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Bracken Lodges, Aberfeldy, Perthshire

Bracken Lodges
Loch Tay
By Acharn

Aberfeldy
Perthshire

PH15 2HX | View map

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Bracken Lodges is a family owned business offering one, two and three bedroom detached holiday lodges, all presented to a very high standard. The eight lodges are superbly equipped and situated in an elevated position within 40 acres of wooded parkland on the south banks of Loch Tay. Our perfect location is surrounded by beautiful walks and provides spectacular views over the Loch to the summit of Ben Lawers, making it an excellent location to relax and unwind in the magificent part of Highland Perthshire.

The picturesque village of Kenmore is only 5 miles from Bracken Lodges and hosts an excellent choice of restaurants, golf courses and the unique Scottish Crannog Centre. Horse riding, watersports, fishing and Highland Safaris can all be enjoyed from the village. Bracken Lodges are ideally located to discover the popular Scottish tourist towns of Aberfeldy, Pitlochry, Dunkeld, Crieff and Callander.

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