Nestled on the shores of Loch Rannoch, the Highland Club consists of 85 studio, one, two, and three bedroom units. Each of these very well appointed units has its own conservatory and magnificent views of the Loch and Schiehallion.
Nestled on the shores of Loch Rannoch, the Loch Rannoch Highland Club consists of a mixture of 85 studio, one, two, and three bedroom units. Each of these very well appointed units has its own conservatory and magnificent views of Loch Rannoch and the majestic Schiehallion, or Sidh Chailleann in Gaelic (Fairy Hill of the Caledonians). This Munro is one of the best known in Scotland, and offers breathtaking views and walks. Each lodge is fully equipped with its own kitchen, utensils, towels and linen. Whilst our staff are available to assist with information and booking local restaurants and activities.
Secluded and tranquil, as the early morning mist rises slowly from the Loch, It is easy to surmise how J M Barrie was inspired to write Peter Pan during his visits to Loch Rannoch. The imagination can envisage through the whisps of mist the bow wave from Hook’s ship as it slowly glides towards its anchorage.
The clubs set activities include; – “the clan night” where two of our tame and mostly pacified Highlanders give an extremely interesting talk on local history, the clan system, highland dress, and weaponry used. The club organised guided walks are set at a pace that everybody can enjoy. Why not spend an evening showing off your intellectual skills at the club quiz night? A water colour masterclass is also provided by the club with a guarantee that every participant will leave with a painting. Of course, no visit to Scotland would be complete without participating in a whisky tasting class. The clubs set activities are included in the price of your accommodation.
From Rannoch Station you can catch the train to Fort William and then carry on to Mallaig, either by ScotRail on by the world famous Jacobean steam railway following the famous route used by this steam locomotive in the Harry Potter films.
By road Pitlochry, Perth, Aberfeldy, Aviemore and Inverness are easily with day visit radius.
Wi-Fi facilities are provided free on-site.
Electricity and telephone usage is chargeable.