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Craiganour Lodge

Kinloch Rannoch, Perth and Kinross
Sleeps 18
Bedrooms 9
Bathrooms 9
Change Sun
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Open fire / woodburner
Increased accessibility
Internet access
Games / Play facilities
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Family friendly
Sky TV
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Located within the grounds of a grand estate
  • Abundance of scenic walks throughout the 21,000 acre grounds
  • Scenic walks across the terrain, to fishing and clay pigeon shooting on-site
  • Panoramic views of Schiehallion and the Black Wood of Rannoch
  • Magnificent interior with welcoming decor and antique furniture

 

Property code: CA079

Commanding exquisite views across Loch Rannoch to majestic mountains and ancient woodland, this grand property is perfect for celebrating special occasions.

Enjoy a luxurious holiday in the Perthshire countryside with a stay on this remarkable 21,000-acre estate. With fishing and clay pigeon shooting on-site, a daily housekeeper and optional catering facilities, this property is the perfect home for a birthday or anniversary celebration for all the family. Sleeping 18 across an impressive nine bedrooms, you can rest assured that there’ll be space for all in this wonderful home, and as it is situated on the brink of the Tay Forest Park and 20 miles from the Cairngorms National Park, you can be certain that there’ll be plenty to see and do throughout your stay.

From the outside this stunning property is a traditional Victorian hunting lodge, yet the interior has been entirely modernised and boasts a minimalist luxury throughout. Soft, natural colours and clean white walls provide a classic place to relax, whilst charming antique furniture adds to the character of the home. Each room in the house is incredibly spacious and boasts stunning views of the surrounding gardens and countryside.

Arguably the most beautiful room in the house is the delightful sitting room on the ground floor. A long, bright room boasts French doors that lead out onto the garden, stunning loch views from large white windows and plenty of space to sit and relax. The room benefits from two wood burners, fully stocked with plenty of logs, and is an enjoyable space to relax with a good book or enjoy a glass of local Scotch. For activities, games and relaxing, head to the modern family room. With a spacious L-shaped corner sofa facing a TV, a fully stocked wall of books, toys and DVDs and plenty of space to play, this room is ideal for those with energetic younger kids or teenagers looking to hang out. Once dinner has been prepared by yourselves or the optional catering staff, make use of the regal dining room at the long antique table which seats up to 18 guests.

The first of nine bedrooms can be found on the ground floor - a spacious double with an en-suite bathroom that benefits from increased accessibility. Head upstairs for eight further bedrooms. The master bedroom is a stunning, minimalist space with a large, comfortable bed and remarkable views from the windows. All seven of the remaining bedrooms are versatile king-size or twin rooms, thanks to zip-and-link beds, and all boast en-suites or private bathrooms.

The vast estate ensures plenty of outdoor space to relax, and a dedicated garden can be found directly to the rear of the house. Head out via the beautiful drawing room to find a spacious lawned garden with beautiful flower beds and a croquet lawn. The patio space has outdoor furniture, making it perfect for an early evening al fresco tipple.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

Please note there is a refundable £500 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.

  • 9 bedrooms: 1 double, 8 king-size which can be converted into twins
  • 9 Bathrooms: 9 en-suites bathrooms. 2 separate WC
  • Dishwashers, electric ovens, freezer, fridge/freezer, fridges, gas hob,
  • Utility room with washing machine and dryer
  • Open fire – log baskets refilled each morning
  • SkyTV, DVD,
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Private gardens with patio and garden furniture
  • Ample off-road parking
  • 2 dogs welcome - please note dogs are not allowed in bedrooms or on any furniture
  • Games room with TV, board games, table tennis and grand piano
  • Clay pigeon shooting and trout fishing available on-site by prior arrangement
  • Croquet lawn
  • Private parking on driveway
  • Shop and café within 6 miles
  • The house is offered as a self-catering property but catering can be arranged
  • The property comes with a full-time housekeeper who is available daily should guests wish

For a fun and unique activity close to home, clay pigeon shooting is available on the estate by prior arrangement. A fishing permit can also be organised so that you can head out to Loch Rannoch, just 300 metres from home. Alternatively, enjoy a 3-mile waterside walk along the loch to reach the village of Kinloch Rannoch, where you'll find charming local pubs, tearooms and a grocery store with local produce.

Those looking to enjoy some of Perthshire's wonderful scenery can head to the Tay Forest National Park, just 10.5 miles away, or even the much larger Cairngorm National Park just 20 miles from the property. Whilst the vast estate doesn't benefit from any towering Munros, it does offer some impressive mountain peaks that are well worth a hike as well as some great spots for mountain biking adventures.

If you're looking to learn a little more about the history of the area then visit Taymouth Castle (22 miles), Castle Menzies (20 miles) or Blair Castle (20 miles), where you can learn about the Scottish clans of the past. Children will love the Iron Age dwelling at The Scottish Crannog Centre (19.5 miles) and older guests will jump at a distillery tour, as there are six whisky distilleries within a 30-mile radius of the house. Family members of all ages will be up for the enjoyable Highland Safari tour (18 miles) which offers the chance to see a variety of local wildlife.

This property is personally managed by Gavin.

Guest comments

Reviewed by Mrs Warmington May 2019

Great house for a family get together. Well equipped with everything we could have needed. Sonya was great always ready to help.

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Location

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