Cnoc Eoghainn Cottage
Kinloch Rannoch, PerthshireGuest Rating
Loch Rannoch and Loch Tummel, some 30 miles to the west of Pitlochry, are justly celebrated in song and story as two of the most beautiful lochs in Scotland.
|Sleeps: 4||Bedrooms: 2|
|Changeover Day: Sat||Pets Allowed: No|
|No smoking||Bathrooms: 1|
The pretty village of Kinloch Rannoch (shop, hotel and Outward Bound Centre) is situated at the eastern end of the loch, at the foot of the distinctive peak of Schiehallion (the Fairy Mountain).
At the end of the village, just a hundred yards or so from the loch is Cnoc Eoghainn, a detached stone cottage in traditional style, with a lovely enclosed garden (with furniture) to the back offering fine views of the surrounding mountains.
It is just as you would expect from this type of picture-book cottage, snug and simply but very comfortably furnished. The living room has an open fire, there is a cheerful, well-equipped kitchen, two rather stylish bedrooms and a bathroom with bath/shower. From the house it is just a couple of minutes' stroll to the hotel in one direction and the loch in the other.
In fact, the cottage is just the sort of place best suited to those who come here to walk, fish, sail, cycle or explore the beautiful surroundings. The unpretentious comfort which it offers makes it easy to relax there after a strenuous day out, while the garden offers a lovely, secluded and safe haven to enjoy at less energetic times.
People come to this lovely area for many reasons - to walk, climb, fish, cycle (there is a quiet single track road which runs right round the loch and the south side in particular offers lovely lochside picnic spots), observe the plentiful local wildlife or simply relax. At Cnoc Eoghainn you can do all these things from a most comfortable base.
You may also wish to visit Scotland's second most remote station at the far end of the loch. This is on the West Highland line between Glasgow and Fort William - you could even take the train up to Fort William for the day and either tackle Ben Nevis while you are there or, in summer, take the Jacobite steam train out to Arisaig and Mallaig.
In the other direction, you can take the back road over the shoulder of Schiehallion to Loch Tay, where there are lots of watersports and the bustling little town of Aberfeldy.
You can head east along Loch Tummel (look out for osprey fishing in the Loch) past the breathtaking Queen's View and historic Killiecrankie, to Pitlochry, with its Festival Theatre. There, you are on the fast A9 Perth-Inverness trunk road, which will enable you to visit Aviemore, Loch Morlich, the Cairngorms and all the delights of the central Highlands.
Local Events and Attractions
Please note: while we make every effort to be as accurate as possible, the actual position of the cottage indicated on the map above and the proximity of the amenities in the Local Info section cannot be guaranteed to be precise and should be used as a guide only.
Sitting room with open fire, TV/DVD and mini hi-fi.
Kitchen/dining room with electric cooker, dishwasher, microwave, washing-machine and fridge-freezer.
Bathroom with bath/shower, WC and wash basin
- Linen (Double Bed)
- Linen (Single Bed)
- Towels (per person)
Bed linen INCLUDED and towels are available to hire. The first £20 of electricity INCLUDED with any additional usage payable by meter reading at the end of your stay. Heating is by electric central heating and open fire (1 bag of coal INCLUDED). WiFi is INCLUDED (subject to a fair usage policy). Sorry, pets are not accepted. No smoking.
The weekly guide prices for this property are shown below. Use the availability & book sidebar on the right to select your holiday or calculate short break rates (where available).
From 19/12/2021 to 21/12/2021
From 26/12/2021 to 28/12/2021
Changeover Day: Sat
|Rental - Date Range||Sleeps 4|
|30 Oct 2021 - 17 Dec 2021||£395.00|
|18 Dec 2021 - 27 Dec 2021||£625.00|
|28 Dec 2021 - 05 Jan 2022||£625.00|
|06 Jan 2022 - 04 Feb 2022||£450.00|
|05 Feb 2022 - 01 Apr 2022||£495.00|
|02 Apr 2022 - 22 Apr 2022||£595.00|
|23 Apr 2022 - 06 May 2022||£495.00|
|07 May 2022 - 27 May 2022||£595.00|
|28 May 2022 - 03 Jun 2022||£675.00|
|04 Jun 2022 - 24 Jun 2022||£595.00|
|25 Jun 2022 - 22 Jul 2022||£675.00|
|23 Jul 2022 - 26 Aug 2022||£695.00|
|27 Aug 2022 - 16 Sep 2022||£595.00|
|17 Sep 2022 - 07 Oct 2022||£495.00|
|08 Oct 2022 - 28 Oct 2022||£595.00|
|29 Oct 2022 - 17 Dec 2022||£450.00|
|18 Dec 2022 - 27 Dec 2022||£675.00|
|28 Dec 2022 - 05 Jan 2023||£675.00|
|06 Jan 2023 - 05 Jan 2024||POA|
|06 Jan 2024 - 05 Jan 2025||POA|
Please note: Prices are calculated based on your party size at the time of booking. If your party size changes for any reason after booking please let us know so we can ensure the accommodation provided meets your exact requirements.
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The cottage was well placed for local walks and we enjoyed the views of Schiehallion from the kitchen window. The kitche...Read More
Cottage located in a beautiful spot just up from the loch and opposite fields (that had a herd off stags roaming in duri...Read More
Cnoc Eoghainn is a cosy little cottage in a superb area. The small but well equipped kitchen with dining table has every...Read More
Cottage was comfortable and well equipped, stylishly decorated. The location is lovely with a beautiful view from the ki...Read More
The cottage was immaculately clean and very comfortable. The shortbread, Champagne and coffee were a lovely surprise and...Read More