Tarmachan, Shoreside holiday home is a modern mews house with outstanding views over Loch Tay and the surrounding hills.
Furnished in a smart contemporary style, providing a relaxing retreat with all home comforts in the outstanding beautiful Highlands of Scotland.
Tarmachan (named after the nearby Munro, Meall nan Tarmachan) Sleeps 4, the property has two bedrooms – 1 king size and 1 twin. The master bedroom features a solid oak king size bed and en-suite shower room. There is a second twin bedroom and large family bathroom with bath and separate shower.
Located upstairs, the open plan living area takes advantage of the property’s great location the focal point been the large picture window leading onto the balcony. The living area has comfy sofas, dining area with large oak table, plus a well equipped kitchen. Whatever the weather, you can sit back and enjoy the beautiful highland scenery.
This bright, modern accommodation is paradise for walks, sailing, golf, and is a great base for sightseeing in the Scottish Highlands.
Tarmachan is 3 miles from the village of Kenmore, on the banks of Loch Tay.
Kenmore has a range of restaurants, a post office and the Courtyard Deli. 2 Golf Courses which welcome visitors.
The Crannog Centre on the banks of Loch Tay offers a great day out for all the family.
Kenmore is home to the new Loch Tay Safari centre, part of the award winning Highland Safaris based in Dull.
Aberfeldy is a 15 minute drive and has a large supermarket, butchers, bakers and deli. Aberfeldy boasts gift and craft shops, an award winning book shop and lots of places to eat.
There is a petrol station, medical centre, dentist, vet, banks and ATMs and Post Office.
If you’re looking for an active holiday, there is a wide range of activities such as golf, fishing, walking, cycling, white water rafting and even bungee jumping!
In addition, there are numerous castles and distilleries, a community owned cinema, and a Theatre. Various festivals and music events run throughout the year. This great little town really does have something for everyone!
Things To Do
Photography / Painting
With an abundance of wildlife and wild flowers on your doorstep this is paradise to artists what ever the season.
Walkers have the choice of seven Munros within ten miles, including Ben Lawers and Schiehallion. The Loch Tay Forest Park is also close by and provides a variety of trails, which are perfect for more leisurely walks.
The Loch Tay Forest Park is also close by and provides trails for horse riding.
The Loch Tay Forest Park is also close by and provides a variety of trails, which are great for
Golfers are well served with a wide range of fine courses, with two courses close by.
Loch Tay and the surrounding area offers great fishing. At Loch Tay Fish ‘n’ trips they provide both fishing and boat hire services.
Water sports enthusiasts will appreciate the opportunities that Loch Tay offers with sailing, canoeing and boat hire all available locally.
The City of Perth is around a 30 minute drive where you can see St John’s Kirk, the Black Watch Museum, the Duncan Fergusson Art Gallery, the Museum and Art Gallery, NTS Branklyn Garden and Scone Palace. It has a world-class concert hall and excellent places to eat out.
Pitlochy is slightly closer and offers good shopping and eating out as well as visits to Edradour Distillery, the dam and fish ladder and Pitlochry Festival Theatre. In season, book up for the Enchanted Forest experience. Beyond Pitlochry is the House of Bruar, Scotland’s Harrods of the North, and Blair Castle – where the Duke of Atholl has his own private army!
Crannog Centre, Kenmore
Join a guided tour of an Iron age dwelling, with history exhibitions, music demonstrations
The Old Yew Tree Fortingall
Said to be the oldest tree in Europe. Don’t miss the don’t miss the carvings and 7th Century bell in the church there.
Perth Theatre is a Victorian theatre and opera house
Pitlochry Festival theatre
A unique Highlands theatre offering a wide variety of productions and a cafe-bar with river view
Enchanted forest experience, Pitlochry
Book early to avoid disappointment to see this annual event, set amidst the trees in Faskally Wood in Highland Perthshire, the Enchanted Forest is Scotlands premier light and sound event.
Scone Palace, Perth
With events held throughout the year Scone Palace is one of Perth’s most popular visitor attractions and a great day out in Scotland; offering a variety of things to see and do, outdoor activites, a food hall and coffee shop.
Black watch museum and Balhousie Castle Perth
The Castle is set in its own beautiful gardens and grounds. A visit to this ancestral home of The Black Watch brings this glorious Regiment’s past vibrantly to life.
The Duncan Ferguson Art gallery
J D Fergusson was one of the most important and influential artists in Britain in the first half of the 20th century. Born in Edinburgh, with ancestral links to Perthshire, he spent much of his career in France and is now most associated with Scottish Colourist group. The Fergusson Gallery holds his vast collection of artwork and associated archive, along with the archive of his lifelong companion, the pioneer of modern dance, Margaret Morris.
The New Yorker has included The Watermill in a book of the ’75 Greatest Bookshops in the World’.
Highland Safaris Aberfeldy
Offering a good choice of 5 Star activities, Loch Tay Safaris, Mountain Safaris, Forest Safari, Private Charter, 4×4 Off Road Driving, Spring Watch, Gold Panning, Red Deer Centre, Bike Trax Mountain Bike Skills Loop.
Branklyn Garden Perth
Discover this 2-acre hillside garden, created in the 1920s using seeds collected by plant hunters. Within walking distance to Pert city centre.
The unique Edradour distillery based in Pitlochry, Perthshire is a Highland single malt whisky distillery . Its owners claim it to be the smallest distillery in Scotland, but this title now belongs to Strathearn Distillery, also in Perthshire