Loch Tay Highland Lodges | Michael Paul Holidays

Loch Tay Highland Lodges

Loch Tay Highland Lodges

With an unbeatable location in a 140-acre private estate on the banks of Loch Tay in the Scottish Highlands, the scenic Loch Tay Highland Lodges resort is perfect for relaxing in unspoilt natural surroundings. The imposing mountains, sparkling lochs, thriving forests and gorgeous rivers of Highland Perthshire are all within easy reach and waiting for you to explore them, whether you’d prefer to get active during your break or just do some casual sightseeing.

You’re sure to enjoy a stay in one of the comfortable Loch Tay Highland Lodges with their fantastic views across the water. Many of the properties even have their own hot tub, and each of them boasts a unique location with its own special charms and unique views of the gorgeous Highland surroundings. And, of course, there are plenty of fantastic on-site amenities to make your holiday more convenient, relaxing and fun.

Highland Scenery

Located on a private estate in Perthshire, one of the most beautiful areas of the Scottish Highlands, these lodges let you truly immerse yourself in your scenic surroundings and enjoy everything Scotland has to offer.

Activity Programme

On-site activity organisers In Your Element arrange all sorts of exciting experiences to try out, including canoeing or water-walking on Loch Tay as well as activities on dry land like archery, gorge walking and Segway trekking.

Bistro Restaurant

You needn’t go hungry during a stay at Loch Tay Highland Lodges, with an on-site Italian restaurant, the Bistro, offering delicious food from an extensive menu, complete with superb views of the loch. Children are welcome.

Fishing on the loch

Loch Tay is fantastic for a fishing holiday, with boats for hire from mid-January until October’s end. Catch salmon, sea trout, brown trout or rainbow trout, or try coarse fishing for pike, perch, roach, and grayling.

Other Amenities

There’s plenty of other things to do on site, with a putting green and disc golf course that all ages can enjoy, as well as a playground for little ones. A fire pit and BBQ area is also available for groups to hire.


Please note: due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the attractions and amenities shown below may be closed or only offering a limited service. Please check their individual websites or call them ahead of time to avoid disappointment when visiting.

Things to Try

Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve

Based around one of Scotland’s tallest Munros, the Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve is a spectacular place to spend some time whether you plan on hiking to the summit, following the fascinating Kiltyrie Hidden History Trail, keeping an eye out for rare wildlife and plants, or just enjoying the scenery.

McQueen Gin

Enjoy a glimpse behind the scenes at a gin manufacturer with a visit to McQueen Gin’s Trossachs Distillery. Take a guided tour around the production facility, learn how the gin is produced, and get the chance to sample the end product. Tours run weekdays at 2:30pm – be sure to book in advance.


There’s animals of all kinds to meet and plenty of fun for all the family at Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre. 40 different species of creature live here, from familiar livestock to more unusual and exotic wildlife. There are enthralling animal talks, small animal handling, and some fun play areas for the kids.

Killin Golf Club

Just a few miles from Loch Tay Highland Lodges, you’ll find Killin Golf Club, which is often described as the most beautiful 9-hole golf course Scotland has to offer. Keen golfers shouldn’t miss their chance to enjoy a relaxing round of golf here among the picturesque Highland Perthshire scenery.

Create Incredible Memories

For Food and Drink

There are plenty of fantastic pubs and restaurants dotted around the countryside here. Try the Courie Inn or the Falls of Dochart Inn in nearby Killin for delicious meals, refreshing drinks, and a welcoming ambience, but be sure to explore for yourself too and see what you can discover.

For Attractions

The market town of Aberfeldy is around a half-hour drive away and makes a good place to spend some time. Visit Dewar's Aberfeldy Distillery, explore the heritage of the area by seeing Castle Menzies and the Black Watch Monument, or visit the café, bookshop and gift shop at the Watermill.

For Activities

As well as the many on-site activities, there are plenty of companies who’ll organise a day out in the stunning local landscapes. Try Nae Limits for pulse-pounding adventure, Highland Safaris for a wide variety of exciting outdoor excursions, or Loch Tay Safaris for a cruise out on the loch.