Holiday House Details
Tigh Na Linn
Bridge of Gaur
(8 reviews)
From £675 per week
Sleeps 5
3 bedrooms
1 single, 1 twin

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Weekly Rates

From DateTo DateWeekly RateDeposit
Sat 07 Sep 2019Fri 20 Sep 2019£810£245
Sat 21 Sep 2019Fri 04 Oct 2019£755£230
Sat 05 Oct 2019Fri 25 Oct 2019£755£230
Sat 26 Oct 2019Fri 08 Nov 2019£725£220
Sat 09 Nov 2019Fri 20 Dec 2019£675£205
Sat 21 Dec 2019Fri 27 Dec 2019£925£280
Sat 28 Dec 2019Fri 03 Jan 2020£1,000£300
Sat 04 Jan 2020Fri 07 Feb 2020£675£205
Sat 08 Feb 2020Fri 03 Apr 2020£725£220
Sat 04 Apr 2020Fri 24 Apr 2020£755£230
Sat 25 Apr 2020Fri 22 May 2020£755£230
Sat 23 May 2020Fri 29 May 2020£810£245
Sat 30 May 2020Fri 19 Jun 2020£810£245
Sat 20 Jun 2020Fri 04 Sep 2020£825£250
Sat 05 Sep 2020Fri 25 Sep 2020£810£245
Sat 26 Sep 2020Fri 02 Oct 2020£755£230
Sat 03 Oct 2020Fri 23 Oct 2020£755£230
Sat 24 Oct 2020Fri 06 Nov 2020£725£220
Sat 07 Nov 2020Sun 20 Dec 2020£675£205
Mon 21 Dec 2020Sun 27 Dec 2020£925£280
Mon 28 Dec 2020Sun 03 Jan 2021£1,000£300
Mon 04 Jan 2021Fri 05 Feb 2021£675£205
Sat 06 Feb 2021Fri 19 Mar 2021£725£220
Sat 20 Mar 2021Fri 16 Apr 2021£755£230
Sat 17 Apr 2021Fri 28 May 2021£755£230
Sat 29 May 2021Fri 04 Jun 2021£810£245
Sat 05 Jun 2021Fri 18 Jun 2021£810£245
Sat 19 Jun 2021Fri 10 Sep 2021£825£250
Sat 11 Sep 2021Fri 24 Sep 2021£810£245
Sat 25 Sep 2021Fri 01 Oct 2021£755£230
Sat 02 Oct 2021Fri 22 Oct 2021£755£230
Sat 23 Oct 2021Fri 05 Nov 2021£725£220
Sat 06 Nov 2021Mon 20 Dec 2021£675£205
Tue 21 Dec 2021Mon 27 Dec 2021£925£280
Tue 28 Dec 2021Mon 03 Jan 2022£1,000£300


We love this beautifully refurbished traditional holiday cottage set in gorgeous surroundings in the quiet hamlet of Bridge of Gaur, at the head of Loch Rannoch. Tigh na Linn has been sympathetically and stylishly presented so that it is full of original features, and has a charming and welcoming ambience as well as excellent quality finish and style. There is an open fire in the cosy sitting room and a wood burner in the stylish dining room. All the bedrooms look out across the field to the river and you are sure to enjoy a good night's sleep in these tranquil and comfortable surroundings. The garden is extensive and mostly lawn and woodland and is fully enclosed so children can play happily. There is no TV reception but there is a TV and DVD player to enjoy on quiet evenings in. This is an idyllic, secluded and charming self catering holiday cottage in Perthshire and not to be missed.

This is a wild and beautiful area of Scotland with the dramatic Rannoch Moor and the imposing mountains of Schiehallion and Ben Alder on the door step. Walkers will love the area with the mountains of Glencoe and dramatic lochs within striking distance. Guests can cycle round Loch Rannoch or hire a boat and enjoy a peaceful day casting over the water, whilst surrounded by the stunning scenery and the sound of silence. There is superb wildlife in the area including herds of deer, ospreys and even eagles. The remote Rannoch station and the "Harry Potter" railway line, recently voted the world's best rail journey, takes you to the west coast. The original Caledonian Forest with its impressive waterfalls is also close by. Alternatively, head to the House of Bruar for some exclusive retail therapy or enjoy historic castles at Blair Atholl and Aberfeldy.

Private water supply - Drinking water supplied



Ground floor:

Hall, sitting room with open fire, dining room with wood burner, galley kitchen, WC with WHB.

First floor:

Double bedroom, twin bedroom, single bedroom. Bathroom with bath WHB and WC.


  • Nearest hotel is 3 miles.
  • Kinloch Rannoch 12 miles with cafés, pubs and selection of shops.
  • Rannoch Station Tea Room and the Moor of Rannoch Hotel 5 miles.
  • 0.75 acre of private enclosed garden with natural woodland area.
  • Access to loch at the front of the house
  • Cot
  • Dishwasher
  • Electric cooker
  • Electric heating - electricity included.
  • Fridge
  • Linen and towels provided
  • Microwave
  • One basket of complimentary logs for open fire and woodburner
  • TV with DVD player (no reception)
  • Reviews

    (8 reviews)
    Tigh Na Linn reviews
    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 reward 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.
    Mr Petre - August 2019
    We enjoyed our stay in this beautiful house in the heart of rannoch. Nestled in, over looking the bridge of Gaur, we enjoyed the surrounding wilderness right on our doorstep. Fitted with a new kitchen and freshly decorated we were excited to stay at Tigh na linn. Although miles from anywhere the surrounding area is full of things to do. With the river nearby and several good fishing spots We found a walk just outside our front door which took us in to the heart of deer country, we drove further a field to the black wood completing all the carie walks and even climbed sciehallion, Scotland's 59th tallest Munroe. Tigh na linn was a welcome relieve after our days activities We did encounter a few issues that affected our stay. Our biggest hindrance was the fact there was no shower attachment and having to bathe in the brown peaty water was not nice. Although newly decorated we found the doors to the front room and kitchen didnt close properly and so any heat created by the fire was quickly erased. We arrived after a long journey and was fortunate to have brought some food shopping with us because there was no tea, coffee, milk etc normally not a problem but the nearest shop is a 40minute drive away! After reading other reviews the cupboards have been stocked in the past so perhaps because we were the first to use it after its renovation explains why the cupboards were empty. A note to future tenants to prepare would be advised. Using the mineral water provided wasn't to bad but we didn't drink as much as we needed to. The kitchen was brand new and not complete. A splashback is needed. A word of warning only certain pans work on the induction hob i found this out after waiting 15 minutes for an egg to cook. The oven was great though. We had no tv or internet signal, i have a 17 yr old girl and 10 yr old son so I was hesitant but the house had plenty of books, games and puzzles which we took advantage off completing one puzzle in particular as a family. It was nice to spend some quality time together and the dining room became our hub. Our biggest problem was the midges so use the light provided. Would highly recommend even if its just to unplug from the wòrld for a bit. Rannoch moor is definitely the place to do it
    Mr Bellem - August 2017
    We loved staying in this characterful cottage in a peaceful location,on the shores of Loch Rannoch where it was easy to access good cycling on quiet roads and hill and moor walking.We loved the solitude and isolation (and the lack of wifi and T.V. was a bonus with our kids!)and the cottage provided a comfortable base to return to after an active day of exercise! The children enjoyed spotting wildlife on the doorstep! The Riverside cafe in Kinloch Rannoch served excellent hot chocolotes and traybakes which went down a treat after our cycle there and back! We all enjoyed climbing Schiehallion one day in the glorious sunshine and managed to get sunburnt on the summit!! It was a great cottage to get away from the business of life and totally relax and unwind!
    Mrs Eves-dickins - May 2017
    Very lovely cosy coat tags in a spectacular location with a great garden for playing in. Children loved it!
    Mr Horn - April 2017
    Everything was lovely house and area
    Mr Tahiraj - February 2017
    I was really excited about staying at the cottage having not experienced this type of holiday before. The cottage is situated in a stunning part of Kinnloch Rannoch (about 11 miles outside the village & the nearest shop), and overlooks a river and The Bridge of Gaur itself. Other reviews had commented on the lock but we didn't have any problems with this, although we were advised by the housekeeper that this was a problem. Firstly the river at the front is private therefore you cannot fish in this which was disappointing, although you can purchase permits from the village store for the loch. I felt the cottaged needed some attention for the amount we had paid. The sofa was broken on one side and was quite uncomfortable, therefore we spent a lot of time in the dining room which was well laid out and plenty of utensils etc. The kitchen was well stocked with everything you would need, but a warning would be the water which is very very brown therefore having washed a white wash (including my babies clothes) in the washing machine, our clothes came out stained brownish after we had dried them :( I agree with another reviewer that a shower would be great especially with kids. The bedrooms are nice, very big, with lots of storage space. We felt it needed a bit more a clean as there were a lot of cobwebs around not only in the front door when we were trying to get in but all over the windows and in corners of the cottage. This did creep us out a bit lots of dead bugs etc but I guess not being a very experienced walker etc this is to be expected of the area. The toilet seat upstairs was broken and needed replacing. This cottage is big with plenty of space especially the garden and forest at the back its great for the kids. Even has an outhouse but again I felt more could have been done with this area as the board games that were there had pieces missing and random things presumably belonging to the owners in the desk. We left the cottage early as this was not our sort of holiday but I do have to stress this is a stunning area and well worth a visit it just perhaps was not for us unfortunately.
    Mrs Akdeniz - August 2012
    We had a great Easter break at Tigh Na Linn. The cottage was accurately described on the website, clean, well furnished and and gave us a good base for exploring the surrounding areas. Whilst bottles of drinking water were provided, the cottage had a warning sign about the local water supply possibly having lead, zinc and e-coli issues. As we have a fairly young family, it would be worthwhile making that clearer to everyone who is considering booking. The house really does need a shower fitted, the lack of shower facitilties was a real hindrance, especially with kids. Apart from that, we would recommend the cottage to anyone looking for a week of peace and quiet, it really is a place to go and chill out by the fire and enoy the solitude.
    Mr Cattanach - April 2012
    It is a wonderful little cottage, and situated on a very beautiful estate. Our only negatives are the lack of information about parking upon arrival. The main area used is across the road, and says 'private' on the barn doors, so it wasn't immediately apparent we could use this, and I am still not sure we should have. The living room fire needs rebuilding, as the the grate doesn't fit, and putting a few bricks in the back of it, doesn't stop the fuel dropping down. Also I would suggest a full fire set would be useful. There was no tongs...etc Finally and most importantly. The main door lock needs replacing. Upon arrival the key (which was under a rock) didnt open the door. I called the contact, and she said it's a problem lock. Well it certainly was, 10 mins of groping around each time you wanted to lock the door. I think it would be so simple to replace it. But apart from these point, we all loved being there, and would gladly come again. Perhaps in the drier months so as to take advantage of the loch.
    Mr Walker - December 2011