This private lakeside estate has beautiful grounds extending to about four acres. There are lawns surrounding the house, rolling towards the fields leading to Loch Tay. A magnificent setting, the property is perfect for all occasions with family and friends.
There are thirteen luxury ensuite bedrooms able to accommodate twenty nine people. All rooms are king with one twin and three rooms offering triple occupancy. A large luxury kitchen with AGA has a breakfast room leading off of it. This is a very spacious property across three levels and excellent facilities for guests to relax. The feature room being the dining room which leads open plan to the lounge space which enjoys breathtaking views over Loch Tay and doors leading to the outside terrace. The dining table seats twenty six.
My favourite room in the House is the large stone built ‘Snug’ with a beautiful open fire, perfect in which to relax over a dram. The library also hosts an open fire and is ideal to relax and read a book or play one of the selection of board games.
The media and entertainment room with 80’ inch screen TV, DVD player and full sky package and Xbox One is ideal to keep all ages entertained. On the same level is the games room with pool table leading to a bar area with views out to the lower terrace for outdoor seating and dining. This level also hosts the seven seater hot tub all overlooking Loch Tay.
There are woodlands to the west of the house and a tumbling burn cascades through the trees, crisscrossed by bridges linking the paths that meander through the magnificent variety of mature trees. Hidden in the woods there are three fire pits ranging from magnificent to intimate. The larger fire pit is perfect for a BBQ. We offer an array of Wellington boots and there is a Utility / Boot room with washing machine and tumble dryer and on the Lower Ground Floor.
Loch Tay is a magnificent dark stretch of water, 15 miles (24 km) long and around 508 ft deep. It is the largest loch in Perthshire and one of the deepest in Scotland. To the north, the loch is flanked by the impressive bulk of the Ben Lawers mountain range, much of which is designated as a National Nature Reserve. Loch Tay is popular with sailing and water-sports enthusiasts and the small shingle beach near Kenmore is perfect for sunbathing.