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Killin Highland Lodges

Comrie, Perth & Kinross
Log cabins for rent (10)
Pets allowed Pets allowed
WiFi in Public Areas WiFi in Public Areas
Family park Family park
Laundry room Laundry room
Wheelchair access Wheelchair access
Parking Parking
Water sports

Close to Loch Tay in woodland at the base of the Tarmachan Mountains these timber, self catering lodges provide a great base for an active or restful holiday.

The local area, the ancient district of Bredalbane, abounds with history and wonderful scenery. Golf, fishing, boating, walking, climbing and the cycle path network are all on the doorstep as is the new Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.

Peaceful woodland setting, close to Loch Tay well equipped comfortable lodges close to picturesque Killin and the spectacular Falls of Dochart below the Tarmachan and Ben Lawers mountain ranges. Ideally situated for golf, fishing, hill walking, watersports beds made up for your arrival. Some lodges with disabled facilities and wheelchair access, well behaved pets welcome in some lodges, other lodges totally pet free good pubs, hotels and restaurants nearby.

Perth & Kinross
These details were last updated on 12th August 2019

Awards & Memberships

Tourist Board Self Catering 3 Stars
Association of Scotland's Self-Caterers

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