Ardeonaig Lodge, Loch Tay, near Killin, Perthshire
Ardeonaig Lodge is a large loch fronted holiday house on the shores of Loch Tay which has a private hot tub, fishing and boating rights. Offering spectacular views across Loch Tay towards the magnificent Ben Lawers, the Lodge is nestled in an acre of beautiful natural grounds making it the perfect location for a tranquil and relaxing break. Its private beach and harbour area provide the opportunity to go fishing and boating throughout the year. Two hours from Glasgow and Edinburgh the area is rich in history, wildlife, activities and attractions, with water sports, hill walking, mountain biking, fishing, golf courses, castles and distilleries on the doorstep!
Nearby Killin is the perfect place from which to explore Loch Tay and its surrounding countryside. A road trip heading east along the north shore and returning along the south shore is the perfect way to take in dramatic scenery and historic towns stopping off for a bite to eat en route.
You can travel on the south road from Ardeonaig to Kenmore and on to Aberfedly that way, rather than the full circle of the loch. Travelling east along the north shore from Killin after 22 miles you will come to Aberfeldy which is steeped in military history. It is well known for Wade’s Bridge which was built in 1733 and designed by William Adam, father of the more famous architect Robert Adam. General Wade considered this bridge to be his greatest achievement. On a similar theme, the town is also home to a memorial to the Black Watch.
The mighty River Tay runs through the middle of the town and bisects the 18 hole golf course with the Aberfeldy Footbridge giving golfers access to both parts of the course. At the opposite end of Loch Tay from Killin lies the town of Kenmore. This is where the loch drains into the River Tay. Kenmore is home to the Loch Tay Boating Centre, the Mains of Taymouth Golf Course and Loch Tay Safaris.
- Sleeps 8
- 4 bedrooms - 2 king ensuites and 2 twin
- 3 bathrooms (2 ensuite) + additional WC
- Open fire
- Initial supplies of firewood supplied
Additional firewood and kindling on request
- Utility room with washing machine
- Oven, fridge/freezer, microwave
- Full central heating
- Free WiFi
- BBQ and garden furniture
- Hot tub
- Flat screen LED TV and DVD
- No pets
Accommodation sleeps 8:
This gorgeous holiday house is very well appointed and has quality modern fittings. The sitting room is spacious, with a dining area and an open fire - perfect to relax in front of in the evenings. There are glass doors opening out to the decked area - great for barbeques!
The 4 bedrooms are light and tastefully furnished, with superb views over the surrounding countryside and Loch Tay. There are two ensuite bathrooms and an additional bathroom and WC.
From Glasgow or Edinburgh, go towards Stirling, heading for Junction 10 on the M9. At Junction 10, take the A84 through Callander towards Crianlarich. At Lochearnhead the road changes to the A85. Follow this road until the A827 to Killin.
As you approach Killin, before you cross the bridge over the Falls of Dochart, take the road along the south side of Loch Tay. Take this single track road for approx 7 miles. Drive through the car park and down the field to Ardeonaig Lodge.
Electricity, heating, bio friendly cleaning products, fishing and boat launching rights, use of private harbour, logs. We supply Egyptian cotton bed linen, fluffy bath sheets, hand towels, bath mats, hairdryer, luxury hand soap, spice cupboard, initial supplies of loo roll, bin bags, dish washer tablets and washing up liquid.
Cost and availability:
This gorgeous self-catering accommodation is rented out year round. Rental periods are generally a week - Saturday to Saturday, or short breaks during the low season.
Checking in time is 4pm and checking out is 10am (but flexible if at all possible).
To book this big Perthshire self-catering holiday cottage on the shores of Loch Tay, click the enquiry button below and see prices and availability.
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Ardeonaig Lodge, Loch Tay, Killin, Perthshire, Scotland