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View towards the lodge
View from the front door
Lounge area
Kitchen area
King-size bedroom
Bathroom
Cosy welcoming bar in hotel
Amazing views from hotel restaurant
View from the hotel grounds
Views over the Loch
Local residents
Views over the Loch
1 / 12  View towards the lodge
2 / 12  View from the front door
3 / 12  Lounge area
4 / 12  Kitchen area
5 / 12  King-size bedroom
6 / 12  Bathroom
7 / 12  Cosy welcoming bar in hotel
8 / 12  Amazing views from hotel restaurant
9 / 12  View from the hotel grounds
10 / 12  Views over the Loch
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12 / 12  Views over the Loch

Loch Earn Lodge

Callander (11mls NE) , Perth and Kinross
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Complex of properties
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
Log Cabin / Lodge
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Situated within Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park
  • Overlooking the beautiful Loch Earn
  • Perfect location for cyclists and walkers
  • On site restaurant and bar which offers magnificent views across the mountains and Loch
  • Water sports enthusiasts are well catered for in the immediate area
  • River Earn renowned for its salmon and trout fishing
Property code: 45288

This charming well-presented detached lodge enjoys magnificent views over Loch Earn. Nestled in a peaceful tranquil setting, in the grounds of a beautiful up market fully licenced family run hotel which features a bar and restaurant overlooking the Loch.  Located in St Fillans, within Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, which also forms the gateway to the splendid Southern Highlands, in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

This Scottish log cabin boasts the most fantastic views across Loch Earn with the towering Ben Vorlich in the distance, and with a hotel/restaurant on the doorstep too it’s a pretty perfect place to be.

The cabin sits among a few others in the grounds of a family-run hotel and enjoys beautiful loch views from both inside and out in the front garden. The open-plan living space has a lounge area to one end, with comfy leather sofas, an electric fire and a TV/DVD to snuggle up in front of, plus a small dining table in the window. To the other end, a compact kitchen has everything you’ll need whether you’re planning full evening meals with all the trimmings on the electric oven and hob, or just popping in an easy microwave meal. And on warm summer days, there’s a BBQ in the garden too for laid-back dining al fresco. The washing machine is a useful addition, particularly if visiting during the wetter months. There’s nothing worse than heading back out for more exploring in damp clothes from the previous day’s adventures. The modern bathroom has a bath and a shower attachment over it, and at the end of a long day in the fresh air, you’ll be thankful for the crisp white sheets in the king-size bedroom to collapse into with a good book. Outside, as well as the garden with seating and a BBQ, there’s a private parking space and room to securely lock away bikes if required.

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

  • Bedroom - 1 king-size
  • 1 bathroom with shower over the bath and WC
  • Kitchen - with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine
  • TV, DVD and Hi-Fi in the lounge
  • Bed linen and towels included
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Lockable storage available for bikes
  • 2 dogs welcome not allowed in the bedroom
  • Shops, pubs and restaurants within walking distance

The property lies 0.5 miles down the road from the village store, and 6 miles to Comrie for a bigger selection of shops. The restaurant in the onsite hotel has panoramic views over the tranquil loch so don't miss popping in during your stay, but if you want to venture further afield there's a scattering of restaurants along the shoreline to try. There are a wide range of walks and cycle trails for all levels in the area – including a 4-mile circular walk through woods behind the house up to a high point with stunning views, and a popular route from Comrie to Deil's Cauldron for the beautiful falls and pools which also is about 4 miles in length and can be combined with a steep climb up to the Melville Monument. Keen hikers can tackle Ben Chonzie, 10 miles from the house, which is considered a fairly easy hike by Munro standards and can be climbed in around 4 to 5 hours – but still counts as bagging one! Try your hand at catching some of the plentiful trout and salmon in the River Earn 0.5 miles away or get onto the loch with a whole host of activities to choose from – including sedate stand-up paddle boarding to high-speed inflatable rides.

This property is personally managed by Lucy.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 11 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.7
Overall equipment
4.5
Overall comfort
4.5
Overall location
4.7

Reviewed by Margaret 11th October 2019

what a Fantastic holiday we had the cabin was perfect in every way, best week sleep that I had bed was so comfy didn't want to get out of it lots to see and do Glencoe has fantastic views and worth the visit. Brad met us on arrival and Explained every thing to us about the cabin really nice man. our dog loved it too garden is enclosed so dogs can gRead moreo in and out as they please. I will certainly be back. Hide

Reviewed by Caroline 4th October 2019

central location for visiting a lot of places, friendly, helpful and lovley cheese loaf/sherry on arrival

Reviewed by Dianne 21st September 2019

The Cottage is in a beautiful location with amazing views. It is beautifully appointed with all amenities and utensils provided that you could need. I would definitely recommend the Cottage to any and all

Reviewed by Aaron 9th August 2019

Stayed for 1 week. Cottage was equiped with everything we could need. Brilliant location on loch Earn. Perrect for exploring the local area.

Reviewed by Matthew 16th June 2019

What a wonderful place this is!!! Bradley was very welcoming and helpful, showed us the cottage and pointed out the local walks, amenities etc and left us to it. The cottage was lovely, cosy and very quiet, we must have seen 5 people pass the property while we were there. Perfect size for 2 and literally a stones throw from the loch and the view isRead more beautiful! 1 1/2 drive to Edinburgh and something and somewhere to explore in every direction, just perfect. Did I mention the view?! Hide

Reviewed by anthony 27th May 2019

this Is a great lodge for some peace and quiet and also a good base for exploring other parts of Scotland .the owners are very helpful and phoned us halfway through our stay to make sure everything was ok. we enjoyed our 5 nights at the lodge ,thankyou

Reviewed by Irene 17th May 2019

I thoroughly enjoyed my weekend at Loch Earn. The lodge was spotless and very comfortable, especially the king-size bed! There was everything you could need. The view from the lodge was stunning and I enjoyed sitting outside looking across the loch. The garden was secure so my dog could wander about freely. I would definitely book another holiday hRead moreere. Hide

Reviewed by Denise 1st April 2019

the description of cottage location was not as describe it was off a rough lane not in hotel grounds we also seems to have uninvited guest in roof space or below lots of scratchings and bumps heard all night keeping us awake

Reviewed by Leisa 29th March 2019

Property was clean, extra touch to have toiletries and welcome hamper of milk, tea and coffee and breakfast cereal. Beautiful outlook from sofa and bed. Will definitely visit again.

Reviewed by George 22nd December 2018

Better external lighting, especially in Winter. We had a very good torch and the owner did offer a torch. It would be helpful, if in the description it was made clear that though the cottage is dig friendly the hotel is not.

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Location

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