Loch Tay Highland Lodges is situated in the central highlands on the shores of Loch Tay.
Wake up in a heated wigwam and drink in the views of a central Highlands loch, take a boat out to hook a fishy supper, or settle down to a boathouse restaurant meal with views to take your breath away…easy options at Loch Tay Highland Lodges, where you can pitch up in a warm woodland cabin, wigwam, lodge or glamping dome for the best of Highland highlights all year round.
The park is tucked away high on a hill with overlooking Loch Tay and some of the most stunning scenery in Scotland with other lochs, mountain and rivers abounding – use it as a base for sightseeing around central Scotland and the Highlands, or do some day tripping and shopping in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Stirling an accessible drive away.
That’s if you can tear yourself off site: archery, canoeing, kayaking, mountain biking, sailing and hurtling yourself down a slope in downhill cycling are all right on hand for guests. Fishing boats are available for hire too to take to the loch and land some tasty trout or succulent salmon; the site can even arrange your fishing permit.
Even with your own freshly landed salmon and trout on offer, make a point of hightailing it to the on-site Boathouse restaurant for its open fire and huge picture windows giving uninterrupted views of Loch Tay, or soak up the rays on the sundeck for a meal, vintage wine or the barbecues on some summer evenings.
The woodland cabins, lodges and premium wigwams at Loch Tay have their own cooking facilities, but guests in the glamping domes or wigwam have access to a fully equipped campers’ kitchen so you can fry up your catch: there’s a sitting room too to catch up with other campers.
Also now on site is a new amenities block with showers, toilets, private bathroom (which can be rented), drying room, launderette and vestibule with woodburning stove.
Other facilities on site include wifi, a play area, putting green and disc golf.