Loch Side Accommodation in Perthshire Scotland

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Boltachan Dell

Aberfeldy

This stunning architect-designed house is set in woodland by the Boltachan Burn and near to the highland town of Aberfeldy. The whole area offers so much for visitors, walking, cycling, sailing, golf, visiting gardens and castles, and even a restored Art Nouveau cinema. Surrounded by magnificent scenery, the opportunities for filling the day are endless in this part of the Highlands of Scotland.
Price range £950 to £1350 per week, or £17.00 to £24.00 per head per night when fully occupied for 7 nights. Short breaks from £700 to £995
 4 stars
Sleeps: 8
Start day: Monday,Friday
Prices from: £1100.00
Smoking: No
Pets: No


Ben Macdui at Shoreside

Loch Tay

Set on the north shore of Loch Tay, close to the village of Fearnan. Guests can soak up the beauty of Scottish Highlands Perthshire whilst playing golf, walking, sailing and sightseeing. Return to a welcome log burning stove on chillier days.
Price range £525 to £725 per week, or £18.75 to £25.90 per head per night when fully occupied for 7 nights. Short breaks from £395 to £540
 4 stars
Sleeps: 4
Start day: Monday,Friday
Prices from: £535.00
Smoking: No
Pets: No


The Wee Cosy Nook

Aberfeldy

With beautiful views of the River Tay, this detached cottage in the grounds of the owner's home is a perfect romantic getaway for two offering a very high standard of holiday home. Aberfeldy is close by for shopping and eating out. Pitlochry and Perthare around 30 minutes drive.With excellent visitor attractions, walks and outfoor pursuits, this is a perfect holiday destination in Highland Perthshire, .
Price range £475 to £550 per week, or around £16.00 to £19.50 per head per night when fully occupied for 7 nights. Short breaks from £350 to £415.
 5 stars
Sleeps: 2
Start day: Monday,Friday
Prices from: £485.00
Smoking: No
Pets: No


Craigard, by Loch Tay

This luxurious house, wiht gorgeous views of the hills and Loch Tay is situated near Faernan, by Kenmore. Airy, light, beautifully furnished - a great place for a family or group of friends to holiday. . A paradise for walkers, sailing, sightseeing and golf in the |Perthshire Highlands.
Price range £650 to £950 per week, or £15.50 to £22.60 per head per night when fully occupied for 7 nights. Short breaks from £490 to £715
 4 stars
Sleeps: 6
Start day: Monday,Friday
Prices from: £695.00
Smoking: No
Pets: No


Ben Lawers at Shoreside

Loch Tay

This stunning property has uninterrupted views of Loch Tay from its furnished balcony and its stylish and contemporary décor and furnishings certainly have the ‘wow’ factor. A paradise for walkers, sailing, sightseeing in the Highlands of Scotland and golf.
Price range £485 to £695 per week, or £17.00 to £24.80 per head per night when fully occupied for 7 nights. Short breaks from £360 to £520
 4 stars
Sleeps: 4
Start day: Monday,Friday
Prices from: £515.00
Smoking: No
Pets: Yes


Tarmachan at Shoreside

Loch Tay

Tarmachan (named after the nearby Munro, Meall nan Tarmachan) is a bright, modern holiday home with outstanding views over Loch Tay and surrounding hills. A paradise for walkers, sailing, sightseeing in the Scottish Highlands and golf.
Price range £485 to £695 per week, or £17.30 to £24.80 per head per night when fully occupied for 7 nights. Short breaks from £360 to £520
 4 stars
Sleeps: 4
Start day: Monday,Friday
Prices from: £515.00
Smoking: No
Pets: No


Fantastic Facts about Scotland

  • Mary Queen of Scots played billiards. First recorded order by Louis XI in 1470. After she was executed, her body was wrapped in a billiard cloth
  • 1300s Scottish soldiers noted for ability to march longer than others because they made their own oatcakes
  • Bagpipes imported from Rome 2000 years ago by Roman army
  • Toilet, 5000 Skara Brae reckoned to use drainage system to flush into the sea. Alexander Cummings invented flushing toilet
  • Auld Lang Syne sung for 150 years before Burns sent a copy for print to the Scots Musical Museum that he had taken down from an old man.
  • Lawnmower invented in Scotland
  • Shortbread known from 12C but generally thought to have been refined use and name credited to Mary Queen of Scots 16C. Petticoat tails
  • Black bun fruitcake covered with pastry. Origins Scottish was eaten at Twelfth Night but now associated with Hogmanay
  • Scotland's first. Licensed distillery Glenlivet in 1823
  • Scotland's only 2-star Michelin restaurant, Andrew Fairlie at the Gleneagles Hotel
  • Golf. Modern game reckoned to date from 15C in Scotland. Much debate about an earlier game. The Old Course St Andrews date to per 1574, seen as a place of pilgrimage. Links course. How many people around the world have had their photographs taken on the Swilken Bridge?
  • Ice skating began in Scotland. Primitive ice skates of bone and antler used by Scandinavian hunters as early as300 AD. 1572 first all-iron skates manufactured in Scotland. Speed skating was first form of skating sport. First skate Club in Edinburgh 1742

Distances from Perth

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