Whether you are looking for a short break away Glamping in one of our new GeoDomes or are looking for a family holiday in one of our many different lodges overlooking the loch, you will be spoilt for choice. Take advantage of the great range of watersports and activities available or simply take in the stunning scenery on a walk. With "Hot Tubs" now available at many of our accommodations, you can make your holiday even more special by relaxing together after your day in the highlands.
Last year at the Scottish Outdoor and Leisure Awards we were delighted to pick up the title for "Best Scottish Glamping Site".
We have once again been shortlisted as finalists in this years awards for the following categories:
Best Scottish Glamping Site
Best Scottish Self Catering Site
Best Scottish Family Holiday Park.
Presented by Paramount Creative at the Glasgow Mariott Hotel in late October we will be hoping to once again secure another lucrative award, fingers crossed..!
View our short video below highlighting what you can enjoy, experience and see at Loch Tay.
When searching for availability there is an option to refine your search to show pet-friendly accommodation.
If you are still unsure, please feel free to give us a call on 01567 820 323. Additionally, we also provide more information on pet-friendly accommodation and local dog walks to help you plan your stay.
Located in a tranquil exclusive setting beside the tumbling waterfall, Waterfall Lodge is a 3 bedroom lodge which has been recently totally re-furbished to a very high standard and also boasts an electric hot tub and sauna.
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Pine lodges available to purchase (freehold), all with loch views. To arrange further info or a viewing call Jo Barrie on 01567 820 323 or visit Loch Tay Highland Lodges for sale
Largo Leisure Parks incorporates four of Scotlands best holiday parks, all parks are ideally suited for those seeking a self-catering, tranquil retreat located around the beautiful scenery of the Kingdom of Fife and picturesque Perthshire areas of Scotland.