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Tigh Na Linn

Bridge of Gaur, Perth and Kinross
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
No Dogs
4 star
Waterside views
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
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At a glance

  • Beautiful holiday cottage with a blend of traditional and contemporary features
  • Stunning views of the loch and countryside from all bedrooms
  • Cycle or stroll around Loch Rannoch straight from your front door
Property code: CA380

This charming holiday cottage with a charming decor, has the loch on its doorstep and is the perfect place for a getaway without disturbances from modern life.

For families seeking a rural retreat to escape from the modern world, this remote whitewashed cottage is the perfect haven for a digital detox. Surrounded by open countryside and set in 0.75 acres of gardens and woodlands, this holiday hideaway allows you to spend your days spotting wildlife along the banks of Loch Rannoch, walking among the deer on Rannoch Moor or hiking the rugged mountains of Glencoe. You’re not completely cut off from civilisation though, the nearest restaurant is 3 miles away and the general store is 12 miles from the cottage.


This traditional cottage sits in gorgeous surroundings in the quiet hamlet of Bridge of Gaur, at the head of Loch Rannoch. The gardens are extensive with plenty of room for younger guests to play before snuggling up in bed for a peaceful night’s sleep. All the bedrooms look out across the fields to the river so you can drift off to the sound of the burbling water.


Enter your isolated idyll into the spacious hall where polished floorboards are adorned with bright rugs creating a warm welcome. Prepare hearty family meals in the galley-style kitchen to share around the table in the dining room. Sink into one of the cosy sofas in the living room, an inviting space to play a board game as the open fire crackles. There is no TV reception at the cottage, but a DVD player is provided so you can watch a family film together.


Head upstairs to the first floor where you will find the three generous bedrooms and family bathroom. The restful double bedroom is decorated in neutral tones with bright soft furnishings and colourful artwork. Off the hall is a further spacious twin bedroom and a pretty single bedroom.


With extensive lawns and woodland stretching to 0.75 acres, there is plenty of space for garden games and picnic lunches. Wander through the woodland in search of wildlife or stroll down to the banks of the loch to dip your toes and watch the wildfowl on the water.

Please note there is a refundable £150 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.

  • Sleeps 4+1 - 1 double, 1 twin and 1 single (suitable for child or small adult)
  • 1 bathroom – 1 bathroom and 1 separate WC
  • Electric oven, microwave, fridge, kettle, toaster and dishwasher
  • Open fire – one basket of logs provided
  • There is no TV reception, however there is a TV and DVD player.
  • Enclosed lawned garden with natural woodland area
  • Regret no pets
  • Please note this property does not have Wi-Fi
  • Shop 12 miles, tearoom 6 miles,
  • Moor of Rannoch award winning restaurant 6 miles
  • Private water supply – drinking water supplied

This is a wild and unspoilt part of Scotland which is a haven for walkers and wildlife enthusiasts. Head from your front door on a ramble across the fields and into the countryside, spotting roe deer and red squirrels along the way. Hop on your bikes for a cycle around the 22-mile circumference of tranquil Loch Rannoch or hire a boat for a peaceful day of fishing on the water. Discover the turbulent history of the area as you follow the Clan Trail around the loch, where informative boards reveal the lawless past of the clan families.

Bag a Munro with a day walking Schiehallion (14 miles) for extensive views across Rannoch Moor and across to Glencoe, or breathe in the rich scent of Scots pines and birch on a hike through Rannoch Forest (9.5 miles) in search of cascading waterfalls and hidden lochans.

For outdoor adventures all year round, the spectacular mountains of Glenshee (61 miles) offer fabulous walking and mountain biking opportunities in the summer, and ski and snowboard adventures during the winter season. Climb Carn Aosda, discover the craggy landscape of Creag a'Choire Dhirich and feel a sense of solitude on Carn a'Gheoidh with views over the Glenshee resort. In the winter the area is transformed into a ski centre to rival the Alps, with more than 2000 acres, 21 lifts and 36 runs for all abilities.

Sarah Gordon

This property is personally managed by Sarah.

Guest comments

Reviewed by Mr Petre August 2019

This is a really lovely cottage, away from the hordes. That means you have to stock up well before you arrive - a return trip to Aberfeldy or Pitlochry for shopping will take in the region of 3 hours. Remember to fuel your car fully on the way in - you can only get diesel in Kinloch Rannoch, petrol will require a lengthy round trip. However, as a rRead moreeward for the distance you will have peace and quiet, access to fantastic scenery all around - with the opportunity to take walks into the Black Wood of Rannoch (with some really stunning remnants of Caledonian pine and mixed forest), out along Loch Laidon to the centre of Rannoch moor or over to Corrour. Schiehallion is at the other end of Loch Rannoch and there are several summits within easy striking distance of the house. A track all the way through to Bridge of Orchy begins right beside the house - the railway line can be used to do one way walks or cycle rides to or from Bridge of Orchy or Corrour. The house has been refurbished to a high standard, and was spotlessly clean when we arrived - the kitchen is well equipped with the conveniences you need to prepare your meals, and given the location, you will most likely want to cook at home, although there are restaurants and other eateries at Rannoch Station and Kinloch Rannoch (5 and 11 miles). The water supply is private and from the hill, so the water you will bathe in is quite peaty - really not a problem, but you would probably not want to try washing white clothes. There was a plentiful supply of bottled water for drinking when we arrived. There is a fire place in the living room and a stove in the kitchen. Some logs are supplied when you arrive and there is a phone number you can ring to order more if needed - since the house is equipped with electric wall heaters in every room, you probably won't need logs for warmth. Hide

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