Rent self-catering highland lodge near Loch Rannoch, Perthshire

Loch Rannoch is a freshwater loch in Perthsire 20 miles west of Pitlochry in Scottish Highlands.

Staying near Loch Rannoch and Pitlochry in Highland Perthshire

Traditional lodges on a beautiful Highland estates and some of the finest holiday houses in Scotland. Truly luxurious - with facilities sometimes including an indoor swimming pool, gym and billiard room - taste and comfort go hand in hand with many large holiday homes.

Whether you want to have a holiday with a group of friends or are having a family gathering for a special occasion, you will have your every need metof you hire a cook. A housekeeper us sometimes included in the cost so you can really relax and enjoy the house, garden and local area.

The views are stunning over Loch Rannoch and the nearby hills where you can walk and perhaps catch sight of a golden eagle or osprey. This part of Scotland is remote and breath-takingly beautiful - yet accessible within a few hours from Edinburgh airport.

You can rent a big holiday house near Loch Rannoch with other families and not feel on top of each other. There are plenty of outdoor activities to partake in too - explore the attractive scenic areas for walking and cycling, fish in the loch or head out for a game of golf. There are plenty of things to do in this area of Perthshire to suit all ages and interests.

  • Inverness Airport - 2-3 hours
  • Edinburgh Airport - 2-3 hours
  • Glasgow Airport - 2-3 hours
  • Train Pitlochry Station
    Rannoch Station (sleeper service to both)
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Stay in Pitlochry for a vacation in the highlands

Attractions nearby include: Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Beatrix Potter Museum and play space in Dunkeld, Enchanted Forest Light Show in Pitlochry in October, Menzies and Blair Atholl Castles, Cluny and Bolfracks Gardens, Crannog at Loch Tay, Salmon Leap at Pitlochry, House of Bruar rural shopping centre, three distilleries, Historic Dunkeld, Glen Lyon - the longest glen in Scotland.

From Perth go north on the A9 past Dunkeld, Pitlochry, and Blair Atholl. Take the first turn left after Blair Atholl sign-posted to Calvine and Kinloch Rannoch, 300m turn right and then sharp turn under railway bridge. 10 miles to T junction. Turn right, 3 miles to Kinloch Rannoch.