Loch Rannoch Highland Resort
your highland retreat
Wake up with a view
The Rannoch Glen is truly one of the most beautiful and historically romantic areas of Scotland, stretching from Pitlochry and Queens View to Rannoch Station. The loch, and the Highland Resort are presided over by 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 walks and views. The glen includes the two villages of Tummel Bridge and Kinloch Rannoch as well as smaller hamlets such as Killichonan and Bridge of Gaur. It is well worth a drive around Loch Rannoch where the views will delight, and on to a completely different landscape as you approach Rannoch Station where the road ends and from where Rannoch Moor stretches for miles to the west.
Welcome to The Loch Rannoch Highland Resort The Loch Rannoch Highland Resort sits on the banks of Loch Rannoch, in the picturesque village of Kinloch Rannoch, in Perthshire, Scotland. Rannoch has many attractions for the outdoor enthusiast whether that involves being active, making discoveries or just relaxing and observing. We’ve got it all, whether you’re a keen hiker, biker, Munro-bagger or nature-lover. There’s also archery, angling, stalking, shooting and water sports with the mountains, moors and Loch Rannoch on our doorstep. This is a great walking area whatever your ability, and there is much else of interest for those with a natural curiosity or other pursuits in mind. There is a wide network of paths and tracks and the most stunning scenery and views to enjoy while walking. If you enjoy a gentle stroll by the lochside, or in the hills or forests, or want to conquer a munro or a corbet, there’s something here for you. The Loch Rannoch Highland Resort is a holiday complex of 85 beautiful properties and can accommodate between two and eight guests with plenty of entertaining space. The properties are available to rent or if you wish to enjoy the beauty of Rannoch more often you can secure your own week(s). The Resort is dog friendly and welcomes dogs to enjoy the vast spaces around the Resort.
Natural beauty on your doorstep
Highland Lodges Every lodge has a beautiful view of the loch and the hills beyond with its own conservatory with large sliding doors or an out door space. Watch the beautiful sunsets, the wildlife and stunning scenery from the luxury of your lodge. The spacious sitting room has lovely open views with large patio doors leading into a furnished conservatory. The interior is tastefully furnished and offers plenty of space for entertaining. All lodges benefit from a television with DVD-player and come with free WiFi. The fully fitted kitchen is neat and well equipped and boasts all modern appliances. The lodges have double bedrooms containing â€œzip and linkâ€? single beds and have plenty of storage and hanging space. Each lodge has several toilets and bathrooms and the master bedroom will have an en-suite. On top of that each lodge has its own sauna to relax after a days outdoor activity. All bedding and towels are included.
Highland Lodges can accommodate 6 or 8 persons. The changeover day for the Highland Lodges is Saturday.
Lochside Lodges The Lochside lodges are right on the edge of the loch so you can truly enjoy the uninterupted views of the loch and its surroundings. The spacious sitting room has lovely open views with large patio doors leading onto a large balcony. Lochside 1, the former Doctors House even has its own garden. The interior is tastefully furnished and offers plenty of space for entertaining. All lodges benefit from a television with DVD-player and come with free WiFi. The fully fitted kitchen is neat and well equipped and boasts all modern appliances. The lodges have double bedrooms containing â€œzip and linkâ€? single beds and have plenty of storage and hanging space. Each lodge has several toilets and bathrooms and the master bedroom will have an en-suite. On top of that, some of the lodges have their own sauna to relax after a day of outdoor activity. The other lodges can make use of the shared sauna. All bedding and towels are included. Lochside Lodges can accommodate 4 or 6 persons. The changeover day for the Lochside Lodges is Saturday.
Our Apartment Lodges & Studio Apartments
The Apartment Lodges and Studio Apartments have the same high level of standards as the Highland Lodges and the Lochside Lodges, with patio doors allowing enjoyment of the lovely views across the loch with access into the furnished conservatory.
Each Apartment Lodge has one bedroom with two â€œzip and linkâ€? single beds, with a pull down Griffen double bed in the lounge for extra guests. Each Studio Apartment has a sofa bed and a pull down Griffen double bed in the lounge. Both the Apartments and the Studios have a dining table that seats four. The kitchen is neat and well equipped and boasts all modern appliances. Each Apartment and Studio can cater for up to four persons. The change over day for all Apartments and Studios is Friday.
All you need for a relaxed stay All our lodges and apartments are tastefully furnished and well equiped to make your stay hassle free and unforgetable. The spacious sitting rooms have lovely open views with large patio doors to enjoy the views. The interior is tastefully furnished and includes a games table, leather suite, and soft lighting provided by lamps. The large dining table and chairs are ideal for entertaining. All lodges benefit from a television providing Sky â€œfree to viewâ€? channels, a combi DVD/VCR and direct dial telephones incorporating voicemail. All lodges are equipped with free WiFi. The fully-fitted kitchen is neat and well equipped and boasts all modern appliances including; full-size oven and hob, fridge/freezer, microwave oven and dishwasher. There is a full range of crockery, cutlery, glassware and cooking utensils. We also provide all towels and cleaning essentials.
Shower, bath or sauna?
At The Loch Rannoch Highland Resort you donâ€™t have to choose between a shower, bath or sauna as almost all of our lodges have all of them. The en suite and second bathroom each have a full size bath, with shower and WC, heated towel rail and extractor fan. The wash hand basin has lighting and shaver point over. Each lodge has its own sauna. There is also a cloakroom with a toilet and wash hand basin on entry level in most lodges. To make your holiday even easier, we will provide all the towels and bathmats for your convenience.
* Private saunas available in most lodges, please ask for details.
Wake up refreshed
Enjoy the tranquillity of Loch Rannoch and wake up refreshed in our comfortable beds and enjoy the view from your room. All our double bedrooms have â€œzip and linkâ€? beds which can be set up as a twin or double bed. And if you do have a few extra guests, most Lodges have a pull down Griffen double bed in the lounge. The bedrooms have plenty of storage and hanging space, individual panel heaters, power points and reading lamps. The master bedrooms have an en suite bathroom. All bed linen and towels are included in your stay.
Buy or Let your highland retreat Enjoying the beauty of Rannoch and the Scottish Highlands is easy and affordable with The Loch Rannoch Highland Resort. Rannoch is in the heart of Scotland making Glasgow, Edinburgh and Inverness within driving distance of the Resort. There are also good train links to these cities and even to London with the overnight train from Euston to Pitlochry or Rannoch Station. Or take the scenic train to Fort William and Mallaig crossing the famous Glen Finnen Bridge on the Jacobite Steam Train. The Resort can offer you a Lodge to rent for the week or if you wish to enjoy the tranquillity of Rannoch on a more regular basis you can always opt to secure your week by buying your share in a Lodge. For more information about the options please contact The Loch Rannoch Highland Resort.
As you head north from Aberfeldy or west from Pitlochry, you will enter a different landscape – a remote part of Highland Perthshire where you wind your way along lochs, through forests and below mountain peaks. When you think you can go no further, you will arrive in one of our two villages, Tummel Bridge and Kinloch Rannoch, real Scottish communities nestling in the foothills of Schiehallion’s peak. Your adventure with nature has already begun on your journey, but in our beautiful glens you will experience the Scottish Highlands at their best – hidden gems of nature, outdoors activities and history for you to discover and enjoy.
In and around Rannoch
The Scottish Highlands on your doorstep
The Rannoch Glen is centrally located in Scotland making exploring the Scottish Highlands in all its glory an easy option. With the Cairngorms National Park an Glen Shee on our doorstep there is always something to explore.
The Rannoch Glen has a few independent local businesses to make your stay an enjoyable one. Why not try the local cuisine in one of the restaurants or tearooms? Go around on a bike or explore a part of the area on horseback and when your stay has almost come to an end, take a part of Rannoch home with you from one of the Studios/Galleries?
Shops, food & more in Rannoch Please check opening times for local businesses as they may vary in different seasons
Rannoch Studio The Square Tel: 01882 632 295
Riverbank Cafe centres on offering good quality, homemade food from Cakes, Bakes & Shortbread to go with your coffee or tea to Soups, Lunches & Snacks. There is a wide selection of Riverbank chutneys & jams for retail to take home for you. We also have a selection of homemade crafts & gifts.
Rannoch Studio offers a unique collection of design-led products which have been handcrafted by local Scottish artisans, alongside our own range of handcrafted special-occasion cards.
The Square, Kinloch Rannoch Opening Times Tuesday to Sunday10am-5pm Opening times: Monday to Friday 10am - 5pm The Square, Kinloch Rannoch
Kinloch Rannoch Equestrian Centre
The Country Store & Post Ofﬁce, situated towards the southern edge of the village, is open year round supplying essential items to residents and visitors alike.
For the beginner or novice looking for a truly hands on experience. Riding through ancient Caledonian pine forest and high moorland ridges with breathtaking views of this beautiful part of the highlands.
Shop Opening Hours: Monday - Saturday 08:00 - 18:00 Sunday 08:00 - 13:00 Post ofﬁce opening hours: Monday - Friday 09:30 - 11:30
Instructor: Andrew Dewar-McCabe • Mobile: 07867 416829 • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rannoch Station Tearoom is “probably the remotest Tearoom in Scotland”!
At the guesthouse you can enjoy a hearty home cooked meal and maybe indulge in a wee dram as we have over 25 Scottish Whiskies and a great selection of local beers and wines. Non residents welcome, pre booking required. Bridge of Gaur • Tel: 01882 633356 Opening times February to November Fully Licenced
Our aim is to provide good quality, home-cooked dishes which are prepared using local seasonal ingredients.
Enjoy a delicious, freshly prepared breakfast, lunch or tea.
The restaurant is open to non-residents daily from 6.30pm to 8pm.
We are open from mid March to the end of October 08:30 (10:00 on Sundays) until 16:30 every day apart from Fridays.
To make a reservation please email or call us email@example.com • 01882 633238
Rannoch Station 01882 633247 or 07557 271880
Shops & Food in Rannoch Produced by the local independent businesses of Rannoch
Points of interest 1. Clan Trail around Loch Rannoch. Heroic deeds and dark terror on plaques located at various sites. 2. Play park, picnic area and swings – Weller Polley Park Kinloch Rannoch 3. Loch Rannoch, the only loch in Europe with 3 distinct morphs of Arctic Charr “Ice Age” fish. Interpretation board at war memorial, and viewpoint, Kinloch Rannoch. 4. Allt Mor Waterfall and hydro scheme. 5. Kinloch Rannoch walks and picnic site. 6. Rannoch Station. Interpretation centre – Rannoch Moor and building the railway. Take a train trip on the West Highland Line, one of the most beautiful in Scotland, with Harry Potter connections. 7. Crannog – Bronze-age artificial island with folly built in the 19th century. A reconstruction of a small island prison. 8. Jess Mary’s Bay. Viewpoint and home of historic figure. 9. Camgourhan burn 10. The Black Wood of Rannoch 11. 4 cairns starting at Garry Bridge – story of the Road to the Isles. 12. Rannoch, an important supplier of green energy since 1930’s, has large sites and dams with interpretation boards. Now micro schemes such as Allt Mor let you see inside a turbine shed. 13. Queens View Loch Tummel - one of the most famous views in Scotland
Walks Trail marked Paths & Core Paths on Estate tracks 1. Kinloch Rannoch village walks 2. Craig Varr Kinloch Rannoch 3. Annat to Loch Garry and Dalnaspidal 4. Annat Circular 5. Loch Ericht to Dalwinnie 6. Rannoch Lodge Forest, Pamela’s Grave Loch Rannoch 7. Rannoch Lodge Forest Ben Alder, Loch Ericht to Dalwhinnie 8. Road to the Isles - Corrour. 9. Rannoch Station to Loch Laidon 10. Rannoch Moor to Kings House Glen Coe 11. Bridge of Gaur/Rannoch Forest Bridge of Orchy 12. Bridge of Gaur 13. Camghouran to Georgetown Hall around Finnart 14. Camghouran waterfall and river walk 15. Dall to Camghouran 16. The Black Wood of Rannoch 17. Dall to Glen Lyon 18. Carie to Glen Lyon 19. Carie 3 Trail-marked 20. MacGregor’s Cave 21. Schiehallion 22. Tummel Bridge
Transport Rannoch Dial-a-Bus, operated by: - Broons Buses and Taxis - Highland Travel General activity information Highland Perthshire has many outdoor adventures companies. Rafting/Kayaking/ Canoyoning/Bungee Jumping - 40 mins from Kinloch Rannoch. E.g. Nae Limits, Highland Fling Bungee, Freespirits, Splash. Golf Courses Aberfeldy - 18 holes Blair Atholl - 9 holes Pitlochry - 18 holes Kenmore - 9 holes Taymouth Castle, Kenmore - 18 holes
General information Birks Cinema in Aberfeldy Pitlochry Festival Theatre Pony Trekking Archery Eye Spy Wildlife Watching Highland Travel Guided Tours Kinloch Rannoch Equestrian Centre Parkdean Tummel Bridge Swimming pool Geocaching Cycling round the loch Angling and much more Detailed information can be found on:
The Rannoch area
More information We have tried to cover as much information about the Loch Rannoch Highland Resort and the area as we could however we realise that we canâ€™t put all the information in one brochure, there is just so much. If you wish to know anything about the Resort or the area please donâ€™t hesitate to contact us, we are happy to help. We look forward to welcoming you in Rannoch.
The Loch Rannoch Highland Resort The Avenue, Kinloch Rannoch, Perthshire, PH16 5PR www.lochrannochhighlandclub.com firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +44(0) 1796 471850
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