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The Log Cabin

Ardeonaig, Stirling and Clackmannanshire
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Sun
Dogs welcome 2
3 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Open fire / woodburner
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Romantic
Family friendly
Rustic
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At a glance

  • Enjoy sailing, kayaking and fishing on Loch Tay
  • Ideal for walkers and hikers with nearby Ben Lawers mountain range
  • Take in the outstanding views from the privacy of your own lodge
Property code: CA351

This quaint and quirky cabin offers unique holiday accommodation, perfect for a small family or couple looking to make the most of the great Scottish outdoors.

Superbly located on the edge of Loch Tay, this traditional log cabin set in a tranquil spot offers a true escape from the madness of daily life. Surrounded by spectacular scenery and plenty of wildlife, it has its own access to the shore and is perfect for a family or a couple seeking a relaxing retreat. This single-storey log cabin is a delight, with its timber walls and ceilings creating a cosy feel, enhanced by the presence of a welcoming wood burner. The floor-to-ceiling windows in the lounge allow the natural light to flood in and offer lovely views of the garden and loch beyond.

 

As you open the door to the property, you are greeted by the charming lounge. With a large comfy sofa and a couple of armchairs arranged enticingly around the wood burner, you may immediately feel the need to sink back and just take in the peace and quiet. With its cheerful hints of blue, and glorious views through the huge window, this is a lovely room in which to unwind and relax. From here, you can wander into the pretty dining room with its huge picture window that overlooks the lush gardens outside, and a scattering of interesting prints on the wall. It makes a great spot for birdwatching. A hatch opens into the adjacent, well-equipped kitchen, so you can easily pass through plates of food and whoever is cooking need not miss out on the conversation. In the evenings, relax in the lounge before heading to one of the two cosy bedrooms – one double and one twin – where a blissful night’s sleep awaits. There is one family bathroom with a shower over the bath, hand basin and WC, and also a separate WC in the cloakroom. Should you get especially muddy after a wet walk and need to do some washing, the utility room conveniently has a washing machine.

 

Outside, there is a large stretch of lawn around the property along with a table and chairs – the perfect spot to enjoy a steaming cup of coffee while you take in the glorious views of the loch and surrounding mountains. There is also plenty of parking space. Anglers will enjoy the opportunities for trout fishing in the loch, and for those with canine companions, there are plenty of walks straight from the front door.

  • 2 bedrooms – 1 double, 1 twin
  • 1 bathroom with bath, shower and WC, 1 separate WC
  • Electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge, kettle and toaster
  • Utility room with washing machine, freezer (freezer is located in the utility room) 
  • Wood burner – logs included
  • TV
  • Private parking - please note this is approx. 20 yards away and four steps down to the property
  • Please note guests will need to bring their own towels
  • 2 dogs welcome
  • Fishing for trout available from Loch Tay
  • Pub and shop 6.5 miles
  • Arrival: 16:00 onwards
  • Departure: before 10:00 unless otherwise stated in your arrival details
  • 2 dogs allowed. Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week
  • Please note there is a refundable £150 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday

With Loch Tay on your doorstep and superb countryside all around, you may well decide to stay put for your stay. However, just 8 miles down the road is the village of Killin, on the edge of beautiful Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. With the dramatic Falls of Dochart at its centre, the village also offers a good selection of pubs, restaurants and cafes along with a convenient Co-op for any supplies you might need.

From fishing to kayaking, the area, known as Breadalbane (or “the high ground of Scotland”) is a paradise for all lovers of the great outdoors. Serious climbers will want to head for Ben Lawers (16.5 miles), Scotland's 10th highest mountain. But equally there are opportunities for golf, horse riding, and mountain biking. Wildlife lovers may enjoy one of the tours available to spot red squirrels, deer, otters, pine martens and golden eagles.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 12 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Ann 1st May 2022

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The location is stunning, peaceful and beautiful. However when we arrived on 1 May we were disappointed that a massive oak tree had obviously come down in the storms, however from the guest book this was in March and it was still down and didn't look as though there was any intention of moving it and it was across a large portion of the garden whicRead moreh was quite an eye sore and we hadn't been notified before hand, which I feel would have been courteous. Hide

Reviewed by Louise 10th October 2021

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We were dismayed on arrival to see the cabin grounds covered with fresh sheep droppings. They must have been there for a period of time. Beware sheep are just adjacent and 1 or 2 possible breaches in fence that dogs prone to investigating could slip through. So much more could be done to make the cabin interior attractive without huge expenditure. Read moreDuvets need to be upgraded for the colder season. The sitting area was warm enough. A car required to explore most walks. Hide

Reviewed by Pauline 12th September 2021

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Lovely cosy cabin with absolutely everything you could possibly need. Spectacular surroundings, so peaceful you never want to leave. Loved watching the wildlife during the day and getting cosy around the log burner at night.

Reviewed by Alexa 4th July 2021

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Reviewed by David 13th June 2021

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Reviewed by Joanne 7th June 2021

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We had a lovely stay at the log cabin. The enclosed garden is well maintained and was fantastic for our dogs to run around in, with access to the side of the loch. The cabin is cosy and well equipped, and the beds are comfortable. we particularly loved the large windows so we could watch the frequent visits from squirrels, woodpeckers, pheasants anRead mored an array of other small birds. Hide

Reviewed by Ian 23rd May 2021

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Reviewed by Tracey 9th May 2021

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Fell in love with The Log Cabin and that mesmerising view The wild life is amazing red squirrel deer and birds galore Loch Tay is beautiful and the shoreline down from the Cabin is magical Killin is a lovely little place stunning falls and everything else you need We found some stunning walks but most have to be driven to. Kenmore Hill is a lovely Read morelocal wine to be done Also the Falls of Locharn Hide

Reviewed by Mitchell 4th October 2020

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The Cabin is a lovely property set in a wonderful location. The wildlife gave us all the entertainment we needed during the day and especially at the squirrels feeding time (and boy do they feed a lot). For October the weather was very warm but the dark cooler evenings needed the log burner which gave out a tremendous heat making a very cosy livingRead more area. Hide

Reviewed by Pauline 13th September 2020

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Lovely warm and cosy cabin in the most beautiful surroundings. Spent hours just watching the amazing wildlife and taking in the views. Will Definitely book again.

Reviewed by Matt 6th September 2020

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Awful Excellent location let down by very tired and grubby cottage Awaiting response from cottages and castles

Reviewed by Ladan 19th July 2020

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Location

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Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

From the isolated and peaceful Shetland Islands in the north to the thriving border towns and cities in the south, across wild mountains and serene lochs, and encompassing over 700 islands, Scotland’s rich and dramatic landscape simply must be seen to be appreciated. Scotland is home to the ten highest mountains in the UK – including Ben Nevis, the UK’s highest peak – and is bordered by three seas, offering epic scenery unlike any other you may have seen.

Whether you choose to explore the Highlands, lowlands or islands, lovers of the great outdoors will be thrilled by the stunning Scottish landscapes where some of the rarest UK wildlife can be glimpsed, including golden eagles, dolphins and whales. Take a road trip on the North Coast 500, Scotland’s version of Route 66, to experience the sheer beauty of the land’s wilderness or, as Scotland is the home of golf, either tee off at one of the 550 courses across parkland, heathland and links courses.

Scotland is also a land of unique culture where the people are renowned for their incredible warmth and hospitality. Experience the peaceful Isle of Lewis where Scots Gaelic is widely spoken, or immerse yourself in the cosmopolitan cities of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen which are vibrant with thriving arts scenes, delicious restaurants and bustling nightlife. And no trip to Scotland is complete without exploring the castles and distilleries: learn about clan rivalries or bloody battles amongst 13th-century battlements or try a taste of Scotland itself during a tour of one of the 120 whisky distilleries. Pure Scottish culture in a glass.

With so many beautiful places to visit and things to experience, a break to Scotland should not be missed. Our fantastic Scottish holiday cottages will ensure a truly memorable getaway. Whether it’s a dog-friendly countryside cottage for two, or a vast and resplendent castle for the entire clan on a tranquil island, we have a holiday in Scotland to suit everyone.

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