Beautiful log cabins nestled within a former walled garden.

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Our chalet development is nestled within an old walled garden, next to the caravan park. While the gentle stone walls on three sides give you privacy, the setting offers stunning views of Loch Faskally, which can be enjoyed from just a short walk from each of our Log Cabins and Chalets. We offer a choice of two or three bedroom timber chalets, sleeping a maximum of five or six people. We provide duvets, duvet covers, and pillows only, other bed linen is not provided.

Two bedrooms Chalets

  • One double and one twin bedroom
  • Family bathroom with shower and separate cloakroom.

Three bedroom chalets

  • Master bedroom with en-suite shower room
  • Two twin bedrooms
  • Family bathroom

Our Chalets come with all the facilities our holiday homes offer as well as:

  • Full gas central heating
  • Double-glazing
  • Fridge-freezer
  • Private verandah with table and chairs

Linen is not provided. Prices include gas, electricity & V.A.T.

Sorry no pets allowed in hire accommodation

Chalet Services

  • Shower
  • Spacious lounge & dining area
  • Fully-fitted kitchen
  • Microwave oven
  • Central heating
  • Duvets & duvet covers
  • Pillows
  • Decking
  • Outside table & chairs
  • Fridge Freezer
  • TV

Smoking is not allowed in any of the hire accommodation. Sorry no pets allowed

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you smoke in the chalets?

Smoking is not permitted in any of our hire accommodation

Is car parking available?

Yes. Each unit has ample space to allow for parking.

Do I need to bring anything for our holiday home stay?

Aside from yourself and the good weather for the duration of your stay, we ask all guests to bring linen (sheets, pillowcases and towels) for their stay.



There are currently no travel restrictions in place for visitors travelling to Scotland.

We highly recommend that all our customers have Travel Insurance in place.

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has produced information on travel insurance implications following the outbreak. If you have any further questions about your cover or would like further reassurance, you should contact your travel insurance provider.

How to avoid catching infections like coronavirus

You can reduce your risk of getting and spreading respiratory infections by:

  • avoiding direct hand contact with your eyes, nose and mouth
  • maintaining good hand hygiene - washing hands with soap and water or alcohol hand sanitiser before eating and drinking, and after coughing, sneezing and going to the toilet
  • avoiding direct contact with people that have a respiratory illness and avoiding using their personal items such as their mobile phone
  • covering your nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing with disposable tissues and disposing of them in the nearest waste bin after use

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Are pets allowed?

No. We do not allow pets in any of our hire accommodation