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Four unique areas of Scotland

Loch Tay Highland Lodges is part ofLargo 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.

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

 

About Loch Tay Higland Lodges 

Amidst breathtaking scenery in the foothills of Ben Lawers we offer you 40 luxury pine self catering lodges, a luxury house, a number of glamping options and woodland log cabins available throughout the year for comfortable, peaceful, relaxing breaks and holidays in the highlands of Scotland.

Our luxury lodges and spacious estate grounds are maintained to a very high standard. Constructed in Scandinavia to exacting specifications, the lodges ensure comfort, warmth and convenience for guests; all face south and enjoy maximum sunshine, with unrivalled views over Loch Tay to the mountains beyond.

All lodges have verandahs giving superb views over Loch Tay. The village of Killin is 3 miles away at the west end of Loch Tay, with its Falls of Dochart, as well as a wide choice of restaurants and shops, a garage and a helpful Tourist Information Office. During the summer the village hosts its own very special Highland games, an agricultural Show and a Folk Festival.

There are many activities available nearby. Killin and Kenmore have lovely 9-hole golf courses, with four other golf courses within 30 minutes drive. Excellent opportunities for hill-walking, horse riding, water sports, white water-rafting, wildlife safaris, game shooting and ski-ing - with Glencoe only an hour away.

There is an 9 hole putting green for guest's enjoyment. 

Mountain Bikes can be hired on site - or bring your own, as we have our own purpose built track, meandering 3 miles into the foothills of Ben Lawers. And the location of Loch Tay Highland Lodges makes it ideal for fishing on both the central and western beats of the loch. We have a fleet of fishing boats for hire by the day or half day.

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