Cosy, compact, comfortable terraced south facing one bedroom lodge which sleeps 2 (plus baby in cot if requested) with shower room, set within the wooded hillside above the village of Killin.
Each lodge is equipped with flat screen TV, FreeSat box and DVD player together with a CD player and a comfortable settee and chair ensures a relaxing stay.
The kitchen is equipped with oven and hob, microwave, fridge freezer, toaster, kettle and enough cutlery and crockery for 2 guests.
Rowan Lodges 1, 2 and 4 have a double bed and Rowan Lodge 3 has a superking bed which can be made up as 2 singles if requested at the time of booking.
All beds are made up for guests arrival and towels can be hired as an extra if required.
Each Rowan Lodge has its own deck area with table and chairs and there is a picnic bench available nearby for guests to enjoy the view down to Killin village. Each lodge looks over a grassy area and beyond that to the mountains around Loch Tay.
A good Wifi signal is available inside the lodge and most mobile phone netwoks provide a good signal (except O2).
The lodge is all electric and £1 coins are required for the meter. The pet charge is £30 (stays of up to 4 days) and £40 (stays of more than 4 days).
Killin Highland Lodges is a family-focussed holiday lodge park. We have a good selection of outdoor games and activities for younger guests to enjoy. These include outdoor basketball, badminton, footballs, a giant Connect4, tennis rackets, hula hoops, a Swingball, horse (tyre) swing, a football field and (coming soon) a climbing frame.
Guests can enjoy mingling at the Fire Pit which is across the football field. Immediately behind the lodges there is a grassy area and beyond that shrubs and trees. There is a path which allows access onto the hill behind the lodges which leads to a forest road where long views down the length of Loch Tay can be enjoyed.
The open view at the front of the park is to the hills on the south side of Loch Tay and it's interesting to see an occasional helicopter flying below Lodge level as they fly along the loch.