Logierait Lodges break – from £15pppn
Logierait, PH9 0LH
- usually £283.00
- save 51%
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3 night break for two or four at Logierait Lodges, near Pitlochry; rated 4.5/5 on TripAdvisor – save up to 51%
- 3 night getaway for two or four people in a self-catering lodge
- Picturesque location near Pitlochry with plenty of activities in the area
- Local highlights include the Dewar’s distillery and the famous Iain Burnett Highland Chocolatier shop
- 4.5 out of 5 rating on TripAdvisor
- Valid 7 days
Whether you’re planning a cosy getaway for two or you’re going with friends, you’ll be staying in one of Logierait’s stunning lodges.
Kitted out with everything you could need, they’re a real home from home. From a fully-equipped kitchen to mod cons like Wi-Fi and a 32” TV, you’ll be well catered for. If the weather’s nice, you can even enjoy a drink outside on the private covered balcony or terrace.
There’s plenty to do in the area with stunning country walks along the River Tay, as well as fishing and restaurants like the Red Brolly Inn just a stone’s throw away. If you fancy sampling the local tipple, head to the Dewar’s distillery where you can enjoy a tour and a tasting.
“Had the pleasure of spending three nights in a two bed cabin at Logierait Pine Lodges Logierait Perthshire. Cabins are roomy well equipped and clean. The site is in a beautiful location close to the river Tay with good road links for touring.”
“Excellent accommodation. Staff extremely helpful and friendly. Will definitely be back in the future. Easy to access. Close to Pitlochry and other main visitor attractions including the chocolatier at Grandtully near Aberfeldy.”
“Have spent several nights at Logierait and absolutely loved it. We arrived a little earlier than the 4pm booking in time and were able to get into our accommodation. The staff were very friendly and the site well kept. Our lodge had everything we needed to enjoy our stay and more. The location is beautiful and it's very quiet. The highlight for me was our daily visits from the site duck population. Will definitely be back here for another break.”