Self-catering rental accommodation
above Loch Tay. Short breaks available. Sleeping 10
Loch Tay House
The Highlands of
Loch Tay House is perfectly positioned on a plateau above the loch, surrounded by inspiring highland scenery of forests and hills - and with wonderful views from balconies and big plate-glass windows.
It is 5 minutes from the pretty village of Killin (shops, hotels, restaurants) at the end of the loch, and has a path through gardens and terraced grounds down to the loch-side. It is cleverly sighted so that the holiday chalets below are completely hidden from its windows and gardens.
Around about is some of the best walking in Scotland, from gentle strolls through woodland to adventurous climbs up to the peaks of Schiehallion, Ben Lawers (3984ft) or Ben Chonzie. Also nearby are water sports, golf, riding, sailing, archery, mountain biking, salmon and trout fishing and, because it's just about the centre of Scotland, easy drives to Oban and the west coast, Callander and the Trossachs, Tummel and Loch Rannoch and Pitlochry, with its famous Festival Theatre. There's even a four star restaurant a couple of minutes walk away.
Most of the room face south towards the loch. Four of the five bedrooms are on the ground floor and the living rooms are above to take advantage of the views.
Below left and right;
Above left and right; Twin bedroom and master double bedroom.
Left and right; A bathroom and shower room. Three of the downstairs bedrooms have private bathroom/shower-rooms, with a separate bathroom for the fourth. The sauna accessed from the bathroom in the master bedroom.
Below left and right; Twin bedroom and double room.
There is a further double bedroom upstairs with a shower-room, and a downstairs utility room with washing machine and tumble drier.
Dining Room and Kitchen:
Below left and right; As you can see, the dining room is between the kitchen (Aga, electric cooker, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, microwave etc.) and sitting room.
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Highly recommended by Mark Breed of Ecosse Unique.
Photographs courtesy of Mark Breed.
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