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Self-Catering in Aberfeldy

Loch Tay Lodges, Aberfeldy, Perthshire

Loch Tay Lodges

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Enjoy the tranquility, the grandeur and the beauty of Highland Perthshire from the comfort of a traditional stone building. Located in the heart of Scotland in a farming community, seven miles west of Aberfeldy. The colours are fantastic in Spring and even better in the Autumn. You can go hill walking, bird watching, fishing, sailing, horse riding or play a round or two of golf - within driving distance of Gleneagles. For the less active, because of its central location, you can tour along many pre-arranged trails, visit several famous castles, hostelries and distilleries. Or you can stay here and see a multitude of the wild birds, flowers and animals for which Scotland is so famous.


Ratings/Awards: 3 Star
Tourist Board Members: Yes
Months Open: All year
Nearest Airport: Edinburgh
Number of Units: 4
Unit Type: 3 cottages, 1 flat
Price Guide: £275 - £655
Nearest Major Town: Aberfeldy
Distance: 7 miles
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