Just 200 yards from Loch Tay, near Kenmore in Highland Perthshire this attractive cottage stands, detached, among woodland beside the path to the Falls of Acharn, with its own garden with decking area and conservatory overlooking the stream. Beautifully refurbished, it is a tranquil and peaceful retreat.
Kenmore is one of Scotland’s prettiest villages, with hotel, café, shop and marina, for the loch is a major water sports centre. Many excellent walks start straight from the cottage, or climb nearby Schiehallion or Ben Lawers. Within walking distance of the cottage, The Crannog Centre, a reconstructed iron age hut on stilts in the loch should not be missed.
The Tay is famous for its fishing and has great stretches for white water kayaking. Beyond Aberfeldy (9m, all facilities) the A9 provides easy access to the Cairngorms, Aviemore and even Inverness. Pitlochry (22m) is an excellent tourist centre with its Theatre in the Hills.