a mile away.

 

Walking & Touring

{short description of image}Unsurpassed opportunities for hill walking can be taken around this Environmentally Sensitive Area. There are numerous designated forest and other routes over the Tay and Tummel valleys and around the nearby towns of Aberfeldy and Dunkeld.

For those less committed to outdoor pursuits Blair Castle, Menzies Castle, Dunkeld Cathedral or Pitlochry Theatre, together with several small distilleries, are all within easy reach.

The central position of Loch Tay Lodges permits the leisurely discovery of the widely differing delights of Scotland's east and west coasts- each comfortably achievable within a day's tour by car.

Golf

There are several exceptional golf courses available from rolling parkland to testing 9 holers, all within half an hours drive - and Gleneagles is just over the hill!

Riding

Pony trekking may be enjoyed from a number of centres.

Enquiries

A & J Duncan Millar

Remony

Aberfeldy

Perthshire

PH15 2HR

Scotland

Tel 01887 830 209

Fax 01887 830 802

 

Send E:mail to remony@btinternet.com

 

 
 
 
 

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