Bedrooms: 2 - 1 kingsized, 1 twin - both ensuite. Sleeps: 4. Killin. Short breaks available. No pets. Hot tub.
Otter’s Holt rental rates:
Weekly rates range from £900 to £1200.
Short breaks and last minute breaks considered.
What guests have said:
Amazing. Will deff be back. A hidden gem.
My family loved our stay at Otter’s Holt. Watching the river flow past on the balcony or from the hot tub — or, when inside, through those huge windows — was such a joy. The location is perfect for exploring the local area (be sure to visit the Scottish Crannog Centre and nearby Taymouth Courtyard Shop), and Loch Tay is one of the nicest lochs we’ve visited. Stunning scenery, an abundance of walks, and a lovely, comfortable home to come back to. Nina was very responsive to all communication. We thoroughly recommend!
What an outstanding place to stay. The lodge is perfect and in the most idillic spot. Check in was super easy and communication great. The hot tub was fantastic and in a great spot overlooking the river.
Such a beautiful unique house that felt completely secluded while being only metres away from a handy little inn. The location was excellent, being so near to the Killin cafes and shops, which had really friendly locals. The house was lovely and the scenery looking out onto the river was gorgeous. We had a great time and would recommend it to anyone.
We had a fabulous stay at Otters Holt. The house itself is lovely. Modern, comfortable with a good sense of space. The outside area is a delight with the river rushing by. Very relaxing. The house had everything we needed for our short stay. A few cleanliness issues but nothing major and it wouldn’t put us off staying at Otters Holt again.
Otter’s Holt is a tranquil and beautiful property and is very well presented. We had an amazing and relaxing stay with incredible weather. Highly recommend the location for avid hikers and outdoor activities. The local area is beautiful and the tourist-y areas are really friendly. The hot tub was an awesome addition which was a great way to end a long day Munro baggin’.