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Loch Tay

10 locals recommend ·

Tips from locals

Bec
Bec
July 16, 2020
needs no introduction. Will remind you of Harry Potter Hogwarts vistas. Bu there's loads of other reasons to go
Pamela
Pamela
July 7, 2020
A circular road trip for a showery day and unpredictable weather. The Ring of Breadalbane was the name of a tourist mini bus that travelled both directions of the 72 mile circular route around Loch Tay & Loch Earn 4 times a day. Sadly it stopped in 2017 due to a lack of funding, but you can…
Carolyn
Carolyn
July 5, 2020
This is a short drive away and offers wonderful vistas of the the loch and hills beyond
Keesje And Olly
Keesje And Olly
September 15, 2019
A beautiful loch to see 'classic' Scotland. Why not get Wee Adventures to take you out on the water in canoes? There is also a lovely cafe called the Paperboat, right on the water at the Killin end. And just up the road is one of the best haberdashery's in Scotland!
Jennifer
Jennifer
May 20, 2019
The stunning Loch Tay - watersports, jetski hire, boat trips, The Crannog or climb the magnificent Ben Lawyers or Meall nan Tarmachan.

Loch Tay by Airbnb Experiences

Get to know this iconic landmark through Airbnb Experiences, small group activities led by locals

Places to stay nearby

SUPERHOST
  1. Entire house
  2. 3 beds
Waterfall House, detached 2 bed , en suite house
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire house
  2. 4 beds
Contemporary house with stunning views of Loch Tay
  1. Entire house
  2. 5 beds
Tulloch Cottage by Loch Tay
  1. Private room
  2. 1 bed
Ben Lawers Hotel room 3
  1. Private room
  2. 2 beds
Ben Lawers Hotel room 4
  1. Hotel room
  2. 1 bed
Ben Lawers Hotel
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire cottage
  2. 4 beds
Converted mill with stunning views across Loch Tay

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“Go up Ben Lawers mountain to see the Visitor’s Centre which will tell you so much about walking & nature in the Scottish hills. Ben Lawers has a particularly remarkable flora. The path up to the top of the mountain is long, but not too hard (about 5 hours return journey). It is the highest peak in Perthshire and one of the famous ‘Munros’ (Scottish mountains over 3,000 feet).”
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Book Store
“An eclectic mix of fantastic books, pictures spliced with excellent cakes and marvellous coffee - You know it makes sense baby”
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Gastropub
“Great place to eat and drink in Pitlochry. Live music most weekends during the holiday season. Entertainment details can be found online. ”
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