Enjoy a free-range Highland break that will take your breath away - here are a few ideas for your stay....
Looking for a way to entertain children of all ages? Look no further than Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre.
Scotland, and more specifically, Stirling, are home to a variety of water features that attract tourists from near and far.
We keep a list of some good local walks available for you in the Lodges as well as Ordnance Survey Maps for use during your stay.
A Crannog is an ancient dwelling built on stilts in the water and you can go onto one and learn about life at Loch Tay many years ago.
Killin is one of Scotland’s hidden gems. It offers its visitors a scenic view of the parkland, where they can tee off without a care in the world.
Highland Safaris, winner of the Best Visitor Experience in Scotland offer an exciting combination of exhilarating Land Rover Safaris.
All riders are welcome to Mains of Taymouth Riding Stables, an independently stables run by a team who are passionate about horses.
Canadian Canoes or open Kayaks can be hired locally from the Outdoor centre and used on the River Lochay where it is quiet flowing into Loch Tay.