The Cottage at Loch Tay, Acharn

Holiday Cottage: 5607 Perth and Kinross

Comfortable Living Room With Open Fire

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Situated on the South bank of Loch Tay with stunning mountain views. The Cottage at Loch Tay is ideal for families who want to relax in peaceful surroundings and also want a large variety of activities close at hand.

Located in the quiet rural hamlet of Acharn, in beautiful Highland Perthshire, "The Cottage At Loch Tay" is just two minutes walk through a private forest, to a tranquil lochside beach. With stunning loch, mountain and forest views, this is one of Scotland's prime locations for those wishing to get away from it all.

Sleeping 4-6, The Cottage At Loch Tay is superbly equipped to make your family stay luxurious, providing a level of equipment and extras not commonly seen in self catering accommodation.

Personalised visitor information for the local area is well laid out, to ensure you can take full advantage of your stay, detailing everything from boat hire to recommended local restaurants and shops.

Young children are not only welcome, but are well catered for with cot-bed, high chair etc, provided as standard. Pets can be accommodated by arrangement.

Highland Perthshire is an incredibly dramatic part of the world. It boasts some of the highest mountains, some of the most beautiful and tranquil lochs and the longest and loneliest glen in Scotland.

Many beautiful, unspoilt hamlets, villages and towns nestle in what is commonly known as Big Tree Country and the capital, Perth, is a delightful, vibrant city for young and old alike.

Loch Tay is the sixth largest loch in Scotland and is over 150 metres deep at its deepest. It is approximately 14.5 miles long and over a mile wide. Ben Lawers, the UKs 10th highest mountain at 1214m, proudly emerges from the waters of the loch to provide a dramatic backdrop.

Two rivers feed the loch, the Lochay and the the Dochart. The latter flowing over spectacular falls in the village of Killin to the West. Loch Tay feeds the River Tay, the longest river in Scotland, and one of the best salmon fishing rivers in Europe. Kenmore, a small unspoilt village at the head of Loch Tay, boasts the oldest inn in Scotland, The Kenmore Hotel, which dates back to 1572.

Every imaginable watersport from scuba diving to parascending is available on the loch, whilst the mountains are home to hikers and gorge walkers, field sports fanatics, mountaineers and wildlife enthusiasts. Cyclists and horse riders can saddle up in the local area and there are two golf courses (one 9 and one 18 hole), within 5 minutes drive.

Dewars distillery in Aberfeldy will delight the whisky connoisseur, whilst younger visitors will find the local wildlife parks more to their taste. The area is packed full of activities, so whatever the weather, there is always something new to see and do nearby.

  • Access through private forest to tranquil lochside beach.
  • Spectacular views of mountains.

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The Cottage at Loch Tay
The Cottage at Loch Tay
Superbly Equipped Kitchen
Superbly Equipped Kitchen
Spacious & Luxurious Bedrooms
Spacious & Luxurious Bedrooms
Picturesque Loch Tay
Picturesque Loch Tay

Sleeps:   6
Bedrooms:   2
Cot Available:   Yes
Disabled Facilities: No.

Linen Provided: No.

Pets Allowed: Yes.
Well behaved dogs by arrangement, sorry no cats
Central Heating: Yes.
Fuel type: Electric
Open Fire: Yes.
Fuel type: Coal
Smoking Allowed: No.

Outdoor Facilities: Yes.
Private enclosed garden with patio area, lockable shed, garden furniture & parasol. Inflatable boat & mountain bike for guest use, Gas BBQ
Local Services: Within 1.5 miles: Restaurants & bars, shop, post office/spar, cash machines, delicatessen, gift shops, Golf.

Within 7 miles: Supermarkets, take aways, petrol station, banks, food shopping, clothes shopping, gifts, tourist information, galleries, bars & restaurants.

From the South:
From Glasgow (90 min), and the South: take the motorway to Stirling (M80), onwards to Perth(45 min), A9 to Ballinluig, then A827 to Aberfeldy. Continue on this road and, just before Kenmore, take the South Loch Tay Road signposted "The Scottish Crannog Centre" & Acharn.

From the North:
From Inverness (90 min): South on the A9 to the junction for Ballinluig, then take the A827 to Aberfeldy. Continue on this road and, just before Kenmore, take the South Loch Tay Road signposted "The Scottish Crannog Centre" & Acharn.
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Pricing and Opening Times
Seasons Open: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter.

Low season late deal currently available - please ring for details

Low Season: £450.00 per week, £75.00 daily (minimum of 3 nights).
Mid Season: £520.00 per week, (minimum of 7 nights).
High Season: £575.00 per week, (minimum of 7 nights.
Peak Season: £675.00 per week, (minimum of 7 nights).
Xmas & New Year: £770.00 per week, £120.00 daily (minimum of 3 nights).

Weekly & short stay bookings accepted (minimum stay 3 nights.)

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