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Romantic Breaks in Highland Perthshire at our Self-Catering Lodge 

"Booked with short notice, place was immaculate! We were privileged to stay here. Thanks!"

Perthshire’s highest mountain, the Highlands’ longest, loneliest and loveliest glen, Scotland’s longest river, Europe’s oldest tree - all are close to Braes Lodge. It is located in the heart of Highland Perthshire at the geographic centre of Scotland - 27km west of Pitlochry and 14 kms north of Aberfeldy in the foothills of Schiehallion (the Fairy Hill). There are many local attractions including House of Bruar, Castle Menzies, Blair Castle, Highland Adventure Safaris, 4 distilleries and the Scottish Crannog Centre. Pitlochry is famous for its Festival Theatre.

Aberfeldy is the water sports capital of Scotland. Walkers and cyclists can follow a wide choice of easy, moderate and demanding routes that will take you through forests, along rivers and up mountains. Salmon and trout angling permits are easily obtained locally.

Other activities include archery, off roading, quad biking, paintballing and shooting. Scotland is also the home of golf - local courses include Aberfeldy, Taymouth Castle, Kenmore, Strathtay and Pitlochry as well as Gleneagles, St. Andrews and Carnoustie slightly further afield.

Nearest Locations to Braes Lodge

Airport Edinburgh at 88 Kilometres
Ferry Rosyth at 115 Kilometres
Train Pitlochry at 27 Kilometres
Bar/pub Fortingall at 8 Kilometres
Skiing Glenshee Ski Centre at 79 Km
Golf Aberfeldy at 12 Kilometres
Restaurant Fortingall at 8 Kilometres

How to get here

Our postcode is not sufficient to get you to Tomphubil with a Sat Nav - it will get you to Glengoulandie Deer Park about 1.5 miles South. Failing that, here are some good old-fashioned directions.

From the South - Follow A9 towards Inverness. Exit at A827 Ballinluig junction and follow signs to Aberfeldy. At the traffic lights in Aberfeldy, turn right onto the B846 towards Weem and Kinloch Rannoch. Follow this road for 9 miles through Coshieville past Glengoulandie Deer Park - Tomphubil Lodge is on the left just past the junction with the Schiehallion Road. The driveway entrance to Braes Lodge is just after the gate to the main house.

From North - Follow A9 towards Perth. Exit at A827 Ballinluig junction and follow directions above.

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