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Set amongst the Perthshire mountains with spectacular views of Loch Tay and a panoramic vista of the Ben Lawers range to enjoy from your bedroom window.

Ardtalnaig Lodge was built during 2007 to provide a comfortable home from home.

Built to be eco-friendly with recycling in mind, the heating is provided by a ground source heat pump, the timber framed building used wood from sustainable forests.

Ardtalnaig Lodge Accommodation

Accommodation is provided in 2 rooms, 1 double/twin plus an additional single bed (i.e. 3 berth) with an en suite shower room; 1 twin/bunk with use of private shower room situated on the ground floor.
Drying facilities are available and there is a cycle shed with secure locking facilities.


Other outdoor activities in the area include, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, white water rafting, canyoning, wildlife safaris, fishing and shooting; and there are several good golf courses nearby.

There is much to see and do in the area, from exploring the local hills and glens to visiting the local Crannog Centre or whisky distilleries. The Pitlochry Festival Theatre is 45 minutes away and is well known for its varied programme of events shown throughout the summer months.

Afternoon tea or supper with tea/coffee and homebaked cakes will be provided on arrival.
There are a number of good restaurants and eating places in easy driving distance, including the Fortingall, Kenmore and Ardeonaig Hotels.

If you arrive on foot or by bike then we can arrange transport to a local restaurant or we will provide an evening meal by prior arrangement.

A cooked breakfast will include eggs from our own hens and sausages are sourced locally, alternatively, a substantial continental style breakfast, including fruit, youghurt and homemade bread and jams can be provided for those wanting an early start.
Facilities will be provided for you to make your own packed lunch, for an additional charge.

Visitors are welcome to enjoy the garden or idle the time away enjoying the scenery from the front porch.

· Lochside Location
· Rural Location

Getting there from the Information Centre:
Ardtalnaig is 12 miles west of Aberfeldy. take the A827 to Kenmore, at the head of the loch, as the main road turns right to kenmore village, continue straight on, following the minor road.
Keeping the loch on the right, this is the south side of Loch Tay road, signposted Ardeonaig.
Pass through the village of Acharn, after approximately 6 miles you will find Ardtalnaig Lodge on the left, adjacent to the road. Take care, the south Loch Tay road is a single track road.

Getting There by Car:
From Killin, before crossing the bridge over the Falls of Dochart and immediately before the Falls of Dochart Inn, turn right onto the South Lochtayside road to Ardeonaig. Keeping Loch Tay on your left, proceed past Ardeonaig Hotel and continue for a further 3.8 miles to Ardtalnaig Lodge.

Getting There by Railway:
The nearest main line rail station is Pitlochry - 28 miles.

Getting there by Aeroplane:
Ardtalnaig is 2 hours drive from Glasgow and Edinburgh Airports and Rosyth Ferry Terminal.

· Bike Shed Available
· Cycle Hire Nearby
· Private Parking

· Drying Facilities
· Outdoor Drying Facility
· Prior Booking Recommended

· Garden

Additional Facilities:
· Bed Linen Provided
· Central Heating Throughout Property
· Disabled Access
· Electric Shaver Point
· Hair Dryer In Room
· Mains Electricity
· Pets Welcome
· Sea/Loch View
· Shower En suite
· Towels Provided
· Vegetarian
· Z Bed available on request

Ardtalnaigh Lodge is suitable for:
· Business Travellers
· Families
· Non smokers
· Senior Citizens
· Single Travellers
· Singles

· Pets Welcome By Arrangement

Children and Infants:
· Highchair Available
· Children Welcome
· Cot Available

· Weekend Breaks
· Wildlife Friendly
· Short Breaks

Other Disabled Facilities:
· Ramp Access

· No Smoking Permitted

Type of Board:
· Bed & Breakfast

· Tea & Coffee Available
· Breakfast Available
· Early Breakfast By Arrangement
· Evening Meal By Arrangement
· Packed Lunch By Arrangement

Speciality Diets:
· Dairy Free
· Gluten Free
· Nut Free Meals
· Vegetarian Meals Available

The small village of Ardtalnaig on the south side of Loch Tay is a quiet peaceful location between Killin and Kenmore. Centrally situated in the heart of Scotland, Aberfeldy, Perth and Glencoe are all easily accessible by car.

A long distance footpath - 'The Rob Roy Way' and National Cycle Network (NCN) Route 7, pass by the front door so are well placed for walkers and cyclists needing comfortable overnight accommodation to rest their weary legs!

Loch Tay, one of Scotland's most beautiful lochs set in Highland Perthshire is a wonderful area to explore at any time of the year.
There is an abundance of wildlife to see and enjoy. Walkers with an adventurous streak will find many good mountain walks in the area and for the less energetic, plenty of shorter low level walks.
For the cyclists, both on and off road, suitable for all ages and abilities.

Email Ardtalnaig Lodge enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com