RESORTS IN United Kingdom

Below are a list of our resorts in United Kingdom.

Killin

The Bridge of Lochay

The Bridge of Lochay Hotel is in a set in the perfect location for you to relax in Breadalbane, one of Scotland's most picturesque areas. The hotel sits on the banks of the River Lochay, Killin, by the bridge that gives the hotel it's name. The hotel sits at the peaceful northern end of the village. ...

Killin

The Falls of Dochart Inn

Available from March 2019!
Traditional Inn, in the heart of Scotland,is an enviable location overlooking the spectacular Falls of Dochart means you will never forget your stay at our family run Inn.

Located amongst the unspoilt and breath-taking landscapes of Loch Lomond and Trossachs ...

Limited Availability
Perthshire

Loch Rannoch Highland Club

Loch Rannoch Highland Club consists of 85 attractive lodges with conservatories and patios overlooking the stunning views of the Loch. In this section we will look at each lodge block, the sizes, accessibility and extra details

To complete these comfortable units, quality furnishings, fit ...

Perthshire

Station House

There is a never ending list of things to do in the area. Whether you are looking for a relaxing break or looking to blow the cobwebs away and take part in some outdoor activities, shop, sample food and drink, Aberfeldy has it all.

Station House is situated in the centre of Aberfeldy, a b ...

Perthshire

The Killin Hotel

The Killin Perthshire Hotel is situated in the central Highlands of Perthshire at the west end of Loch Tay. It is arguably the most picturesque village in Scotland, surrounded by the most incredible and breathtaking mountains, rivers and lochs.

Killin Hotel has established its fine reputation ...

Perthshire

Town House

The Townhouse Aberfeldy is welcoming and contemporary with a strong hint of our Scottish heritage. Most of our rooms benefit from stunning views of the surrounding hills and inimitable Perthshire scenery. We offer off street parking and free wifi throughout. We aim to provide a warm Scottish welcome ...