Mountain bike hire
Free fishing on Loch Lubnaig alongside the cabin site
Strathyre lies among the scenic lochs and mountains of the Trossachs in Scotland’s first National Park. The site is at the heart of Rob Roy country and overlooked by Ben Ledi, which rises steeply to 879 metres (2,882ft) behind the cabins and is snow-covered in winter.
Strathyre is the ideal base for hillwalking at all levels of difficulty, from a gentle stroll on the shores of Loch Lubnaig to a vigorous hike to the summit of Ben Ledi … take a boat trip on Loch Katrine … visit the grave of Rob Roy MacGregor at Balquhidder … enjoy water-skiing or sailing on nearby Loch Earn.
The tree-clad slopes that sweep down dramatically to the shores of Loch Lubnaig change from spring fresh greens to warm autumn russets making Strathyre the perfect destination all year round.
Follow the scenic route through Brig o’Turk to the Forestry Commission’s Queen Elizabeth Forest Park Visitor Centre, near Aberfoyle, to walk the Highland Boundary Fault Trail, and see how the landscape has changed over millions of years. Or stroll through Leny Woods to the awesome Falls of Leny, where millions of gallons of water thunder into the gorge below.
The approach to some cabins is quite steep, so please let us know when you book if you want to request a cabin on level ground.
And because our sites are in the heart of the forest, we keep lighting to a minimum to encourage wildlife - please bring a torch!
Perth & Kinross