Loch Tay Highland Lodges Leisure Park is situated in the central highlands near Killin in Perthshire. The holiday park is set on the shores of Loch Tay which is possibly one of the most beautiful areas of Scotland surrounded by mountains, lochs and rivers still within easy driving distance of Edinburgh, Stirling or Glasgow.
We have a variety of accommodation to offer: 8 woodland cabins, 7 wooden teepees, 1 yurt, 2 wooden wigwams and 30 wooden lodges.
Our lodges are all fully equipped to the meet the needs of our visitors, whether on a short or long stay. South facing loch side locations with patio area and barbecue space. Enjoy a stunning highland rural loch side setting with spectacular views over Loch Tay and Highland Perthshire.
The Loch Tay Highland Lodges Tepees are perfect for backpacking groups, families and friendly get togethers. This is basic, low budget, value for money accommodation at its very best, and most unique!
Our traditional Mongolian Yurt in Scotland is new experience for families or couples wanting to try something different. The yurt is a unique type of accommodation in Scotland offering a large open living area under canvas with a central log burning stove. Large cushions, bed mats and rugs are provided and offer a warm, inviting interior.
Each wigwam is located in a quiet secluded area of the park with wonderful views of the loch. All wood, the wigwams are a great alternative to camping with the addition of some welcome home comforts such as TV, fridge, kettle and microwave.
Experience our new, cosy octagonal woodland log cabins in Scotland. Beautifully located with commanding views of the Ben Lawers mountain range and Loch Tay, the log cabins are well equipped with contemporary décor, wooden floors, faux leather settees, flat screen TV's with satellite, hi-fi with iPod dock etc. The feature wood burning stove creates a warm and relaxing atmosphere.
Dewar's World of Whisky is a quite sensational modern visitor centre, featuring a unique interactive exhibition showing the courageous ‘spirit’ of the Dewar family. The blending room is a recreation of the Master Blender's room at the offices in Perth around 1929.
The Scottish Crannog Centre is a popular visitor attraction on Loch Tay. It is a complete reconstruction of how the ancient peoples lived and worked many thousands of years ago. Enjoy a shore-based exhibition and visitor centre displaying some of the original house timbers and objects used by the Iron Age loch-dwellers.
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Groups are allowed by arrangement.
Open all year round.