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Situated close to the river or loch, these cottages are ideal for those who enjoy views of and walks by water.
For guests staying at East Lodge there is a stretch of the river known as the Queen's Pool where you can fish for trout and you can sometimes see salmon. Legend has it that this was where Robert the Bruce ferried his wife across the river.
Guests staying at Bridge Cottage have a boat for their own use moored near the cottage.
Tuim is close to the river near East Lodge and there is a lovely walk along the boulder strewn river.
Old Post Office overlooks Dunalastair Loch and is a short walk through woods to where the boats are moored from which you can fish on the loch.
Rowing boats are available on the loch for guests' use (except in mid winter), for fishing or just exploring the islands of the loch.
We give you a permit for trout fishing automatically when you arrive. The permit covers bank fishing on the north bank of the river Tummel from Kinloch Rannoch bridge to the bridge at Tummel Bridge for trout and pike, excluding Dunalastair Loch, which is boat fishing (by fly) only.
A unique lochside cottage hideaway. This popular holiday home, full of character, includes use of a boat moored nearby.
Stay in your very own fairy tale castle. Feel like a prince or princess in our 19th century tower house situated by the river within private woodland.
Old Post Office
This pretty stone-built holiday cottage was the estate's own post office. Ideal for a family it has an enclosed garden and stands by a quiet road with spectacular views over Dunalastair Loch to Schiehallion.
This is a very attractive, carefully renovated 4-star holiday cottage. The cottage would suit a family or couples wanting peace and quiet or a base for walking.