A Victorian hunting lodge on the banks of magnificent Loch Tay
Perched on the banks of a loch near the quaint village of Killin, Loch Tay Lodge in Scotland comprises 13 luxurious en-suite bedrooms, making it the ideal location for a family getaway. Even though this historic hunting lodge can sleep up to 29 people, every inch feels cosy, warm and welcoming – from the rustic, exposed brickwork to the traditional stone hearth in the sitting room.
Interiors are atmospheric with a grand, medieval feel: think authentic vaulted ceilings, sumptuous, deep pile rugs and show-stealing lighting fixtures wrought from iron. Oh, and a spacious library, accented with rich, dark wood and offering row upon row of classic books. Panoramic windows are dotted throughout – through which you can admire the ever-changing view of the loch as the day’s dying light dances over the water.