Loch Tay Highland Lodges is part of Largo Leisure Parks which 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 the other three parks are:

Braidhaugh Holiday Park located near to the historic town of Crieff where you’ll find the Crieff High Street allegedly walked by Rob Roy, Bonnie Prince Charlie, Robbie Burns and many other famous Scots.

Sauchope Links in the East Neuk of Fife has spectacular views of Isle of May, spacious quiet areas and a choice of activities suitable for adults and children alike. A short walk will take you near to shops and the harbour where you can buy fresh fish, crab and lobster from local fishermen.

Letham Feus places you in the heart of Scotland’s ‘home of golf’ with 40 golf courses to choose from and just twenty minutes from famous St. Andrews.

Below are some links and information about the Loch Tay Highland Lodge's Site.

 Image shown is "Riveside Lodge with Spa Pool" at Braidhaigh Holiday Park.


Loch Tay Highland Lodges have won numerous awards and this year we were presented with the prestigious award of ‘Best Scottish Self Catering Accommodation’ as well as runner-up in the award for ‘Best Scottish Glamping site’ at the Scottish Outdoor and Leisure Awards ceremony held in Glasgow in 2017.

The very best of Scotland’s outdoor and leisure industry was showcased in the glitzy award ceremony at Glasgow’s Marriott Hotel on October 29th.

Thousands of public nominations were received across 17 categories including Scotland’s Best Glamping and Scotland’s Best Self Catering Accommodation.

Over 25,000 votes were received in support of favourites across the country to create a shortlist of 115 finalists. Each business was asked to take stock of their business and provide a submission in support of their win, before an independent judging panel performed assessments of the customer-facing elements.

Hosted by Des Clarke, the Scottish Outdoor and Leisure Awards Gala Final was a celebration from start to finish. Warren Paul, CEO and founder of the Scottish Outdoor and Leisure Awards is also delighted with the reception in only year two.

He said: ‘The inaugural awards created firm foundations to develop SOLA into an annual competition and a mainstay event of the industry and now we are seeing new businesses from across the country engage in year two. It’s a fantastic opportunity to celebrate the businesses that help to showcase our beautiful Country; Well done to all our finalists and congratulations to our 2017 winners. I look forward to an even bigger event in 2018!’