Nestled in the hills between Tummel Bridge and Aberfeldy on the road to Schiehallion you will find Glengoulandie Country Lodges.
The lodge is set within a group of privately-owned lodges in the Glengoulandie Country Park in a quiet rural location.
This is Outlander country; the location was often used when filming the famous TV Series.
The red deer roam freely down to the lodge.
The comfortable log cabin style lodge is spacious and accommodating with fantastic views out towards the loch and the hills.
It is set in a quiet corner of the park with a small burn running alongside.
Beautifully furnished throughout, to provide contemporary accommodation, this is the ideal location for a family of six or group of friends wanting to enjoy a holiday together and experience the beauty of the central highlands.
Through the front door you will step into a large welcoming entrance hall where you can leave your outdoor clothes before entering the large open-plan living area.
With high wooden ceilings large windows and patio doors, this is a light room with all the characteristics of a stylish lodge.
You will find comfy sofas for relaxing at the end of a busy day, a dining table to enjoy a meal with family or friends, a breakfast bar around the well-equipped fitted kitchen area.
There are patio doors that open out onto a decked area overlooking the small loch and hillside.
The ideal place to enjoy morning coffee or watch the sun set behind the hills with a glass of wine on a warm evening.
The accommodation is all on one level with plenty of room for everyone.
There are three bedrooms all with access to a bathroom.
Glengoulandie is situated on a single-track road with passing places between Tummel Bridge and Aberfeldy.
Looking out towards the mountain Dun Beag where the deer graze on the hillside near to the lodge.
Drive into the market town of Aberfeldy where you will discover, Dewar’s Distillery, The Watermill bookshop, The Birks Cinema, a 9 hole golf course and the famous waterfall walk “The Birks of Aberfeldy”.
Close by visit Weem Castle, take a Highland Safari on land or loch to discover native wildlife, visit the red deer, pan for gold or step back in time at the Crannog Centre.
Or just sit back and relax, soak up the magnificent scenery while watching the red deer, red squirrels, birds of prey and an abundance of wildlife literally on your doorstep.
This is a wonderful lodge to be enjoyed any time of the year.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin, bidet and WC, 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin with bathroom with bath, separate shower, bidet, basin and WC. Open-plan sitting, kitchen and dining area with breakfast bar.