Loch Rannoch Otter Lodge (8)

Kinloch Rannoch, Perthshire | Scotland





Otter Lodge is conveniently located on the banks above the beautiful Loch of Kinloch Rannoch, a small highland village set in an area of outstanding beauty, surrounded by magnificent scenery and views across the loch to the mountains of Glencoe.

This one-bedroom lodge comfortably sleeps up to 4 people, featuring zip and link beds for ease which can be made into a double bed or two singles depending on your preference. There is also a pull down double bed in the lounge area.

The bathroom is complete with overhead shower, wash basin & overhanging mirror with comfort lighting and shaver point.

The lounge area has wonderful open views of Loch Rannoch and beyond. Large patio doors open into a small furnished conservatory area. The interior is tastefully furnished and includes a games table, leather sofa suite and soft ambient lighting. The large dining table and chairs are ideal for entertaining and comfortably seat 4. There is a TV complete with Freeview channels and a DVD player.

The kitchen comprises modern appliances including full-size oven with hob, fridge freezer, microwave and dishwasher. A range of crockery, cutlery, glassware and cooking utensils are provided for your convenience.

The lodge is also equipped with Wi-Fi and all bedding and towels are provided.

Access to the lodge is via some steps (19). The lodge isn’t ideal for someone with mobility impairments or who would experience a challenge with stairs.

Featured as part of your experience is the partnership with the nearby Loch Rannoch Hotel and Estate.

The Loch Rannoch Hotel has a superb range of food and drink offerings, from relaxed fine-dining in the Estate Room, bistro fare in the Rannoch Larder through to a classic pub menu in the Wild Brownie Bar. For any whisky connoisseurs, their bespoke Whisky Bar has its own menu with a range of flights showcasing local Scottish whiskies.

The hotel also features the ESPA Rannoch Spa where a variety of bespoke treatments are offered including an indoor heated pool and thermal suites. The spa is the perfect place to rest, refresh and rejuvenate. Enquiries and bookings can be made directly with the Rannoch Spa - spa.enquiries@lochrannochhotel.com

Pets are welcome and are charged at £20 per pet / per week which is payable directly at the Loch Rannoch Highland Club on arrival.
Electricity usage is chargeable, and payment will be taken on departure date. Meter readings will be provided at check-in and again at check out.
A credit card details will be taken to pre-authorise a hold for the electricity costs.


Loch Rannoch is the focal point of Perthshire’s outstanding natural beauty, a mystical and magnificent 10-mile expanse of alluring and tranquil waters stretching from Kinloch Rannoch to the Bridge of Gaur, surrounded by beautiful woodlands in the shadow of the Schiehallion.

If you are visiting for the ultimate relaxing Scottish break, or for an action-packed adventure featuring water sports, walking or cycling, there is such a vast amount to explore in the areas surrounding Loch Rannoch that you’ll soon be coming back to book another stay!

Loch Rannoch lies on the traditional main route north to the west coast of Scotland, known famously as the Road to the Isles. However, major road construction in the 19th century has bypassed it leaving the area unspoiled and unchanged. As a result, the area benefits from beautiful loch-side views as well as the stunning countryside.

Loch Rannoch has a wealth of magnificent walking and hiking trails. The village of Kinloch Rannoch is a good place from which to start exploring the Clan Trail. A series of interesting story boards have been placed at accessible points around the loch shore that tell the fascinating tales of clans prominent in the district before the 19th and 20th centuries. There is also a Crannog (artificial island) near the far west of the loch which was used in the 18th century as a base for outlawed members of the MacGregor Clan.

For cyclists the quiet flat roads surrounding the loch are ideal for taking in the spectacular views. The road is used for the famous annual Etape Caledonia, a closed road 80-mile cycling event, so you will be in good company. Alternatively, if you are looking for the ultimate in exhilaration, you won’t be disappointed when you discover the joys of off-road mountain biking through Rannoch Forest, making this apartment the perfect base for your cycling holidays in Scotland.

Activity enthusiasts will find plenty to do in every season. Make sure you take your ice axe and crampons for some winter mountaineering, or in the summer why not try your hand at abseiling or gorge walking. For real exhilaration the area offers some spectacular white-water canoeing or kayaking. Not to mention the waterfall trails. As you will see, there really is an abundance of activities to make your experience extra special and memorable!


On Thursday, 26 Aug 2021
Great location and fabulous views
On Monday, 19 Jul 2021
Excellent views, fridge freezer wasn't nt working, however we were given use of a fridge freezer in a nearby lodge until ours was replaced t next day. Overall an excellent weekend away

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