Enjoy dining in with magnificent views over Loch Earn
Lovely king-size bedroom with wonderful views over Loch Earn
Comfy lounge area, the perfect place to relax and enjoy a good film
View towards the charming lodge
Well-equipped kitchen, perfect for cooking up a storm
Stylish shower room with large shower cubical
Beautiful summers day on Loch Earn
The Loch's residents
Winter in beautiful Loch Earn
Winter hideaway
1 / 10  Enjoy dining in with magnificent views over Loch Earn
2 / 10  Lovely king-size bedroom with wonderful views over Loch Earn
3 / 10  Comfy lounge area, the perfect place to relax and enjoy a good film
4 / 10  View towards the charming lodge
5 / 10  Well-equipped kitchen, perfect for cooking up a storm
6 / 10  Stylish shower room with large shower cubical
7 / 10  Beautiful summers day on Loch Earn
8 / 10  The Loch's residents
9 / 10  Winter in beautiful Loch Earn
10 / 10  Winter hideaway

Loch Earn Lodge 2

Callander (11mls NE) , Perth and Kinross
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
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

  • Cosy romantic retreat nestled in a peaceful location overlooking the splendid Loch Earn
  • Located within Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, ideal for all outdoor pursuits
  • Perfectly positioned to visit the beautiful towns of Crieff and Callander
  • Within easy reach to the cities of Stirling, Perth and Edinburgh
  • Enjoy renowned salmon fishing available on the nearby River Earn
  • Walkers, hikers and mountain bikers can explore numerous tracks and ranges close by
Property code: 56769

This charming detached lodge perfect for a romantic retreat, enjoys magnificent views over Loch Earn. Nestled in a peaceful tranquil setting, in the grounds a fully licenced family run hotel.

Located in the picture postcard village of St Fillans, this lovely wood clad lodge enjoys magnificent views across Loch Earn and is perfect for couples seeking a holiday hideaway from which to explore the beautiful countryside of Perthshire. Set in the grounds of a family run hotel with a bar and restaurant overlooking the loch, there are walks galore through the scenic surroundings. A newly-built cycle lane leads to Comrie (5.5 miles) and Lochearnhead (7 miles) or pull on wetsuits for kayaking, paddle boarding or wakeboarding on the loch. For the golf enthusiast, there are 10 courses in the immediate area.

Your single-storey lodge-style accommodation has a spacious contemporary feel, with soft neutral tones and co-ordinating soft-furnishings. Windows have been positioned to take advantage of the wonderful loch views, creating a calming and peaceful atmosphere.

Step through the front garden area, up a small flight of steps and enter the hallway leading to the light, bright and spacious open-plan interior. Cook up a storm in the well-equipped kitchen area and share cosy meals at the dining table, gazing out across the loch. Curl up in the cosy sofa to watch a film together or share a bottle of wine as you chat about your day. Freshen up in your spacious shower room before snuggling up in your king-size bed and gazing out at the tranquil waters of the loch.

Your pretty front garden looks onto the loch, a lovely spot to sit with a morning coffee. Light the BBQ for a relaxed al fresco meal washed down with a local ale or wee dram of whisky. There is parking for one car in front of the lodge.

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

  • 1 bedroom - king-size
  • 1 shower room
  • Electric oven and hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Bed linen and towels included
  • Off-road parking for 1 car
  • Wi-Fi included
  • 2 dogs welcome not allowed in the bedroom
  • Shops, restaurants and pub within walking distance
  • TV/DVD in lounge
  • Charcoal BBQ available
  • Minimum 3 night stay

The area surrounding your cottage is an outdoor enthusiast's paradise. Enjoy evening walks around the tranquil loch spotting kingfishers, kestrels and red kites. Enjoy views towards Strathearn as you follow the St Fillans Viewpoint circular woods, leading you past the power stations and through woodlands of Stika Spruce. Lace up your walking boots and bag yourself a Munro. Ben Vorlich (10 miles) is a very popular hillwalk where you are rewarded with panoramic views across central Scotland or head to Ben Lawers (21 miles), the highest mountain in the Southern Highlands.

Explore the wonderful Highland scenery on The Rings of Breadalbane (14.5 miles), a series of walking and cycling trails leading through the countryside, including a 100-mile road-cycling route, or shorter trails through picturesque villages and pretty towns. Part of the Rob Roy Way long distance path, the Glen Ogle Trail (7 miles) is a popular walking and cycling trail with gentle climbs and a crossing of the impressive Glen Ogle Viaduct.

Discover the secrets of whisky production at The Famous Grouse Experience (12 miles) where you can find out how whisky is made and blended, and of course sample a few yourself! Not to be missed is a trip to Doune Castle (26.5 miles), recognisable from films and TV shows such as Game of Thrones and Outlander. Step back in time in the great hall and admire the view from the battlements over the River Teith and towards the Menteith Hills.

This property is personally managed by Lucy.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 9 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Julie 21st September 2019

Beautiful setting and fairly central for visiting various attractions. Lodge well thought out and adequately equipped for two. Be aware, no freezer compartment in fridge so planned picnics had to be abandoned as couldnt freeze cool blocks for the food. Particularly enjoyed sitting at the table and watching boats etc on the loch (through the gaps inRead more the trees but could still see plenty) and then deer visiting the garden opposite. Hide

Reviewed by Laura 24th August 2019

The cottage was cosy but tiny it was hard to manoveur dogs in such a small space.

Reviewed by Janet 17th August 2019

What can I say, this was our first ever holiday together as well as our 25th wedding anniversary and it did not disappoint. Very cosy little Lodge with a stunning view and we did not want for anything, (in fact we did not need to bring half of the things we did) Staff and locals were all so lovely and welcoming. Was a bonus for us to be able to briRead moreng our 2 small dogs also. Loch Earn is a little gem and so is this Lodge. Hide

Reviewed by Diane 22nd April 2019

The cottage is comfortable and cosy and perfectly adequate for two people. As the living area is combined with the kitchen, the 'living's space is limited but, again, enough.

Reviewed by Helen 22nd December 2018

This is a small lodge with the lounge dining and kitchen in one room . Lovely decoration clean fantastic shower but a bit smaller than we expected from photos it looked like the lounge was a separate room.

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