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by Red Mezz
Inverness, Scotland, United Kingdom
November 12, 2010
From journal Palaces, walking, views and waterfalls - summer in Perthshire
September 22, 2003
The units are fully equipped with TV, telephone, radio, full kitchen, and a cover sitting place on the balcony where you can enjoy the view of the lake even with bad weather condition.
The restaurant/pub is warm and persons working there very polite. Nearly every evening you can have a bier and listening to good folk music. Food is good and prices are on the average.
Reception has flexible hours and if you don't have a car, you can ask for a lift to the nearby village which is 10 minutes walking distance.Resort Experience:This resort lies along Loch Rennoch, a quite and unspoilt lake, and is made of cottages accessed via steps. There is a building with three stories, but if you need a unit accessible without steps, you can ask the reception and they will do their best to help you. The restaurant is open only in the evening, but the pub is open even during the day.
From journal Great Scotland
April 5, 2003
The two drawbacks were the parking and the activities. Parking is provided but very cramped and parallel parking on a hill. There is an option to park in a lot about 100 yards away. After the first day I used that option. The amenities were closed for the season and the inside ones were mostly free, but you had to pay for the electricity in the room where the activity took place.
From journal On the Shores of Loch Rannoch
January 15, 2003
It was great that we were able to take our dogs with us as not many places allow dogs anymore. The lounge had 'leather' type furniture which was very comfy and a great balcony over the Loch. The master bedroom was very large and had an en-suite sauna, which was great after a long day trekking the woodlands. The resort offered an indoor swimming pool and many outdoor activities. Also the hotel has a good bar and restaurant.
From journal Long Weekend on Loch Rannoch