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Killin Highland Lodges
Scotland » Perthshire & Kinross-shire » Killin, Perthshire
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Enjoying a beautiful woodland setting close to Loch Tay and boasting lovely views around Ben Lawers these well maintained lodges are perfectly situated for exploring the many delights of Breadalbane. Ideal for lovers of outdoor pursuits and photography this mountainous country bursts with activities.

Killin 9 hole golf course is adjacent to the park together with a choice of courses locally. Other activities available in this area include superb watersports, salmon and trout fishing, hill walks and gentle nature trails with abundant flora and fauna abound. The famous Falls of Dochart are close by. For a lively day out then the bright lights of Glasgow and Edinburgh are easily accessible.

You will love the accommodation on offer here. The Killin Rowan Lodge is ideal for couples as it sleeps 2. This is a cosy little lodge with a double or twin room and a shower. The Killin Birch is slightly larger sleeping 2-4 and comes with a bath and overhead shower. The Killin Pine 4 is recommended for large groups as it sleeps 8 in four bedrooms. All of the lodges come with TV with freeview and well equipped kitchens.

  • Woodland setting
  • Close to lochs
  • Great for exploring
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Killin Pine
Sun 16th Dec 2018
Sleeps 8
Pets 2
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Killin Pine
Sun 16th Dec 2018
Sleeps 8
Pets 2
Comfortable lodge with one double with ensuite shower and two twin, one with ensuite shower. Bath with overhead shower.
3 Nights
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£255.00
£205.00
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Killin Spruce
Mon 17th Dec 2018
Sleeps 2
Pets 2
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Killin Spruce
Mon 17th Dec 2018
Sleeps 2
Pets 2
Comfortable lodge with one super king size double (twin on request). Bath with overhead shower.
3 Nights
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£165.00
£115.00
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Killin Gean
Mon 17th Dec 2018
Sleeps 8
Pets 2
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Killin Gean
Mon 17th Dec 2018
Sleeps 8
Pets 2
Comfortable lodge with two double, one twin and one with bunks. Bath with overhead shower.
3 Nights
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£255.00
£205.00
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Killin Hazel
Thu 31st Jan 2019
Sleeps 4
Pets 2
Killin Hazel
Thu 31st Jan 2019
Sleeps 4
Pets 2
Comfortable lodge with one double. Bath with overhead shower.
3 Nights
£159.00
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Killin Highland Lodges

Enjoying a beautiful woodland setting close to Loch Tay and boasting lovely views around Ben Lawers these well maintained lodges are perfectly situated for exploring the many delights of Breadalbane. Ideal for lovers of outdoor pursuits and photography this mountainous country bursts with activities.

Killin 9 hole golf course is adjacent to the park together with a choice of courses locally. Other activities available in this area include superb watersports, salmon and trout fishing, hill walks and gentle nature trails with abundant flora and fauna abound. The famous Falls of Dochart are close by. For a lively day out then the bright lights of Glasgow and Edinburgh are easily accessible.

You will love the accommodation on offer here. The Killin Rowan Lodge is ideal for couples as it sleeps 2. This is a cosy little lodge with a double or twin room and a shower. The Killin Birch is slightly larger sleeping 2-4 and comes with a bath and overhead shower. The Killin Pine 4 is recommended for large groups as it sleeps 8 in four bedrooms. All of the lodges come with TV with freeview and well equipped kitchens.

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  • Comfortable terraced timber lodges, with their own verandah and views of mountains and countryside. Some with restricted views, please check when booking.
  • TV with Freeview/DVD
  • CD/radio
  • Wi-Fi
  • Kitchen including microwave
  • Bath and/or shower
  • Bed linen and duvets
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Additional sleeping for two in lounge area (in Hazel and Pine only)
  • Verandah with garden furniture
  • Electricity by coin meter
  • Travel cots and highchairs £7pw each
  • Pets £25pw each (max 2)
  • Complimentary welcome pack
  • All non smoking accommodation
  • Some lodges have been specially adapted for visitors with disabilities – please check when booking
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Where's Killin Highland Lodges?
Christine, Livingston
Date of stay: 27th August 2018
Lovely break
Joan, Edinburgh
Date of stay: 11th August 2018
The only " fault" is the lodge is quite dark during the day so we needed lights on but its easy to sit outside or use the communal sun room which is amazing. The scenery and space for BBQs , games etc are great.
Jacqui, Renfrew
Date of stay: 10th August 2018
10/10 every time we've been.
Chris, Horndean, Waterlooville
Date of stay: 4th August 2018
Very enjoyable relaxing stay
Elaine, Airdrie
Date of stay: 12th July 2018
Excellent holiday accommodation excellent owners friendly and helpful will definitely go back
Marie, Glasgow
Date of stay: 9th July 2018
Everything from accommodation to friendly staff. Clean fresh lodge with plenty of space. I dont have any photos. They are with my daughter. No complaints whatsoever
George, Larbert
Date of stay: 5th July 2018
Overall we had a great few days away
Katherine, Manchester
Date of stay: 16th June 2018
the owners told us they are in process of up dating these lodges but very clean tidy and everything you needed
Janette, Near Aberdeen
Date of stay: 9th June 2018
can't wait for the chance to go back
Christina, Clackmannan
Date of stay: 26th May 2018
I would recommend it to friends and family it was amazing and will definitely be returning
Diana, Hailsham
Date of stay: 20th April 2018
Would recommend this site for family's or lovely get away for 2. lodges have every thing you need and great local area for exploring
Jane, Lincoln
Date of stay: 30th December 2017
Fantastic time had by all
Jenifer, Glasgow
Date of stay: 7th November 2017
Great place we will be back
Laura, Lanarkshire
Date of stay: 19th October 2017
Weve just returned form 4 nights in Hazel (lodge 6) and had a wonderful time. The place was spotless! Ive been in fancy hotels and cruises ships that would be put to shame by KHL! By far the best thing for us was that it was pet friendly. While thats not rare, most places actually mean dog friendly, but at KHL we were actually able to bring our wee cat. She much preferred it to the cattery and especially loved watching all the birds in the feeders. We will definitely be back! Thank you for a truly memorable stay!
Susan, Middlesrx
Date of stay: 2nd September 2017
Truly wonderful.
Jacqui, Renfrew
Date of stay: 31st August 2017
Lovely lodges, well equipped with everything you could possibly need.
Sasha, Milton Keynes
Date of stay: 25th August 2017
Great short break.
Vicki
Date of stay: 9th July 2017
Fab lil get away.
Alex, Carluke
Date of stay: 1st July 2017
The lodge was very spacious, with 2 ensuite bathrooms and a big size family bathroom. There is a full size kitchen that is fully equipped if you do not want to eat out.
It was extremely clean and tidy, also had heaters throughout the lodge. Each lodge has bird feeders outside the front window so you can watch the birds in the morning.
Allison, Cambridge
Date of stay: 3rd March 2017
Killin was a lovely place to stay. The village itself was in a beautiful setting with the Falls of Dochart. The scenary was just magnificent with the snow on the mountains in the distance. We visited Ben Lawers mountain and went up the winding road up the mountain and came across the Dam. We walked across the Dam and whilst coming back it started snowing really heavy which made a lovely setting. Cannot wait to go back.
Terence, Stone Staffordshire
Date of stay: 30th December 2016
Beautiful village. Very convenient coop store.
Glenn, Billingham
Date of stay: 22nd April 2016
Excellent accommodation
Vicki, Kirkcaldy
Date of stay: 31st January 2016
Good value for money. We did use quite alot of electricity so take pleanty £1 coins.
Rebecca, Alnwick
Date of stay: 26th October 2015
Great cosy lodge in good location.
Anne, Millport
Date of stay: 6th October 2015
Terraced lodge with small balcony. Can hear noise from next door.
Robin, Axminster Devon
Date of stay: 22nd September 2015
A great place to stay ,very cosy and we will certainly return.
Adele, Worcester
Date of stay: 17th August 2015
Fantastic could have stayed forever
Dave, Leicester
Date of stay: 18th July 2015
Our stay was in a lovely comfortable lodge with very helpful and friendly staff. It is only 2 miles from the nearest village (Killin) but transport is a must. Local scenery is lovely.
Alan, Grangemouth
Date of stay: 17th July 2015
Lovely small lodge all we needed
Denise, Sunderland
Date of stay: 15th July 2015
Lodges were very comfortable and homely
Very relaxing and lovely country views
John, Falkirk
Date of stay: 12th July 2015
enjoyed break at killin highland lodges friendly staff always on hand would stay again
Margaret, Aberdeen
Date of stay: 4th July 2015
For us perfect.
Adam, Ilkley
Date of stay: 29th June 2015
Fantastic place and location, really enjoyed our holiday!
Catherine, Ardrossan
Date of stay: 20th June 2015
Cabin was well equipped and spotless.
Claire, Cotswolds
Date of stay: 19th June 2015
Fandabbydozy
Kathleen
Date of stay: 5th June 2015
We were upgraded to an 8 berth cabin so no ensuite for my mother, but I cannot fault the cabins and the 8 berth was amazing. Definatly recommend.
Moya, Inverness
Date of stay: 9th May 2015
Loved our lodge, larger than we were expecting. Comfortable for 2 adults and pet.
Mandy
Date of stay: 18th April 2015
Fantastic thank you
Keith, Oldham
Date of stay: 19th March 2015
All in all a great few days away from it all. Loved it. Thanks.
Graham, Livingston
Date of stay: 16th February 2015
Excellent holiday in a beautiful area.
Alan, Carluke
Date of stay: 6th February 2015
compact but very comfortable
Robert, Johnstone
Date of stay: 1st December 2014
Water problem was resolved very quickly and effectively.
Caroline, Edinburgh
Date of stay: 17th November 2014
Good sized Lodge , difficulty getting the cooker to work as the numbers etc were worn from the dial but the staff were very helpful
Robert, Longside
Date of stay: 14th November 2014
Everything you need was there ,5 min drive from village with shops
Shona, Glasgow
Date of stay: 19th October 2014
Furniture and fittings a bit old fashioned but very clean.
Joe
Date of stay: 29th September 2014
Great location,bit of a walk back from village,TAKE A TORCH FOR WALK HOME.two small pubs and a nice chippy in village.
Terence, Bristol
Date of stay: 12th September 2014
Very good. The location is excellent and the lodge is very cozy.
Rob, Mansfield
Date of stay: 29th August 2014
Pay electric meter was a bit unnecessary.
June, Leicester
Date of stay: 21st June 2014
This was the best equipped self catering we have ever stayed in, and we have stayed in many caravans, lodges and cottages.
Maria, Edinbugh
Date of stay: 9th March 2014
Had a fantastic time at Killin Highland Lodges a couple of weeks ago!
Took us a while to find the place (it's just past killin near golf club) but when we got there, the owner was waiting for us.
I really appreciate that they are very welcome and available if needed but they are not "in your face".
The lodge was much more spacious than we thought. Plasma tv and dvd were a plus. My toddler was well entertained after a long day out!
Absolutely spotless. I actually thought the carpet was new! It has everything you need in the kitchen including washing liquid and tea towels. The bedroom was good size, managed to fit a travel cot next to bed no problem!
Make sure you take coins for the eletricity (although owner provided us with change as soon as we got there!). The lodge heats up quickly and doesn't consume too much. Especially considering it was really cold outside during our stay.
It is relatively well located with plenty places around to visit but be prepared to drive a good 30min before you get anywhere!!
Auchingarrich wildlife centre was lovely although far too cold for our 20 month old toddler. Really quiet too, although we went on a shcool day.

All in all, I totally recommend killin highland lodges. Warm, comfortable and clean!
Linda, Blackpool
Date of stay: 28th December 2013
we stayed in killin pine 3 (no8) over the xmas week and had a fab time , the lodge had eveything we needed and there were 8 of us in it. Collin was amazing and even brought wine and chocolates over for us! and even helped when one of us needed to see a doctor. the only downside to the lodge was the electric meter as we were constantly worrying about having enough £1 coins and it being a cold time of year and xmas too. but all was ok and apart from that bit was a great stay :) would stay again if was over that way. x
Carol, South Yorkshire
Date of stay: 28th December 2013
Accommodation was just enough for the two of us and our dog. The only downside was that there didn't seem to be much soundproofing between the terraced lodges, but as no one was staying next door, it didn't really effect us. There is plenty of wardrobe space. Bed and settee were comfy. Kitchen had microwave, cooker and small fridge and freezer.
Hazel, Chesterfield
Date of stay: 12th December 2013
Killin Highland Lodges were the perfect place for our honeymoon. We were made to feel very welcome by Colin & Sarah and the card, flowers and honeymoon bubbly were a lovely touch and surprise. Our lodge was beautiful, with a spectacular view of the mountains and equipped with all that we needed in the kitchen and living areas, so we didn't need or want to go out at all. Killin village is well worth a visit and the Falls of Dochart are amazing, especially in full flow. We only ate out once and went to the Capercaillie in Killin. It was friendly, welcoming and had a great, casual menu (we had chicken & rice soup), with a great view overlooking the rapids below the Falls. Thank you.
Kimberly, Killin
Date of stay: 27th November 2013
Clean accommodation. The lodge was well kitted out for short stays but we could easily stay long term!
Diana
Lodge was really clean and welcoming it was peaceful and great location for great walks
Jane
I loved my stay a Killin and would return.
Jane
Lovely stay and time had at Killin lodges, well equipped with everything you need, only negative point is that nowhere does is state that the lodges are adjoining, it just says close together but they are in a row of four. Balcony's should be gated to allow dogs outside.
Jenifer
Absolute must !
Laura
We’ve just returned form 4 nights in Hazel (lodge 6) and had a wonderful time. The place was spotless! I’ve been in fancy hotels and cruises ships that would be put to shame by KHL! By far the best thing for us was that it was pet friendly. While that’s not rare, most places actually mean dog friendly, but at KHL we were actually able to bring our wee cat. She much preferred it to the cattery and especially loved watching all the birds in the feeders. We will definitely be back! Thank you for a truly memorable stay!
Natalie
Was a great area and good size of lodge maybe a bit undated but really cosy and relaxing.
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