to Drumcroy Lodges.
Set in a stunning rural setting with spectacular views over the River
Tay & Highland Perthshire. The Scottish Tourist Board rated this accommodation
4-star Self Catering Accommodation.
Drumcroy Lodges is an Ideal base to explore Central Scotland and the
On site activities include nature walks, fishing, shooting and mountain
Drumcroy Lodge Accommodation
Accommodation consist of deluxe chalets each with en-suite, sleeping
4-6. With all mod cons.
The spacious, comfortable, well equipped lodges are all on one level.
Each of the lodges has one double room with en-suite shower facilities
and a twin room with a separate bathroom.
There is also a double sofa bed in the living area if required.
The kitchens are well equipped with electric hob and
oven, microwave, fridge freezer and washing machine.
The spacious open plan living room includes a three piece suite, TV, video
and CD player with adjacent dining area. This opens out onto a deck and
garden with a picnic bench and barbecue.
There is a drying room and bike shed available to all guests. Guests are
supplied with all bed linen and towels. Electricity is to be paid for
at cost price by meter reading.
The luxury self catering lodges at Drumcroy are situated on a 600 acre
family run sheep farm.
Visitors are welcome to enjoy the many farm walks and local wildlife which
includes deer, birds of prey, foxes and red squirrels, there are also
many lambs and horses.
Within walking distance is the huge Griffin forest offering long nature
trails to secluded Loch Kennard and Loch Scolly.
There are many opportunities for mountain biking in the area. All guest
are free to try their hand at trout fishing on the farms stretch of the
River Tay or Salmon fishing can be arranged.
Just over 9 miles from the A9, Drumcroy is set in some of the most beautiful
scenery that Perthshire has to offer. Just a few minutes from the lovely
town of Aberfeldy first made famous by Robert Burns, Scotland's national
poet, today Aberfeldy is Scotland's first Fairtrade town and retailers
and attractions throughout the area do their best to promote Fairtrade,
organic and environmentally friendly products.
Just six miles west of the town, Loch Tay is the largest loch in Perthshire,
framed by majestic mountains and hillside farms and cottages.
As well as being the popular playground of sailors and watersports enthusiasts,
the loch is home to 18 ancient dwellings called crannogs.
Nearby to the north, Glen Lyon is often described as the longest, loneliest,
and loveliest glen in Scotland, and has a wonderfully mystical atmosphere.
Aberfeldy sits almost exactly in the centre of Scotland. The
local area can boast Perthshire’s highest mountain; Scotland’s
longest river; and longest glen.
You can experience the unspoilt character, charm and warm hospitality
of this small Scottish town surrounded by the mountains and glorious landscapes
of Highland Perthshire.
Visitors can enjoy the ‘Birks of Aberfeldy’, the famous nature
walks where Roberts Burns wrote some of his best known poems.
Aberfeldy offers a wide range of sporting activities.
There are four excellent golf courses in the area.
For the more adventurous there are many opportunities
for rock climbing, white water rafting, canoeing, hillwalking and mountain
biking. Beyond Adventure offers a wide range of outdoor activities. Splash,
Free Spirit and Dunolly House offer rafting amongst a wide range of activities.
Dunolly House also have a climbing wall and a high ropes course. There
are also tennis courts and a bowling green.
The Aberfeldy recreation centre offers a great range of activities and
classes as well as a 25m swimming pool, sauna, gym and jacuzzi.
There are two beautiful gardens in Aberfeldy - Bolfracks Gardens and Cluny
There is the unique opportunity to take a Highland Adventure Safari, an
exclusive adventure into a secret Scotland to heights of 3000 feet with
the chance of seeing eagles, deer, arctic hares, grouse and stunning scenery.
There is a good range of local restaurants and coffee shops for all tastes
Well worth a visit is Castle Menzies a 16th century castle and next door
you will find The House of Menzies which specialises in new world wines,
contemporary art and a wonderful coffee shop.
Email Drumcroy Lodges enquiries & reservations: email@example.com