Customer reviews for "The Loch Rannoch Highland Club"

There are 214 reviews for this property.

Review No: 1 by Mrs Hedderwick who stayed here on 09/03/2019 Language Flag

We enjoyed our time aa,t Loch Rannoch, but think the charge for electricity outrageous . Also, it seems a pity that time share people ca n not even buy a days use of the pool etc.

Review No: 2 by Ms Brackley who stayed here on 15/02/2019 Language Flag

This was our second visit to the resort. The location is beautiful even in winter and the views of the loch from the apartment are amazing. The village of Kinloch Rannoch is small but appealing with very welcoming cafe and a newly restored hotel serving meals and tea. For anyone who likes walking this is the ideal resort, as there are routes to suit everyone with forests, waterfalls, lochs and breathtaking views. Staff at the resort are really helpful and knowledgeable about the local area and activities. They offer a programme including an excellent watercolour class, whisky tasting and a guided walk. These are all free for residents and well worth doing. The apartment was well-equipped and very clean. The closed balcony is the best place to watch the changing light over the loch and Schiehallion. There is an extra charge for electricity and this can be quite high as the unit has storage heaters and a pretty old hot water system. We were pretty frugal and our bill was just over £32 for the week which is probably comparable with other similar resorts. You need a car to take advantage of the wider area but there is also a fantastic train ride from Rannoch Station to Mallaig via Fort William that you shouldn't miss.

Review No: 3 by Mrs Barat who stayed here on 14/02/2019 Language Flag

It was a very good stay and would definitely like to recommend and come back again. Though the place is in a very remote location and would recommend the property management to include a pick and drop service form nearest train or bus station and also an in house restaurant plus a club with a swimming pool facility.

Review No: 4 by Mr Steel who stayed here on 24/01/2019 Language Flag

The facilities were very acceptable for our dog walking break away in a perfect area. My only complaint was the electric shower. This was a quality newer unit, yet the power was next to non existent. On a cold wet time of the year, enjoying the country walks, a refreshing and cleansing wash would be expected. My own electric shower in my house is very powerful, yet this one struggles to remove shampoo and soap. The bath wasn't really an option as it would only suit someone of about 5'8 and slim build. The weeks stay was very enjoyable in all other aspects.

Review No: 5 by Mr Whitehead who stayed here on 05/01/2019 Language Flag

we arrived at 1530 to be met with a sign you can not check in till 1700 due to health and safety reasons, so you end up going up 84 stairs in darkness . A major safety issue. when we got to our lodge there was no heating on and it was warmer outside. Type of oil radiators not of sufficient to warm up tock from Saturday till Wednesday evening , to get the place warm . Note electricity is charged at 16 pence/KwHr. Our heating bill was reduced by £60 on checkout. our bill worked out £4600 /year. The lodge was at the top 84 stairs up. no safety rail at the edge lower down fitted. Well fitted out and very roomy for 6 people.

Review No: 6 by Mr White who stayed here on 28/12/2018 Language Flag

Loch Rannoch is a beautiful and peaceful area, thoroughly enjoyed the peace and quiet and also the scenery. Unit was clean and had everything needed, only problem was the number of steps up to unit.

Review No: 7 by Mrs Denham who stayed here on 08/12/2018 Language Flag

The resort was VERY quiet. We have been to Loch Rannoch before and there is an on going dispute with the hotel such that lodge visitors cannot use the leisure facilities. A shame they cannot sort this out. We called in advance to ask if we could check in early as we planned on only staying a few days rather than the week. We were told that would be fine as all housekeeping staff were leaving by 3pm for their Xmas party. We arrived by about 2pm and the receptionist was so unwelcoming she was almost rude! She practically laughed when I said I was checking in and said check in was at 5pm! After a phone call, she said the lodge was not ready but I asked to put some groceries in the fridge. Not only was the lodge ready, all staff were already away except the caretaker who basically just put the heating on. I don’t know what the fuss was about, but it was very off putting! Also we were only there two nights, have the electricity / heating off overnight and when we were out during the day. Two Evenings of electricity was over £34 I had no way of checking if this was correct, nor did they give me a meter reading on arrival, so I don’t know if they are making a killing on utilities, but staying a week will be over £100. So beware!! Doubt if we will visit again.

Review No: 8 by Mrs Terry who stayed here on 08/12/2018 Language Flag

We are frequent visitors to Loch Rannoch at all times year, thanks to DAE. In December this time it was very quiet indeed but it’s a great place to get away and enjoy the comfortable lodge, the view, the walking and visits to Aberfeldy and Blair Atholl and House of Bruar. We were in Highland Lodge 7 which has been recently and beautifully refurbished.

Review No: 9 by Mr & Mrs Hannabuss who stayed here on 24/11/2018 Language Flag

Great place to unwind, excellent walking in area. Would recommend the walk organised the club as educational and not difficult - suits all. Thanks to our Guide Steve for that. Used Highland Tours for Land Rover Tour to see Deer and learn more about the management of the estates and wildlife - great to do and fantastic views when you get up high. We were in lodge well furnished and modern with excellent views over the Loch. Would Recommend

Review No: 10 by Mrs Mccallum who stayed here on 09/11/2018 Language Flag

A remote area where a car is definitely needed and the 20 miles or so from the main road requires careful driving. Because of the elevated site, the views and the scenery all around are fantastic from all of the accommodation units but most of theunits have stairs up to them with some having a lot. This could make it difficult for some when handling luggage. The on site parking is handier for some more than others and walking on the steeply sloping surfaces is not easy. There are no on site facilities and the adjacent MacDonald Hotel gym and pool we were told were not available to us.( We did not enquire if there was a possibility of a rate for visitors ) The activities offered ( painting/walking/a clan night/whisky tasting ) were excellently presented and as all were free were great value. ! Opportunities for eating out were limited to the adjacent hotel and another excellent 5* hotel in the village with a very good cafe available during the day. Anything else was a drive of 10- 20 miles. There is a well stocked small store in the village for provisions. This is a good place for a walking / painting/photography holiday or a place to read some good books in beutiful scenery

Review No: 11 by Mr & Mrs Greig who stayed here on 02/11/2018 Language Flag

Very disappointing visit, no on site facilities eg Bar, Restaurant, Club Room, Pool. Yes we could use the Bar/Restaurant of adjoining Hotel but not very welcoming, told we could not use the Pool or any of the other Hotel Facilities. Town House type unit was comfortable but main problem was the 40 uneven steps up to the unit and then the 12 steps up to the living room... very dangerous taking luggage up and down, especially when wet. We got an upgrade from a single bed to a 2 bed with no charge which was very much appreciated. The Loch Rannoch area around the complex is beautiful none the less. Very reasonable electricity charge.

Review No: 12 by Mr & Mrs Stannard who stayed here on 02/11/2018 Language Flag

Stayed a number of times at Rannoch over the years and have always felt we could recommend the resort. Unfortunately this year we felt that standards in all aspects were not as good as they have been in the past. Wrote to the manager regarding this and have so far not received any form of acknowledgement.

Review No: 13 by Mrs Gray who stayed here on 01/11/2018 Language Flag

There are some beautiful walks and the scenery is amazing. The view of the loch from the apartment is worth the long journey. Our third year of visiting and hopefully we will be able to return next year.

Review No: 14 by Mr Ward who stayed here on 27/10/2018 Language Flag

The Lodge facilities are very good. We intended to eat in most nights, and it was a pleasure to do so. We used the internal sauna, this will cost about £10 a time. Minor niggle if £20 deposit to loan a hairdryer. This is a very remote spot, and the road to Pitlochry and shops and humans is very windy and slow. It suited our party as we wanted access to the hills to climb a Munro and a Corbet, and hire bikes to cycle around Loch Rannoch. The only pub within 5 miles is the Macdonalds hotel. The hotel prices are a little steep, and due to some dispute residents in the lodges do not have access to the pool in the hotel. Very silly really as we never saw anyone in the pool. Organised activities include whisky tasting, and a guided walk with Steve. The guided walk was very interesting, and most informative on nature, history, geography and a little bit of local scandal. You can also hire excellent bikes off Steve. The tea rooms at Rannoch Station and Corrour are brilliant. Make sure you try the cakes at Rannoch Station, and take a train one stop to Corrour. (No other public access) You can walk back from Corrour, it was a little wet underfoot in late October, but you will see the Cairngorns in full glory and isolation. We loved the location but it wont suit all

Review No: 15 by Mrs Glassford who stayed here on 20/10/2018 Language Flag

Really good property in great condition. The only negative we had was the sofa bed was really uncomfortable. The lodges were all newly decorated though and very clean.

Review No: 16 by Mr & Mrs Green who stayed here on 19/10/2018 Language Flag

Good position overlooking the loch. Friendly and helpful staff. We opted for 3 of the organised activities available(guided walk, clan night and a watercolour painting class) which were most enjoyable. The only drawback in the studio apartment was the drop down bed which was a bit inconvenient to get out and put away every day. We also found it a bit small and needed to use the bed settee too to ensure we both had a good night's sleep. (We are used to a king sized bed at home which will account for this). The local area was excellent for walks of varying levels and the autumn scenery was fabulous.

Review No: 17 by Mrs Campbell who stayed here on 13/10/2018 Language Flag

This resort is a hidden gem. Although its a bit off the beaten track there are lots of beautiful walks nearby for all abilities and age groups.A short stroll takes you into the village which has a lovely cafe with the tastiest treats,a well stocked Spar and there's also a great play park for the kids. A beautiful 45 minute car journey takes you to Pitlochry. Lodge 36 itself has just been refurbished,it was beautifully furnished and fully equipped, a real home from home. We would definately recommend this resort and will certainly stay here again.

Review No: 18 by Mr Goodman who stayed here on 06/10/2018 Language Flag

The week previous we had a brilliant 5 nights in a pet friendly cottage 2 adults & 2 pups in Northumberland. Entering the Lodge no 38 above via steps through door to cold & Damp bedrooms. Upstairs kitchen cold & intense curry smell.Took while to operate the electric convector wall heaters & grate convector fire. Furnishing from original timeshare. Dismayed to find fridge door screwed to the freezer door with piece of wood.Sat night TV would not work Rang central control 7.10pm Technician coming 20mins.Arrived 9.55 when gone to bed .Downstairs bathroom wall fan heater plus hanging crystals bag in wardrobe to collect damp.Hot water needed booster switched on for morning shower.Only benefit of Lodge was the conservatory overlooking the Loch Visitors Lodge 37 moved next day to better lodge owing to major leak in the roof. Asked twice to use the McDonalds Hotel swimming Pool next door to resort as Macdonald Hotel Club Member but refused .Ate in Hotel Dingy dark lounge.Staff v friendly .Food Mediocre but expensive No Gas on bar for drinks .Wife rang local only village store to order £50 worth of groceries, Collected Sat,but had to take back Chicken preparing Sunday dinner as stank for refund & apologies .Tried to buy Sunday paper 12.50 before close 1.00 "Oh packed away at 12.30."you should not be reading paper on holiday" Local Café in square excellent services with many gift choices .The decent eating place at Rannoch Station booked up .So after four nights we packed up and drove home 330 miles South . Would you stay again NEVER. Shame for a wonderful country area deprived of investment in the Lodge and local MacDonald's Hotel Hotel PS My wife is washing off the musty ,damp atmosphere from the Lodge off our clothes

Review No: 19 by Mr Middleton who stayed here on 04/10/2018 Language Flag

As has been described by others this resort is in a remote area of the Highlands. It's position, overlooking Loch Rannoch, is fantastic. It is a great location for walking, fishing, etc. There is little to offer, other than that, in the local area. The nearest town of any size is Pitlochry which is 20 miles away. The resort was once owned and developed by MacDonalds. It seems that, after speaking with some owners, they broke away from MacDonalds around 2009 in quite acrimonious ways. The Loch Rannoch Hotel (owned by MacDonalds) does not allow timeshare owners use of their facilities. We did visit the bar twice and had a good meal. However, on our last night we went to dine at 7.45pm and were told that it was only available for residents after 7.00pm. Neither the bar or dining room were full so it seems the feud with the Timeshare owners continues. In the village is another restaurant, Edina's Kitchen. Far grander than it's name suggests and excellent food and surroundings. It's a shame that this animosity exists as it would be handy to use all the facilities available, even if at a small charge. We were in Otter 2 which had spectacular views, as do all the units. The unit was a little tired and in need of refurbishment but was still in a good condition. One of the better resorts that we have visited. The units that have been refurbished, generally 2 bedrooms, are fabulous. We would certainly visit again.

Review No: 20 by Mr McEwan who stayed here on 29/09/2018 Language Flag

Beautiful Apartment overlooking the Loch. Will definitely be back next year. Didn't bother us too much but the Hotel on site (not the apartments) could not cope with (regular) coach parties and refused to serve food after 6.30pm to anyone other than hotel residents. Very little else in the area so be prepared!

Review No: 21 by Mr Fairbairn who stayed here on 29/09/2018 Language Flag

Although clean and well equipped the fittings in the unit had seen better days. All functional but clearly kept together with bits taken from other units that have been refurbished. Great views across Loch Rannoch from the covered balcony. Plenty to do in the area. Well worth visiting. Try a return train ticket from Rannoch Station to Mallaig, one of the best scenic journeys in the world, through the UK's highest railway station and over the viaduct that features in the 'Harry Potter' films.

Review No: 22 by Mr Nicholson who stayed here on 29/09/2018 Language Flag

Beautiful location. Enjoyed the week.

Review No: 23 by Dr Foster who stayed here on 28/09/2018 Language Flag

Fourth and last visit this year almost torpedoed by the (forgetful?) owner of the apartment we were exchanging into. DAE to the rescue! An excellent and very satisfactory solution worked out by the DAE staff - bravo! As usual, wonderful views and a lovely location, in itself and in its proximity to the things we like to do. Comfortable and pleasant apartment which was one of the smaller 1/4 ones this time. Like most 1/4s, a bit tight for four people (though KR 1/4s are certainly more roomy than some we've stayed in abroad) but ideal for two and it has everything required. The weather was 'variable', but this is autumnal Scotland and it can be brilliant, awful or something in between. We had a selection of all types and, in true autumnal fashion, often on the same day. When it's bright, however, the colours in the countryside are wonderful - dress appropriately for the occasion and the countryside will dress up for you: you'll see more than you ever could from behind a windscreen! We also had two enjoyable visits to Pitlochry Festival Theatre, a visit to the Enchanted Forest Light Show and the Explorers' Garden in Pitlochry and a trip from Rannoch Station to Fort William (went to Mallaig last time) and the train journey is worth the fare alone. All that plus walks, boat trips and eating out in Aberfeldy, Tummel and Logierait - all recommended. We'll be back!

Review No: 24 by Mr Bowerbank who stayed here on 22/09/2018 Language Flag

The views from the lodge were fantastic and an amazing kitchen and living room area. Will return in next year or so. Nice sauna in the lodge. The wifi temperamental and lost signal for long periods. Its 25 miles from nearest town and 12 from a pub except for the MacDonald's hotel bar which is onsite. Village only has a shop and cafe. There is another hotel with a bar but very pretentious and no atmosphere or anywhere to feel comfortable to sit. Went in but came out straight away. The walking around the area is varied from straight forward to challenging. Stunning views.

Review No: 25 by Mr Richardson who stayed here on 20/09/2018 Language Flag

This is a beautiful resort with fantastic views of Loch Rannoch and the mountains from the conservatory. A very well equipped kitchen with all modern appliances, beautiful cutlery and dishes.

Review No: 26 by Mr Elson who stayed here on 15/09/2018 Language Flag

Very spacious living , cooking area with outstanding picture window views of loch. Sauna in bathroom was also a welcome treat.

Review No: 27 by Miss Williamson who stayed here on 14/09/2018 Language Flag

We stayed in a one bed apartment which made an excellent base to explore the surrounding area. The apartment is small and compact and although quite dated offered us the ideal comfort for our stay. Sitting out on the conservatory with views across the loch was the highpoint, even when the weather was a bit wet outside. This is our second visit and although we may not return to a one bed apartment (our own personal view that it was a bit smaller for our stay), we will certainly return to the resort. What it does lack is indoor facilities when the weather turns eg a pool on site.

Review No: 28 by Mr & Mrs Clark who stayed here on 13/09/2018 Language Flag

An excellent location with stunning views from the accommodation. Lots of local walking opportunities & ideal for access to Schiehallion & the neighbouring ridges. Pitlochry, Aberfeldy & House of Bruar all nearby. Our unit was spacious & well equipped. Parking appears to be limited to one vehicle per unit, which may cause issues for two couples sharing & planning to meet at the resort.

Review No: 29 by Mrs Mcauley who stayed here on 08/09/2018 Language Flag

Excellent accommodation with wonderful views of the Loch.

Review No: 30 by Mr Humphreys who stayed here on 01/09/2018 Language Flag

For Scottish charm in a peaceful and picturesque location you can't do any better than stay at Loch Rannoch Highland Club. We were fortunate enough to stay in the Lochside Apartments which are ideal for those who don't want to climb the hill and as a couple in accommodation for 8 people had so much space and comfort. It is not every resort which will agree to allow owners to bring their dog but they do here. We took the bus to Pitlochry and the station is about 17 miles away down the Lochside road and so although fairly remote you are certainly not cut off from civilisation. We can recommend the café in the village and the tea room at the station but there is a mobile fish and chip van on Tuesdays. The Club also provided whisky tasting on Wednesday and the very interesting and informative Clan NIght on Monday. We would definitely go back again.

Review No: 31 by Mr Murray who stayed here on 01/09/2018 Language Flag

Best place in the world

Review No: 32 by Mr Maw who stayed here on 30/08/2018 Language Flag

This is a beautiful resort, it’s remote so a car is a necessary, it’s starting to look it’s age in places but it’s position and views are fabulous will definitely visit again

Review No: 33 by Mr Piloni who stayed here on 30/08/2018 Language Flag

A lovely quiet resort located very close to the Loch. The reception is located in the village before you arrive at the actual resort. As some have said, the décor and furniture is a little dated but perfectly adequate and clean. The self contained unit in Pine Marten 6, is dog friendly and had everything we needed, including a freezer. The enclosed balcony had sunny wide views of the Loch and was very relaxing. The bathroom looked fairly newly refurbished with a hot electric shower over the bath. There is signed parking for each individual unit. The grounds are covered in grass (which the loose sheep graze on!) with steps up and down from the circular road around the Loch. We popped into the bar which also overlooks the Loch and had several drinks sitting outside in the sun. Locally the village is very small with only one grocery/corner shop which has an ATM inside.(not always working) The resort is a good base for walking and is very quiet and tranquil. There is probably not much for children on site. Many good dog walking areas nearby. A trip to the Rannoch Station tea room is recommended (closed Fridays) and it is located to some lovely moor type area for walking. We spotted about 6 Deer grazing nearby. We can also recommend a restaurant called the Inn at Loch Tummel, about 20 mins drive away. We had 2 fantastic meals there. Due to road networks, the actual location of the resort does not easily allow access to the west of Scotland, but travel east gives you access to the A9. If you are after a quiet tranquil resort, we can recommend The Loch Rannoch Highland Club.

Review No: 34 by Dr Foster who stayed here on 11/08/2018 Language Flag

Third visit this year and, this time, to a 2 bed Highland Lodge. Haven't had one of these, larger, more modern units (though the others are excellent as well) : excellent quality and the larger sun lounge (in this particular unit) only enhanced the usual, superb, views. Weather pretty poor but this is Scotland and sometimes it happens! Too much to do in any case, providing one has the right gear and the right mindset! A car is essential but the best experiences are to be had on Shanks' pony! Only one criticism - the wifi: this can be fine in some units but this unit wasn't one of them!

Review No: 35 by Mr McCormick who stayed here on 11/08/2018 Language Flag

We have exchanged several times into this resort. In the words of the eternal wisdom of real estate, the top 3 things are location, location, location. Loch views are stunning...at least if the weather is playing ball! Units are typically spacious and reasonably well furnished/equipped, if somewhat dated. There is a reasonably decent wifi speed on site although on this particular occasion, the unit we were allocated had virtually no internet service - which as it turned out was a real problem for us this time. I believe some of the units are piggy-backed off some others which can be a source of issue - as can poor weather according to site staff, but I am not sure on the technical basis of that comment. There are no facilities on site. If you are going there then it is likely for the outdoor pursuits within the stunning countryside or sit with your feet up enjoying the peace and quiet.

Review No: 36 by Signora Zuliani who stayed here on 10/08/2018 Language Flag

Il giorno del nostro arrivo la reception ha chiuso un'ora prima del previsto,abbiamo dovuto fare il check-in la mattina dopo, ci avevano lasciato le chiavi dentro l'appartamento con qualche istruzione preliminare. L'appartamento è spazioso, adatto a 4 persone, con il necessario per prepararsi da mangiare senza problemi. L'arredo si vede che è un po' vecchio,però non mal tenuto. WiFi poco funzionale, si prendeva solo in una camera ( in salotto no purtroppo ).

Review No: 37 by Mrs Watson who stayed here on 03/08/2018 Language Flag

Kinnloch Rannoch is an ideal base to get away from it all. The views from your own enclosed balcony/conservatory are stunning, Our unit (Red Deer 1) was clean, comfortable and very well equipped down to Yorkshire pudding tins, slow cooker, a large range of crockery and even tupperware for your pack-up when roaming the hills. The furnishings were a little dated but we were here for the external views not the fittings. Staff were very helpful, quick to respond to a minor maintenance issue and ran some enjoyable events (Monday's Clan Night and the Wed Whiskey tasting). The welcome meeting was actually useful (no hard sell) though do leave before the Manager starts his resort review and update! It is a long drive in and out of the valley but you have to put the effort in if you really want to get away from it all. We enjoyed walks in the local forest above the loch and a trip on the scenic rail route from Rannoch station (best scones ever served at the station) to Mallaig but did not even get round to using the local bike hire company to cycle round the loch. A visit to Newtonmore Highland Games was fun, Glamis Castle was well worth the visit and Aberfeldy was lovely with the bracing Birks walk and plenty of choice for eating without the usual tourist premium prices that you get in Pitlochry and the Rannoch valley. The managers tip for a walk round Blair Atholl was useful and the neighbouring Watermill Cafe was a lovely spot for lunch selling its own fresh baked bread, shortcake and flour to take home. If we ever wanted another get away from it all and relax break, we would certainly consider returning here.

Review No: 38 by Dr Foster who stayed here on 02/08/2018 Language Flag

Not much to say, really, as this was our second visit of four this year and it was as enjoyable an experience as ever. We had friends with us this time and they were able to testify to the excellence of the pull-down double bed. All LRHC units have the same facility - a strange and wonderful throwback to the 1970s which encompasses a pull-down full double, lots of wardrobe storage for clothes and, weirdest of all, a drinks cabinet with mirror drop-shelf and sliding glass. No ropey bed-settees for LRHC! Instead you have a piece of furniture which isn't intrusive (even the smaller apartments have a very decent size lounge area) but is big enough for 007 to disappear the bad guy in (or Benny Hill - given that the fold-up bed featured in as many farces as thrillers!). We had a great time in a wonderful part of the country - enhanced by the resort's 'grass maintenance staff': the flock of sheep munching their way round! Even Shaun the Sheep holidays at LRHC!

Review No: 39 by Mr & Mrs Jones who stayed here on 02/08/2018 Language Flag

Beautiful setting. Very quiet and ideal if want a good walking holiday. Lack of pool and somewhere to eat on site. Car essential. Lots of steps to accommodation and some tricky parking. Lodge very well equipped with plenty of cutlery, crockery and kitchen utensils. Hair drier borrowed on deposit. Would go again.

Review No: 40 by Mrs Dickson who stayed here on 28/07/2018 Language Flag

Parking was a bit difficult and there could have been more information on the appliances eg the TV

Review No: 41 by Mrs Horler who stayed here on 28/07/2018 Language Flag

Beautiful scenery and total peace retreat. Property comfortable , spacious and well equipped, Ideal place to leave it all behind. The hotels are pricey and not much choice for shopping with the nearest town 45 mins away, Recommend getting an Asda delivery for your groceries. Lovely relaxing holiday will definitely return, Would have been nice to use the pool.

Review No: 42 by Mr Busby who stayed here on 26/07/2018 Language Flag

Another lovely visit to stunning Loch Rannoch for a week of walking and relaxation! Highly recommend a stay here:)))

Review No: 43 by Mr & Mrs Mednick who stayed here on 20/07/2018 Language Flag

Excellent location and views from the apartment

Review No: 44 by Mr Scott who stayed here on 07/07/2018 Language Flag

Fantastic location, staff and scenery would definitely go back

Review No: 45 by Mr & Mrs Campbell who stayed here on 05/07/2018 Language Flag

A lovely setting at the loch side lodge was excellent with a great view of the loch. It is a pity that the hotel does not allow the use of the swimming pool but we knew this before hand so not a problem. there are a lot of steps to the lodge but again fore warned = fore armed. all in all it was a very good holiday with good walks close at hand.

Review No: 46 by Dr Foster who stayed here on 05/07/2018 Language Flag

First of four visits this year and in a 1 bed overlooking the loch - spectacular view! Great conservatory, spacious lounge/kitchen (not gigantic but well designed and thus comfortable space) similar to all LRHC units. We've not used the lounge bed in all the years we've been coming here (different units each time) but it's a smart pull-down-cupboard arrangement which appears, to me, to be preferable to the sofa-bed often spotted in other resorts. The furniture and furmishings are 'old-fashioned' according to my wife but so am I and so I rather like their solidity. Wi-fi was first-rate (which isn't always the case), beds comfortable and bathroom small but functional (it's a bathroom!). Only drawback was the fact that the shower was not working properly and gave out very hot or cold with nothing in between. We reported it and, if the past predicts the future, they'll have fixed it promptly. We caught the last week of the heatwave (with one day of much-needed rain) and so the weather was perfect. There's so much to do around Perthshire for those with a bit of gumption and adventure but the resort is an ideal spot for gentle chilling out. I do see reviews which note the remoteness of the place ("ehm, that's the point!") and the lack of facilities such as a restaurant. Thank goodness for that, I say: if I want mediocre eating then I can go elsewhere. For good eating, try the local restaurants at Struan, Inn on the Tummel and so forth and, to combat the dreaded 'remoteness', take the 25 minute drive to the tourist hubbub of Pitlochry. Alternatively, drive or cycle up to Rannoch Station, try the delicious cakes in the tearoom and then hop on the train to Fort William or, for a longer day, to Mallaig on the West Highland line and some of the best fish-and-chips ever!

Review No: 47 by Mr & Mrs Shaw who stayed here on 05/07/2018 Language Flag

Beautiful site and location. Definitely need car roads very narrow and winding. Rannoch loch is right opposite site lots of lovely beach areas around the loch for fishing, swimming. Great pity we couldn’t use pool at hotel . We were in red squirrel 6 which overlook loch but parking can be difficult due to staff cars. If you like walking and cycling this is for you if not you have a twenty minute drive to get anywhere.

Review No: 48 by Mr & Mrs Hudson-Peacock who stayed here on 05/07/2018 Language Flag

Loch Rannoch Highland Club. Beautiful location, the house is well appointed although we did have to go and ask for a kettle upon arrival. Some attention is needed, screws loose in a cupboard door and window unable to close for example. However our stay was enjoyable and comfortable. The biggest drawback for us was the only hotel on the site where the food and drink was expensive and the service at the bar was "half-hearted!" Fortunately both the DunAlistair and the café in the village were considerably better, and the fish and chip van visits the village square, so only a short drive or a pleasant walk away. It is several years since our last visit to Loch Rannoch, and we did enjoy our return trip. The service given by the administrative staff to us was excellent, so in conclusion, its a beautiful place to visit and I am sure each visitor will have different opinions and experiences, but overall we thoroughly enjoyed it.

Review No: 49 by Mr Lawrence who stayed here on 29/06/2018 Language Flag

Fantastic Location with great views & local walks.

Review No: 50 by Mr Lafaye who stayed here on 29/06/2018 Language Flag

The flat was good and cleaned but the staircase should be cleaned and renovated. The environment is a little bit more noisy than the lodge we had the first week of our stay.

Review No: 51 by Mr Lafaye who stayed here on 23/06/2018 Language Flag

We had a great time in the lodge with an breathtaking view over the lake. Very calm and quiet.

Review No: 52 by Mrs Morson who stayed here on 16/06/2018 Language Flag

Perfect location for awesome Scottish scenery. Right on the side of Loch Rannoch with spectacular loch views. Ideal for cyclists, walkers and general outdoors sightseeing. Short stroll into Kinloch Rannoch where you will find a cafe, art gallery, local shop and post office. Also high end hotel Dunalastair, for a very nice special meal or afternoon tea. The famous Rannoch Station Cafe is a 17 mile drive / cycle away. Coffee and cake heaven. Good walks from there too, 12 miles to Glencoe! The lodge itself was very well equipped. Bedroom furnishings a little dated but perfectly adequate. Some lodges are built into the hillside. Ours smelt a little musty on ground floor however the use of the sauna located on that floor helped. The top floor with kitchen, living space and loch views is spectacular. Overall 9/10. We would definitely go back as the location for us as cyclists was superb.

Review No: 53 by Mr & Mrs Lawson who stayed here on 16/06/2018 Language Flag

The only downside to the property if the long narrow road with blind bends (about 17 miles) from Pitlochry which has logging wagons and delivery wagons flying along it. And I mean flying. If you can plan your route you can come in from Aberfeldy and head towards Tummel Bridge on the B846. After the village of cosheville watch out for a small sign on the right hand side of the road, all it says is Schiehallion Road. Turn left and follow that road to Kinnloch rannoch. It is still a narrow road with a few blind bends but much of it is straight. The advantage is that it does not have logging or delivery wagons as it is unsuitable for vehicles over 7.5 tons. It is a very pleasant road and much safer. It is probably no use in winter as I would think it will get snowed over. My only other criticism is the patchy wifi. Our friends next door but one had a full signal, we had virtually no signal which kept dropping out. It seems that there isn't a router in every lodge. This is a great place to go and do very little other that sit and look out over the loch or go for walks in the local countryside. They have a few activities, such a walking tour and a whisky night on site but other than the MacDonald Hotel there is not cafe or activity room. A cafe or restaurant onsite would transform this property.

Review No: 54 by Ms Dillon who stayed here on 09/06/2018 Language Flag

Had another fantastic week at Loch Rannoch. Stayed at HL 45 which involved a lot of steps inside and out, which was a challenge at times, but we got fitter. The staff are extremely professional and helpful as usual and we had great weather. invited my mum and brother, with his young son and they all enjoyed the stay, particularly impressed by the scenery from the lodge and facilities and spec of the apartment. The resort provided a cot, high chair and stairguard which were clean and functional We cycled around the Loch on Sunday to avoid any log lorries, and it was fabulous, so much so we turned around and did it in reverse. We cycled around Loch Tay a few days later and it was quite different, more frenetic and less scenic due to the traffic and fewer opportunities to stop. The electricity charge is quite steep but we appreciate with a sauna and the complications of a meter read it is the fairest option.

Review No: 55 by Mr McGibbon who stayed here on 09/06/2018 Language Flag

This resort will depend on what lodge you stay, we were informed that most lodges have some steps as they are built into a mountain side, some steps is not 80 stone steps to the front door and a further 16 stairs inside as the lodges are upside down, lounge and kitchen upstairs, bed rooms below. My wife and I are 73 years old and regard ourselves as fairly fit, but we found the climb to the front door far too hard and gave up on Wednesday and packed our bags and departed today, Thursday 14/06/18. Our dog is 11 years old and I had too carry him up a number of times. We got told they could not move us as all lodges had been booked, but we noticed that there were a few vacant at street level. This resort should carry a health warning.

Review No: 56 by Mr Sutcliffe who stayed here on 07/06/2018 Language Flag

The best equipped kitchen I have seen in over 30 years of exchanging timeshare apartments. Everything of highest quality, particularly glasses and crockery. No open balcony as they are all enclosed and equipped with conservatory type furniture and all windows open wide so plenty of air circulates. The main sitting/dining area is very well furnished and chairs are comfortable. There are a lot of steps both outside and within the apartments but despite our poor mobility, it was well worth the effort as the views across the loch were wonderful. Parking arrangements were good with allocated spaces for each apartment and porters available to help with the luggage. Mid-week cleaning is available as an extra if required. There is a grocery shop/post office in the village supplying basics, daily newspapers etc. Most importantly, everyone is very friendly,both in the village and on the resort.

Review No: 57 by Mrs Horler who stayed here on 26/05/2018 Language Flag

Had a really relaxing time, so peaceful & tranquil. Unfortunately not much around, however the views were stunning and great for walking the dog. Would definitely go back again, absolutely loved it.

Review No: 58 by Miss Barnes who stayed here on 26/05/2018 Language Flag

Nice unit. Well presented. Decor a bit dark but in style

Review No: 59 by Mrs Ewart who stayed here on 25/05/2018 Language Flag

amazing location excellent views from apartments. would highly recommend a visit.

Review No: 60 by Mr Parkinson who stayed here on 25/05/2018 Language Flag

Excellent all round and very clean resort located in very picturesque surroundings with good staff who are all willing to help or give advice. I highly recommend this resort for its peace, quiet and magnificent scenery.

Review No: 61 by Mr Bull who stayed here on 25/05/2018 Language Flag

My wife and I were very fortunate and had a gorgeous week of sunshine, and even went paddling in the Loch. Stunning location, spectacular views of the Loch from the balcony. Hired a bike from Dial a Bike Steve, who was very helpful. Juergen from Dial a Bus was also brilliant, and you only pay the cost of the bus fare, although he picks you up from apartment to your destination! Having a car is essential, as the area is remote, however, we soon got our bearings. Nice little village, and has a shop, cafe, hotel, medical centre if needed. If you have teenage kids though, they will need to be the adventurous type, and enjoy walking, cycling etc, otherwise they could be bored. First time in the Highlands for us and we loved the area, did very little hill walking as too hot! Never thought I would say that. Apartment rather old fashioned, but well equipped and wifi very good. You have your own car parking spot which is great. Definitely worth a try! Dave and Claire

Review No: 62 by Mrs Churchill who stayed here on 24/05/2018 Language Flag

Stunning venue. Stunning facilities. Helpful staff. Would recommend to anyone and have submitted numerous requests for a further booking.

Review No: 63 by Mr Poole who stayed here on 12/05/2018 Language Flag

A very beautiful resort but not good for people with mobility problems. It is on a hillside and most units have stairs to and inside the property. No restaurant or bar on site. No leisure facilities. Area is beautiful but remote, small shop in village and post office, tea room but not much else. The unit we had was immaculate and couldn't fault furnishings and utensils. Staff very helpful,. Would love to go back.

Review No: 64 by Mr & Mrs Hardy who stayed here on 27/04/2018 Language Flag

We stayed in Pine martin lodges these are due an up grade so we were informed and they do need it, most of the other lodges have been done, however it was very clean and everything was catered for apart from a hair dryer! We chose this resort as it was pet friendly, I really wouldn't recommend it for anyone who has mobility problems! the lodges are built into the side of a hill and 60 steps to get to the only bit of flat grass for the dog to have a run was hard going, dogs are required to be on a lead at all times in the resort not a problem but climbing up the side of a mountain was, also getting luggage and supplies into the lodge by two small flights of steps meant it was a team effort to unload! not all the lodges are like this so don't be put off staying there, the view was fantastic, great if you love walking and want to be miles from the world, weather was sunny but chilly at 7 degs. Rather disappointed that the hotel pool did not allow lodge residents to use it! Speaking to one of the staff I was informed that there are changes happening shortly.

Review No: 65 by Mr Stewart who stayed here on 21/04/2018 Language Flag

Another wonderful week spent at Kinloch Rannoch. Everything about this place is excellent, peaceful and delightful. Regardless of the ever changing weather, we always find something to do. Either walking, and there are numerous walks to do, cycling, either way round the loch or up and down to Rannoch station. A pleasant walk round the village, or drive down to Bruar Falls and Glen Tilt. Our weeks goes past so quickly we always need to return. A home from home. Looking forward to our next trip already.

Review No: 66 by Mr & Mrs Cole who stayed here on 21/04/2018 Language Flag

The one and only criticism is that as we were in Highland Lodge 46 there are a lot of steps. In fact, from the car park area up to the living area in the lodge there are 86 steps! Not good when you are not as agile as you used to be!!! Other than that, this is a fantastic place for a holiday.

Review No: 67 by Mr Marsh who stayed here on 14/04/2018 Language Flag

We really enjoyed our stay. We stayed in Highland Lodge 47 which enjoyed magnificent views of the loch and mountains. There were 80 steps to climb to reach it though! Kept us fit! The standard of the accommodation was among the best we've stayed in on exchange holidays. The kitchen in particular was very well equipped. The bathrooms were a little tired. We reported a problem with the walk-in shower as it didn't drain very quickly so experienced a flood on the floor. However, although it was reported on our second day, no-one came to inspect it during our stay. We thought that the standard charge for electricity of £55 plus vat was rather steep for two people. This may improve when the smart meters are activated. The wifi signal was fairly steady. The reception staff were very friendly and helpful. They recommended that we attend the welcome meeting to find out what was on during our week. However, it was geared towards owners, who I'm sure found it informative about future plans for the club and problems being rectified etc. We attended the clan night which was very interesting. We also greatly enjoyed the free guided walk one morning with Steve, going off the track into the Black Wood on the south side of the loch. The resort is well placed to reach local beauty spots but is rather remote, being 20 miles from the nearest fuel station. Although the drive to Pitlochry or Aberfeldy takes quite a time, the beauty of the countryside more than compensates. We'll be back one day.

Review No: 68 by Mrs Lang who stayed here on 14/04/2018 Language Flag

The 2 bed Highland Lodge was very comfortable , warm and well equipped. Although the fixed charge for electricity seemed excessive. The conservatory is an added bonus and although it had its own heating available it was not needed because of the radiant heat through the roof. A lovely place to sit and read or just soak up the views. The reason there are good views is that there are many steps to climb from the car parking to the unit door. Hard work packing and unpacking . More walks around the village and Loch. than anticipated , suited to all abilities. The village is peaceful and free of touristy influence . Due to the remote situation you will need to stock up with food as the nearest supermarkets are 18 miles away in Pitlochrey . There is a Co- Op in the village for emergency basics. Eating out is an expensive exercise as the two hotels have no competition. 18 miles to Rannoch Station where we caught a train to Glenfinnan for the day , it will take you to Fort William and on to as Mallaig if required. ( pay on the train) A lovely scenic journey. Given the chance would definitely visit again.

Review No: 69 by Mr Brown who stayed here on 12/04/2018 Language Flag

Superb view from the apartment. Really 'out in the wilds' but a great pleasure to drive on the almost entirely traffic free roads.

Review No: 70 by Mr Thomas who stayed here on 12/04/2018 Language Flag

Some of the units have numerous steps to get to them but there are stunning views. Fill up with petrol and provisions as nearest supermarket 20miles away in Pitlochry although there is a local shop but not an easy walk to it. Lovely view comfortable lodge bed extremely good.

Review No: 71 by Mrs Caldow who stayed here on 12/04/2018 Language Flag

The site was tired but everything was clean. Lots of steps to lodge, a bit difficult with our dog. Would have been good to have a swim. Long way to travel for an average self catering lodge.

Review No: 72 by Mr Murphy who stayed here on 06/04/2018 Language Flag

Stock up on food/drink first, only a small shop near the resort. Asda, Co-op and Tesco will deliver Narrow roads and bends. Arriving at the village, the office is on the left opposite the medical centre. Complex is ¼ mile further on, where you will also find a McDonald hotel The complex is on a hillside & all units overlook the Loch. We had Pine Marten 3, a 2 bed unit. Steps to all units. Parking very restricted, bigger cars could struggle to get in some spaces Entry was at 1st floor level. A twin ensuite bedroom on this level & combined open plan lounge, dining room & kitchen. Patio doors to conservatory. Stairs lead down to the ground floor & a double ensuite bedroom & sauna. Patio doors from here lead to a wooden terrace approx 4m x 2.5m, great views but no patio furniture. Room is modern but lounge etc is very dated, typically Scottish dark decor & tartan. Not to our taste. From what we saw in other units, there is similar furniture & fittings. There is an abundance of cooking utensils & appliances, including crockery, cutlery & glassware. There is a pull down double bed in the lounge area. Electric heaters in all rooms including bathrooms. An information folder about the appliances & places to visit in the area. Other leaflets about activities are available in the office, hotel, café and shop. There's a set charge for electricity, varies according to season and size of unit 10 minute walk into the village which has a café, another hotel, an artists studio, a small repair garage, play park & grocers that sell many things It also has a Post Office counter open M - F, 0930-1130 & has a chargeable ATM. A medical centre, by appointment Visited Pitlochry, House of Bruar, Aberfeldy, Kenmore, Rannoch Great for outdoor activities, hiking, rambling, sightseeing mountaineering, cycling etc. Relaxing time. Caught up with reading material, fresh air & some wine Would we return, probably not, we prefer more modern accommodation, hotter climates and be

Review No: 73 by Mr Powell who stayed here on 30/03/2018 Language Flag

not a good place for young children as there is nothing for them to do as can't us the hotels pool

Review No: 74 by Ms Cummings who stayed here on 30/03/2018 Language Flag

Beautiful location but the lodge was dated and smelt musty

Review No: 75 by Mrs Roberton who stayed here on 29/03/2018 Language Flag

We had another great stay at Loch Rannoch, the snow was an added bonus! The lodge had excellent views and was well equipped. I had one problem the bed was very firm but as only 2 off us were staying we used the pull down bed in lounge area, this was much softer. We shall be back again.

Review No: 76 by Ms Martorano who stayed here on 24/03/2018 Language Flag

An excellent stay at this resort. Very well equipped lodge. We were in Highland 32. Amazing views. There are 3 roads into Kinloch Rannoch from the A9 and we tried them all - different scenery, so worth an explore.

Review No: 77 by Mrs Scott Cordingley who stayed here on 24/03/2018 Language Flag

The resort and accommodation are very nice. The views are magnificent. The only thing was in our confirmation it said you could get complimentary tea and coffee from the Dunalstair Hotel nearby upon arrival and I also phoned the resort to check this and was told that yes this is correct. However, upon arrival, we were told this was not the case!! Also, the welcome meeting was cancelled without any prior notice, people were waiting outside the Village Hall and as no one turned up, we went to reception to be told it had been cancelled!! There should be more organisation and it seems a bit his and miss. Apart, from this, the resort is lovely with stunning views. we will definitely return and hopefully the organisation of events will run smoothly.

Review No: 78 by Mrs Jones who stayed here on 22/03/2018 Language Flag

The scenery was stunning and took our breath away. The loch and mountains were magnificent. Plenty of places of interest to visit and local walks. Can't wait to stay again later this year.

Review No: 79 by Mr Smith who stayed here on 08/03/2018 Language Flag

To start with a positive. The views from this property are idyllic, as a consequence of which one can overlook and forgive the rather dated decor within the property itself. What we cannot either overlook or forgive is that our holiday was spoilt by an electric heating problem within the unit and the total inadequate and inappropriate response of the management to this. While it is true that after two cold nights spent shivering in the apartment we were then offered alternative accommodation, this was only prompted by our telephone call asking what was happening (and only then being told that the problem could not be fixed) so we should move. We were then told the number of the unit to which we should transfer, although up to that point the heating had not been put on in that unit, and no help was offered to move all our belongings on a cold wet night, involving numerous steps than can be a challenge for this 77 year-old at the best of times. We therefore chose to transfer only our overnight things, packing the car the following day for a foreshortened holiday. Adding insult to injury, on departure the reception staff initially presented us with their standard electricity bill for the period of our stay (apparently the individual units are not metered). - even though without heating we must have used very little. Thus despite the idyllic position and views, we will not be returning to Loch Rannoch Highland Club.

Review No: 80 by Mrs Somers who stayed here on 24/02/2018 Language Flag

The lodges are desperately in need of updating, especially the kitchen (weird central unit with far too many cupboards). The raised floor separating the living area could be a H&S hazard. We felt the heating to be inadequate for the size of the Lodge though admittedly we were there in extremely cold weather conditions. the bathrooms would certainly benefit from underfloor heating. We were disturbed by an odd banging sound (possibly of metal hitting another hard surface), audible particularly on the ground floor and particularly noticeable at night. It may have been something loose banging in the wind but worth investigating. Unlike the properties at Melfort (where we own) there was a lack of basics in the kitchen - cling film, aluminium foil, salt and pepper et al. The above notwithstanding we really enjoyed our stay at Loch Rannoch and the location and scenery are spectacular.

Review No: 81 by Mr Butcher who stayed here on 17/02/2018 Language Flag

This was our fourth time in Kinloch Rannoch and this way by far the best apartment we have stayed in, lots of room and very comfortable and beautiful views from the enclosed balcony.

Review No: 82 by Mr Main who stayed here on 17/02/2018 Language Flag

We had a lovely week at Kinloch Rannoch and unbeleavably sunshine and blue skies which made the snow topped mountain view superb and the balcony a sun trapp.The lodge had just been refurbished to a high standard and made the holiday very special . Staff were cheery and helpful as were owners we spoke to.Hope to do this again. Nancy

Review No: 83 by Ms Sloan who stayed here on 15/02/2018 Language Flag

Lovely scenic area for a family break with lots of good walks about for dogs. The nearby village of Kinloch Rannoch has a well stocked Post Office for the oddities you always forget and the Riverbank Café is very dog friendly.....with great scones too! We also managed to get a dinner reservation at The Dunalastair Hotel which was most enjoyable. We found the whole area was full of very friendly and helpful people who all helped making this a relaxing break..... We had lovely views from the apartment over the loch to the snowcapped mountains beyond and it was super to sit in the conservatory with a coffee and relax. Would love to go back another time.

Review No: 84 by Mr Hoyle who stayed here on 03/02/2018 Language Flag

We have had an excellent week at this resort. The apartment we had there was excellent and the view from it was superb although we did have to climb 77 steps with our suitcases in order to get to ours. Our appartment was definitely not one for the very elderly or disabled although lower down ones would probably be acceptable. A car is a must for this resort The only criticism I have is that our appartment was freezing upon our arrival and took a long time to warm up. There was no heating on ( housekeeping could have put it on for a while before our arrival) and little if anything in the instructions to point us to some of the heating appliances. That being said we worked things out for ourselves although we did spend a cold first night. There is now a fixed charge for electricity which we only found out about from another guest. The house manual was still saying you paid for what you used.

Review No: 85 by Mr Whapplington who stayed here on 27/01/2018 Language Flag

First impressions are important. We arrived early because we didn’t wish to be driving the 18 miles from the A9 late afternoon in January on roads that could be covered in snow and ice. Upon arrival, we were told that we would have to wait until the 5 pm booking in time. It was claimed this was because of health and safety. When we were given access to our unit, we discovered the heating was switched off, and therefore was extremely cold. We also discovered the bedroom was a 6ft x 6ft “cupboard” with a bunk bed and no other furniture. This should no way have been described as a one bedroomed apartment. It was a studio apartment with somewhere to accommodate a couple of children. I tried to obtain another apartment without success. I was told it may be possible to move the following day, but having spent 24 hours in the apartment we decided we didn’t want the hassle of moving, so did not pursue this option. The kettle did not work. It took over 2 hours for someone to arrive to sort out. The person arrived without a replacement and having examined the dud kettle had to then go and obtain a replacement. The utility charge at the end of the week was over £36. We moved from this resort to spend a second week at another Scottish resort, and the utility charge at the second resort was £14.75. We did stay one day less at the second resort, but I still believe the charge of £36+ for a weeks electricity excessive.

Review No: 86 by Mr Sneddon who stayed here on 27/01/2018 Language Flag

What can I say from driving through the village to arriving at our Lochside Lodge No: 5 and walking through the front door it was beautiful. The lodge was great home from home and very cosy, the rooms and décor were lovely and the view what can I say amazing. We never needed to go out unless it was to walk the dog's that loved every minute of it to from sitting out on the balcony's to going for long walks in the fresh air. Will be coming back again hopefully this year. staff in the reception and even the local shop and villager's all so friendly and welcoming. The view's were amazing. Thank You Gail Kemp

Review No: 87 by Mr Bucknall who stayed here on 27/01/2018 Language Flag

We last visited this resort in March 2006 and were uneasy before our arrival about the quality of the apartment. These concerns were answered as soon as we opened the door to apartment No. 42. This is one of the 2 bedroom refurbished apartments – magnificent! The superbly equipped lounge/kitchen/dining room on the upper level overlooks Loch Rannoch. Everything was modern and we wanted for nothing with the exception of a washing machine and dryer. Guests must use an on-site laundrette to wash clothes - £1 for a wash and £1 for 30 minutes drying time. Bring your own detergent. Sky TV provided plenty of entertainment channels but there was healthy competition from the traditional games available in the lodge. Heating is from wall mounted electric powered individually controlled units in addition to a Dimplex cabinet blower type in the lounge. There is also underfloor heating in the bathrooms which was appreciated during our stay because the ourside temperature rarely exceeded 3C. The weekly electricity bill when we stayed was £49. We only used the double bedroom – super king size with plenty of wardrobe and drawer space provided. An adequate supply of bath and hand towels was provided. We had one maintenance issue which was reported to the office and resolved during the day – very efficient service. The on-site team worked tirelessly to salt the roads and paths and remove snow and ice that accumulated overnight. Free and very reliable W-Fi was available in the lodge. This was a very relaxing break which may not appeal to those wanting excitement – we didn’t. I enjoyed the single malt tasting session that was hosted by Tommy – a tee-teetotaller who really knew his malts and enthusiastically explained the origins and flavours of the Scotches we sampled. Free entertainment and education has never been more enjoyable. We enjoyed this great vacation and hope an opportunity to stay again in winter arises again.

Review No: 88 by Ms Lightley who stayed here on 19/01/2018 Language Flag

The studio has a fantastic view of the loch very relaxing but getting the studio warm and cosy is not easy as there is only one heater at the other end of the room . The studio has everything you need and of very good standard . Lots of walks around the area we were there when snow was on the ground quite magical . The fridge freezer was of a good size easily get a full weeks shop . Very pleased with our week .

Review No: 89 by Mr Thompson who stayed here on 12/01/2018 Language Flag

Our studio was well equipped and very cosy for a January visit. The views across the Loch are wonderful and for those who like to get outdoors, then it is a wonderful venue for walks. We took a train from Rannoch to FortWilliam, then to Mallaig. The scenery was amazing. We wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this as a holiday destination.

Review No: 90 by Mr Stewart who stayed here on 11/01/2018 Language Flag

The Highland Club is completely separate from the adjacent Macdonalds Hotel. They used to be under the same ownership but I get the distinct impression that the split was less than amicable. The hotel is open to the public of course, but guests at the Highland Club are not allowed to use their leisure club and pool - not even for a fee. The reception for the Highland Club is down in the village - almost a mile away from the accommodation. A simple desk in the hotel would have been far more useful and welcoming. That said, we were upgraded from a one bedroom to a two bedroom unit as they were refurbishing the one we had originally booked. All units have a lovely view of Loch Rannoch and Schiehallion beyond. It's a remote area - just one village store and one very nice cafe - and it's excellent for walkers and hikers, but nothing else. MacGregor's Cave was our favourite walk and it's not too difficult or too long. Craig Varr, which overlooks the village of Kinloch Rannoch, and Schiehallion (a Munro) are for the slightly more adventurous. It's worth taking a trip to Rannoch Station where some of the Harry Potter scenes were filmed, even in winter when the famous tiny cafe is closed - there is a courtesy tea/coffee service and a small visitor centre. Mid-afternoon one of the locals feeds the deer and birds, who all come flocking for their regular treats. There is a real sense of remoteness on Rannoch Moor.

Review No: 91 by Dr Cargill who stayed here on 06/01/2018 Language Flag

Fine place even in dead of winter though the lodge was difficult to heat - needed heaters on all the time and electricity bill around £60 for a 2 bed unit. Excellent place for retired couple to relax and do very little! And winter snow scenery extremely beautiful.

Review No: 92 by Ms Stewart who stayed here on 04/01/2018 Language Flag

My daughters and I (plus dog) enjoyed a fabulous week at Loch Rannoch, a stunning and peaceful location with amazing views. The apartment (Otter 4) was clean, well-equipped and very cosy despite the freezing temperatures outside. There were several steep steps which wasnt an issue for us but might have been a problem for those with reduced mobility and heavy bags. It snowed heavily on our first night but the maintenance staff cleared the snow from paths, car parks etc first thing so it wasn't an issue. We enjoyed some of the free activities - the excellent guided walk with Steve through the Black Forest of Rannoch and the very convivial and informative whisky tasting with Tommy - although the Clan Night was cancelled due to lack of numbers. We also did lots of local walks and visited Pitlochry and Aberfeldy. Only suggestion to add is maybe providing maps/info of local walks as we found many weren't signposted and hard to find. Will definitely return!

Review No: 93 by Mr & Mrs Underwood who stayed here on 29/12/2017 Language Flag

Was not as big as otter 4that I banked. One side of wardrobe locked in main bedroom. No dishwasher Very small kitchen No conservatory Very disappointing with exchange Will not be exchanging with dial an exchange again

Review No: 94 by Mr Anderson who stayed here on 29/12/2017 Language Flag

Lovely area and resort is nice but apartments could do with a makeover as furniture and equipment is looking very tired and old.

Review No: 95 by Miss Koppens who stayed here on 23/12/2017 Language Flag

Beautiful resort

Review No: 96 by Mrs Anderson who stayed here on 23/12/2017 Language Flag

We were due to arrive on 26th but had not been informed office was closed, despite contacting resort about high chair etc. We were lucky to find a helpful lady who took us up to lodge lodge which was left opened for us! Loved the lodge and also the new Dunalister Hotel for lunch.

Review No: 97 by Mr Hughes who stayed here on 09/12/2017 Language Flag

Unfortunately, my request for the heating to be put on for us before we arrived was not done and resulted in a very cold first night especially as the temperatures outside were up to minus 5 degrees. As the unit did not appear to have been used before us it took a long time to warm the unit up. In December this is unacceptable. Having said this, this was a lovely unit and we had a very pleasant holiday. It would be nice to return in the spring or autumn.

Review No: 98 by Mr Groome who stayed here on 02/12/2017 Language Flag

Set in a beautiful location on the shore of Loch Rannoch, most of the lodges have panoramic loch views. If you want a quiet holiday, this is for you, magnificent scenery and lots of walks; but you should have a car, the nearest towns like Pitlochry and Aberfeldy are 20 miles away. There is a local taxi service. Interestingly, there is a train service from London Euston to Rannoch Station, including even a sleeper service, but bear in mind that Rannoch Station is 15 miles from the lodges! There are no leisure facilities available to you on site and this is not really suitable for young children. The Highland Club do lay on some good free activities including whisky tasting and water colour painting, and there is a games table (Cards, draughts etc) in every lodge. The lodges are well appointed and warm, but we found the beds very hard. Resort is hilly, so many lodges are not suitable for disabled access (though some are). We were there in the snow and the resort staff gritted all the paths and roads by 8.30 am, very impressive.Local shop is 1 mile away and very good. It opens at 8.00 am and the best fresh bread is gone in 10 mins!!

Review No: 99 by Mr & Mrs Parsons who stayed here on 02/12/2017 Language Flag

Lochside 5 cabin was right on the loch. We had 2 balconies; one off our bedroom and one off our living room. We went to sleep to the sound of the loch waves. The bedrooms, bathrooms and sauna are on the ground floor. Upstairs is an open plan kitchen, dining room and living room. Fantastic lodge. Artwork was Ursula's. Ursula delivers a free art class on Tuesday afternoons. Staff also provide a clan night on Mondays where we are taught how to dress like a highlander and learn about the weapons used. Wednesday evening is whisky tasting. We're given 7 double whiskys to enjoy over 2 hours in the company of our fellow holiday makers. All these activities are provided FREE and all are well worth attending. When you're not enjoying your cabin or attending events, there's the fantastic scenery surrounding you to enjoy. Tay Forest, Schiehallion, Loch Rannock... As well as the natural beauty, there are many delightful villages to visit requiring driving on picturesque roads. Pitlochry is the nearest town - many delis and interesting shops. Aberfeldy is a delightful town with The Aberfeldy Distillery, The Birks, a cinema, a Co Op and many eateries. For a touch of quality, treat yourself to a visit to the House of Bruer and a walk up the Bruer Falls. A beautiful part of Scotland all year round.

Review No: 100 by Ms Robertson who stayed here on 17/11/2017 Language Flag

Lovely place - they are refurbishing steadily but though my studio hadn't been done yet not much was wrong. The staff are very good and the people who do the extra activities were really great - can recommend the Clan Night and also the guided walk which takes you to places you probably wouldn't go to without a guide - warning, it is a real walk so you do need good walking shoes/boots, but we got a lovely walk and a lot of information, both about the natural aspects and the history. There's not a lot in the village, but facilities are adequate.

Review No: 101 by Mr Assitt who stayed here on 11/11/2017 Language Flag

Great DAE bonus week in Lochside 1 lovely old house wood panelled walls need preservation high cost for heating compared to a Highland Lodge but loved the location

Review No: 102 by Mr Doidge who stayed here on 04/11/2017 Language Flag

A lovely resort in a beautiful setting.My wife and I were in Highland Lodge No 41.We found the accommodation very spacious and ideal for a self catering holiday. However this accommodation is not suitable for anybody with mobility problems ,there are a number of steps to contend with. The only complaint we had with No 41 was the downstairs area, which had a damp and musty smell. No amount of air freshener or deodorant spray could improve the situation. We put it down to a lack of regular heating when unoccupied or its position as it is built into the hillside. That said we would definitely recommend The Loch Rannoch Highland Club as a holiday resort.

Review No: 103 by Mr Assitt who stayed here on 04/11/2017 Language Flag

Great DAE exchange week in a refurbished lodge beautiful and warm and cosy

Review No: 104 by Mr & Mrs Richardson who stayed here on 02/11/2017 Language Flag

Another excellent week at LRHC. The resort continues to improve with some excellent improvements with wifi and renovations. The area is stunning and will be returning in April.

Review No: 105 by Mr Bushill who stayed here on 26/10/2017 Language Flag

An excellent resort. Accommodation in idyllic setting with stunning views from our balcony. Ideal walking country. I missed the swimming pool which was only accessible for hotel guests. Last time I came here over 20 years ago, the pool was available to resort guests. The resort is also ideal for visiting many places of interest in the area. We enjoyed the train journey from Rannoch Station to Fort William. I would recommend this resort for anyone looking for a relaxing break in a beautiful part of out country.

Review No: 106 by Mr Babayode who stayed here on 21/10/2017 Language Flag

The resort had very good views of the water which enhanced the view from the lodge. While, I was informed about the need to provide my own vehicle, the staff were not able to provide accurate details of the buses that passed nearby. Also, I was not given the full information that was available regarding the weekly events. This should have been passed to all members from the outset. Apart from that the resort was ok and would benefit from having televisions in all the bedrooms which I have experienced at other resorts.

Review No: 107 by Mr Byram who stayed here on 05/10/2017 Language Flag

This was our second week and we stayed in a Red Squirrel unit with two bedrooms. We had a conservatory overlooking the grounds at first floor level and a patio outside the downstairs bedroom which would have been lovely in summer, but not this time of year! The resort is lovely and the surrounding scenery spectacular. The only thing missing is a central club room. The Welcome meeting is held in the Village Hall in Kinloch Rannoch and there is no bar/restaurant belonging to the Timeshare on site, The MacDonald Hotel which is next door is excellent, but expensive (their Cullen Skink is delicious) so only used for a treat! We thoroughly enjoyed the "Clan Night" during our first week and would have attended the second week, but it was cancelled as were both whisky tastings (much to our disappointment!).

Review No: 108 by Mrs Wood who stayed here on 05/10/2017 Language Flag

After reading some reviews, we were pleasantly surprised at what we found. Overall we would recommend people to try the resort. One thing that is on the negative, is the distance from the club to get to a major town, village. Be sure to take your own supplies as there is only one small shop near to the resort.

Review No: 109 by Mrs Thomas who stayed here on 29/09/2017 Language Flag

There are only two disadvantages to this otherwise beautifully located and equipped resort - It's a long way from main roads if you're a bit nervous of narrow, sometimes almost single track, roads and it is built on a hillside so most units involve a fair number of steps and sometimes an interestingly slopeing space to park in! That said it didn't bother us, and if you like peace and quiet, surrounded by wildlife and with a view to die for from your balcony ( fully enclosed to protect you from the worst of the weather ) this is an idyllic place for a restful break.

Review No: 110 by Ms Robertson who stayed here on 28/09/2017 Language Flag

Lovely location, resort is quite dated and in need of some updating

Review No: 111 by Mr Byram who stayed here on 28/09/2017 Language Flag

We stayed in Pine Marten 4 and were very impressed with this one bed unit. Nice and warm, all mod cons and a great conservatory. The only minus point for this resort is its lack of a "centre". There is no bar or restaurant onsite and even the staff are based in the nearby Kinloch Rannoch. Staff are excellent and arrange various events, but would be nice to have somewhere to eat/drink and meet other visitors.

Review No: 112 by Mr Waugh who stayed here on 23/09/2017 Language Flag

Had a very enjoyable week in this well situated unit in Kinloch Rannoch. Good area for walking. Unit was well laid out with two bedrooms (one en suite) and a separate bathroom with sauna. Large kitchen, dining and living room area with large covered patio/conservatory off (and very good views across the loch). Our particular unit had a fair number of stairs to access the front door, and the unit itself was on two levels - but other units were on a single level and had street level access. Mid-week cleaning available for a charge, but broom cupboard had a hoover and other items that allowed us to look after it ourselves. Towels/bed linen changed by delivering the used ones to housekeeping. A coin-operated laundry if you want/need to keep on top of your own laundry. Good wifi in the unit, and sky TV. Would happily come here again.

Review No: 113 by Mr Winter who stayed here on 22/09/2017 Language Flag

A very enjoyable week in an apartment overlooking Loch Rannoch with stunning views. The apartment has a lovely balcony/small conservatory in a sunny position which overlooks the loch. There is every modern facility in the apartment that you would possibly need for a relaxing week's stay. I would recommend this resort and apartment to anyone.

Review No: 114 by Mr Martin who stayed here on 22/09/2017 Language Flag

Attractive area with lots of good walks including an excellent guided walk organised from the resort led by a very knowledgeable guide. The walks at Carie on the South side of the loch are well marked and have a car park. We attended an interesting and informative "Clan night" at the resort that included demonstrations about kilt folding and historic weapons. Unfortunately, the usual Whisky tasting was not available. The towns of Aberfeldy (first fairtrade town in Scotland) and Pitlochry are not to be missed and provided opportunities for whisky tasting. Both towns have Co-ops with a good range. The food at both the Hydro visitor centre and Loch Rannoch station was good. The Co-op at Aberfeldy also sells Petrol.

Review No: 115 by Mr Thornton who stayed here on 21/09/2017 Language Flag

The resort is very good with beautiful views over Loch Rannoch, it is very remote and the road to the nearest town of Pitlochry is quite long at 20 miles, this road has to be negotiated each time you decide to travel anywhere.

Review No: 116 by Mr Spencer who stayed here on 21/09/2017 Language Flag

The unit (Pine Martin 2) was cosy and warm although some of the decor seemed a bit dated now. The view over the Loch was stunning. The roof leaked a bit in conservatory. The resorts organised events like Clan night and the local woodland walk were excellent. We would love to go back one day!

Review No: 117 by Ms Long who stayed here on 21/09/2017 Language Flag

This was our first DAE exchange and we were very pleased - especially as we were able to take all 4 of our well behaved dogs with us. The views from our Lodge (Otter 3) were fabulous... even on grey and rainy days. It was lovely to sit in the warm 'conservatory' area and just relax and look out over the loch. It was wet and mizzly for most of our week so we were very glad to have the electric heating which worked well and was a joy to come back to after a wet ramble. The kitchen was especially well equipped and the kitchen knives sharp! A first for us as we always take our favorite kitchen implements with us. This time we didn't have to use them. We were impressed to find washing up liquid, towels, paper towels and lots of other useful supplies which we've always had to go out and buy elsewhere. We stocked up on supplies at the Co-op in Crieff on our way up country and dined in every evening so can't comment on the local hostelries. The furniture and decor was fine for us with ample space. Yes a few items looked a little worn, but nothing different from at home and it was spacious, clean, cosy and welcoming. We had a car parking space next to the woodland walk which meant we would walk and poop our dogs with minimum disruption to other guests. We particularity enjoyed the 3 hour watercolour evening led by artist and staff member Ursula. We even brought our masterpieces home with us. We missed the Clan evening but heard it was great fun and passed on the whisky tasting as spirits are not our thing. Apparently it's pretty good too. Rebecca in the Club Office kindly arranged riding for me with local instructor Andy McNab and I had a most enjoyable and informative 2 hours hacking out with him along the loch side. Overall a great and much needed holiday break and we will come back again.

Review No: 118 by Mr & Mrs Glover who stayed here on 31/08/2017 Language Flag

Apartment produced the " Wow " factor as we walked in Such an amazing view of Loch Rannoch and moutains from a large balcony with windows It was sunny on arrival but colours were forever changing Apartment was very well equipped - with more than we needed Car parking is quite close and we didn't have too many steps but it could be difficult in some cases with older folk Informative meeting about the resort and its activities Steve led an excellent walk one morning - with much local info enroute Love the way the fish and chip van comes to the village square on a Weds tea time It is a great place and we hope to go back

Review No: 119 by Mrs Allsop who stayed here on 31/08/2017 Language Flag

This resort is certainly in a beautiful location although rather isolated. It does lack a central hub e.g. a bar or coffee shop could provide all the information for the area and be a good place to meet and chat to other people staying at the resort. The road in and out is long (13 miles) and requires concentration to avoid the logging lorries which will rearrange your wing mirrors if you are not careful! 30-40mph is absolute max speed if you want to be safe. Bed very comfortable. Lots of hot water. View amazing. Did not appreciate being charged separately for our electricity, our bill was only £17 for our week and we didn't use the sauna, nor needed any heating as weather was mild. As first time visitors on an exchange, the information meeting on Sunday was too late as we had been there since Thursday. It was all about the owners issues and we were not interested in all their problems. Maybe there should be two meetings?

Review No: 120 by Mr Nurse who stayed here on 25/08/2017 Language Flag

A beautiful isolated place to visit, wonderful views and marvellous walks without seeing anyone

Review No: 121 by Mr & Mrs Morgan who stayed here on 24/08/2017 Language Flag

We were allocated RedSquirrel 4 which was beautifully appointed with a complete set of everything needed for a week's stay of self-catering. The view from the conservatory was wonderful with Loch Rannoch below and heather covered hills behind it. We enjoyed a guided walk hosted by Steve whose knowledge of the area and its history were impressive. The Village Shop was well stocked at reasonable prices for such a remote spot. The only drawback was the drive from Pitlochry to Kinloch Rannoch - a well-surfaced but extremely twisting and, in places, narrow road. We used this road on 3 occasions each time with trepidation, however being able to attend the Highland Games at Birnam was a highlight of the holiday. The Loch Rannoch Highland Club is a holiday to treasure.

Review No: 122 by Mr Morton who stayed here on 18/08/2017 Language Flag

Well positioned and comfortable with excellent views over the loch and surrounding hills .Ideal for walkers/cyclists.

Review No: 123 by Mr Clarke who stayed here on 18/08/2017 Language Flag

This was not our first visit to this site. The location is stunning as ever and you could not ask for more in that respect. We understood from the meet and greet that all the units across the site are going through an upgrade. Unfortunately the unit we stayed in had yet to be done and perhaps looked a little tired though quite honestly it was perfectly acceptable and didn't detract in any way from our enjoyment. When we last visited Loch Rannoch in 2007 there was a pub and a "community" restaurant. Sadly both have now gone and there are no reasonably priced restaurants, or pubs, on the doorstep. You have to travel about 20 miles to find such facilities. The LRHC are doing every thing they can to boost the site and are extremely helpful in all respects and will provide details of those who can provide transport, at a reasonable price, to and from the nearby towns/restaurants/pubs. If you stay at this site you must go on the West Highland train from Rannoch station to Fort WIlliam/Mallaig, quite simply it is the most stunning scenery you are ever likely to see.

Review No: 124 by Mr Thomas who stayed here on 12/08/2017 Language Flag

Loved the Kinloch Rannoch Highland Club. Brilliant location ideally suited for our plans walking, exploring the area and Munros. Amazing, stunning view over the Loch through a full width patio door & fabulous conservatory. Excellent resort staffed by friendly helpful people. Good attention to detail and excellent responses to maintenance issues. Wonderful area with great walking and surrounding towns and villages. Excellent tourist information services, rural dial-a-ride bus/taxi services. Great access to Scot Rail train services and a raft of high quality cafes & restaurants. Wonderful theatre at Pitlochry and galleries, forest walks. We’ll return definitely.

Review No: 125 by Mr Spencer who stayed here on 11/08/2017 Language Flag

The accommodation we were allocated was at the top of the resort so there were quite a few steps to engage to get to our apartment (deer 4). The introduction meeting on Sunday morning explained that the site was under a long term modernisation plan, clearly our apartment was in the queue. Although dated, the furniture and appliances were functional and the bedding and upholstery was clean but again was nearing the end of it's tenure. The setting at the side of Loch Rannoch was spectacular although remote and a car is essential as the Highland club is almost at the end of the line. We ventured out every day as there is little to do on site, no pool or family entertainment, although we did take advantage of a guided wooden walk which was interesting. I would encourage anyone visiting this area any time of the year to prepare for rain and then more rain. Landscapes like the Highlands and Lochs are there because they get plenty of the wet stuff. Through recommendation we took the train from Rannoch station, used in the Harry Potter films, to Fortwilliam and then onto Mallaig, where a boats sail to Skye and the Western Isles. The daily return train journey to Mallaig will cost around £52 for a family of 4 with a railcard, however if you decide to take the steam engine from Fortwilliam to Mallaig the cost is considerably higher. The scenery from the train is spectacular, especially when the line traverses the Glenfinnan viaduct. Along the route and around Rannoch station in particular you will see red deer and buzzards. We also visited Glencoe and saw a pair of Golden eagles and were fortunate enough to spot a red squirrel in the grounds of the highland club. Pitlochry and Aberfeldy are each 18 miles away offering a lot of shops offering the usual tourist fayre. Our last day was spent in Blair Atholl a pretty village with a huge white walled castle. Close by is the house of Bruar shopping experience and the magnificent Bruar falls.

Review No: 126 by Mrs Wilson who stayed here on 03/08/2017 Language Flag

Beautiful place and location. Be warned though its about 20m miles to nearest town of Pitlochrie and 20m back. There is a small shop in Kinloch Rannoch for basics , otherwise do a big shop on way there. There are two hotels nearby , good food , great for special meal , they do bar lunches, but quite expensive. we thought Macdonalds Hotel very nice. Well worth attending Loch Rannochs special events laid on for guests ie whisky tasting, clan nights ,guided walks and watercolour classes all free.

Review No: 127 by Mr & Mrs Taylor who stayed here on 03/08/2017 Language Flag

This is a remote, beautiful and peaceful location. We stayed in a unit was located high up at the far end of the resort, its picture windows and balcony giving fabulous, ever-changing views to Loch Rannoch and Schiehallion. The unit was light and airy and had been recently refurbished to a high standard. Our dog loved to sleep on the covered balcony, which also provided a comfortable place for us all to sit and enjoy the changeable Scottish weather. It is a great place for a relaxing holiday but not recommended as a touring base for the surrounding Highlands as the access roads are slow and winding and the main A9 is half an hour away and the nearest towns of Pitlochry and Dunkeld about 40 minutes driving. The site is hilly with steep steps and would not be suitable for those with mobility problems. The local village has a convenience store, a couple of hotel restaurants and an excellent, very dog-friendly cafe.

Review No: 128 by Mr Joice who stayed here on 28/07/2017 Language Flag

Apartment big enough for 2, tiny for 4. Chairs badly showing wear and smelling of smoke. Fist 2 meetings failed to,happen, giving lack,of faith in resort management team. Bedroom dark due to backing on to,a hillside. Fire door in paasageway could not close due to rotten hinge. Area nice but this resort property requires a lot of work to,be brought up to a good standard

Review No: 129 by Mrs Wilson who stayed here on 27/07/2017 Language Flag

Lovely resort , have always enjoyed going there. It is a very long way from where we live , so two weeks there is best option for us. At first glance , the resort does look a bit drab from the outside, but don't be deceived the lodges are lovely inside , or at least the ones we had were! If you want beautiful rugged scenery , great walking and Historical sites this is a great resort.

Review No: 130 by Mr & Mrs Scott who stayed here on 21/07/2017 Language Flag

A very well fitted out, if a little dated, apartment with amazing views of Loch Rannoch from the enclosed second floor conservatory. The pull-down bed was ok if creaky to sleep in.Bed-side light and table would be useful. The entry stairs were steep and slightly scruffy with the smell of smoking at times. The location is great with lovely scenery and lots of walks close by. Having the Macdonald Hotel next door is very useful as the food was good although the service was erratic at times. It's a shame that the hotel swimming pool/gym building is not available for Highland Club users,and I noted from the visitors' book comments that it did used to be available. The scenery, quiet and fresh air make this a great place to visit.

Review No: 131 by Mr Bolton who stayed here on 20/07/2017 Language Flag

A great week at loch rannoch, accommodation nice and spacious, staff very informative and courteous, surrounding area stunning scenery, good walking area, peaceful and relaxing.

Review No: 132 by Mr Cotton who stayed here on 08/07/2017 Language Flag

Great location, well appointed spacious accommodation.

Review No: 133 by Mr Rigg who stayed here on 07/07/2017 Language Flag

Loch Rann0ch is in a beautiful setting but rather a long way out. We where told there would be some steps but it would have been helpful to know how many. My wife uses a elbow crutch and found it quite difficult. For future reference there are 18 steps up to the first floor and 32 up to the second floor of the studio apartments.

Review No: 134 by Frau Richter who stayed here on 29/06/2017 Language Flag

Sehr empfehleswertes Ressort. Wenn alle Studios renoviert sind, gibt es keinen Grund mehr für Kritik. Alle Mitarbeiter sind ausgesprochen hilfsbereit. Natur und Umgebung beeindruckend.

Review No: 135 by Ms Li who stayed here on 23/06/2017 Language Flag

the unit is great view over the lake, we have enjoyed the resort.. the site is under refurb and there is no use of swimming pool or gym which is the only downside.

Review No: 136 by Dr Foster who stayed here on 22/06/2017 Language Flag

Second visit this year and an even better apartment than last time. The weather was pretty awful (whereas it was fantastic a month ago - but such is Scotland!) but the apartment had such a lovely outlook that it was a pleasure to sit in the sun porch, in comfort, with a book regardless of the weather. LRHC has the advantage of absolute peace and quiet while being only a short drive away from the more gregarious tourist activities. Yet one doesn't spend downtime in Scotland without being prepared for all activities (and all seasons!) so, with the right gear and the right planning, there are endless outdoor activities to pursue - the limit being only one's own imagination (or lack of) and inertia. We spent the time sailing, walking, bird-watching, visiting gardens and attending concerts. We had a great time and LRHC was a great base for this. Still more to do so we'll be back.

Review No: 137 by Mr & Mrs Jay who stayed here on 16/06/2017 Language Flag

We thoroughly enjoyed our week at Loch Rannoch and can't praise the Staff, accommodation, area and welcome we received everywhere we went enough. Although not newly built the unit was fitted out to a high standard and contained everything a family might possibly require for a weeks stay no matter the weather. The view from our unit of the Loch was breathtaking and we loved sitting in the conservatory and out on the balcony with our coffee soaking in the peace and tranquility. We enjoyed our stay so much we've already put in a request to stay here again next year.

Review No: 138 by Mr Knibb who stayed here on 15/06/2017 Language Flag

This was our first visit to the Loch Ranoch Highland Club. The local scenery is stupendous and there are many local walks. Don't expect many local facilities however since the nearest town is 20 miles away, although the local shop is quite good for the basics and a few luxuries. The hotel on site and the one in the village are very good but expensive. Internet connection was good but speed very poor while we were there.

Review No: 139 by Mr Gilbert who stayed here on 09/06/2017 Language Flag

Very good apartment - well equipped, spacious, great views, clean and tidy, good Wi-fi reception and generally a good quality unit maintained in good condition. Access might be a bit difficult for those with mobility issues - lots of steps, no lift access but otherwise a good billet. Local facilities were a bit basic and sparse and to get to anywhere of interest or for touristic facilities requires a 30 minute drive (Blair Atholl. Aberfeldy, Pitlochry) but if you're into walking or fishing and splendid isolation this location will be just fine. Local shops consisted of one village store whilst local hotels - the MacDonalds original club headquarters and one other in the village provided restaurant/bar meals for non-residents. Beware of Edina's Kitchen though - it was ludicrously expensive for small portion meals that were more about presentation than content - if your idea of an evening out for £100 per couple that leaves you feeling hungry then you'll be impressed by the posh ambience and the fixed price two/three course options (£29 pp or £34 pp) menu. Mind you most of the options for each course required a £6 supplement so don't be fooled! We only stayed for 4 days as the weather forecast was poor and we were fed up with needing to drive miles and miles and inevitably meeting stray sheep or logging lorries along narrow, twisting and undulating roads. However, we were impressed that the roads, whilst tricky, were well maintained with only a very few potholes. Overall it was worth the visit but rather too isolated for us.

Review No: 140 by Mrs Barbour who stayed here on 08/06/2017 Language Flag

A stunning location. Red Squirrel 6, like every other unit on site offers an amazing view over Loch Rannoch to Schiehallion. The very comfortable unit is very well equipped and beautifully presented with the added luxury of a conservatory from which you have a 180 degree vista of the loch and mountains. The village of Kinloch Rannoch is a mere 10 minute walk away where a delightful cafe awaits, ready to serve tasty scones and cakes as well as hearty lunches. The only disadvantage to this venue is the 40 minute drive from the A9 along narrow, winding roads.

Review No: 141 by Mr & Mrs Warner who stayed here on 01/06/2017 Language Flag

An aged resort but well maintained and kept very clean.Fantastic location,amazing views,but a bit of a shame about the lack of activities,especially on the waterside.Office staff very helpful with ideas of things to do.

Review No: 142 by Dr Foster who stayed here on 26/05/2017 Language Flag

Hadn't been here for quite a few years and it was a pleasant surprise to be reminded of 'traditional' furnishings i.e. comfortable wing armchairs and solid ply-and-veneer cupboards. The quality of the housekeeping was first-rate - everything spotless and well organised; all the kitchen equipment one could wish for - and all in excellent condition; a fabulous view over the loch through spotless windows (except for the little 'presents' left by the small birds arriving for their anticipated snacks!) and a very comfortable apartment overall. Some of the cupboarding (i.e. the 'drinks cabinet - a drinks cabinet, for goodness sake!) is real period 1970s stuff - which time-travelled me back to my parents' house. I don't mean this as a criticism, rather just highlighting a curiousity: a drinks cabinet with cut-glass, wine tools and glasses much larger than it needs to be to hold the contents and a mirror-back drop-front which weighs a ton - very 70s! If there is a criticism of this then it would be that this takes up space which could have been occupied by ---- what? There is already plenty of storage and if this were a Med timeshare unit it would be replaced by flimsy chipboard in a cheap resort or some equally heavyweight rubberwood monstrosity in a 'premium' resort: so I'll stick with the 70s. But I do have two, minor, criticisms which might be more important to other guests: first, wi-fi, very variable and completely inconsistent; annoying if you want to check travel arrangements such as flights or the weather (which, being Perthshire is pretty variable and inconsistent itself); second, TV, back to the 70s again with really not much more than the main channels, a few Freeview (OK, not the 70s then!) and a Sky box but no Sky. From my point of view, both these criticisms would be pretty irrelevant though - nice to be away from the tyranny of the internet (and the phone signal is fine in any case for internet access) and who needs a TV anyway? Use the games table!

Review No: 143 by Mrs Aust who stayed here on 26/05/2017 Language Flag

Refurbishment to a high standard ongoing on the site but not the unit we had. Staff very helpful and onsite activities arranged. Wifi connection poor but work ongoing to improve band width

Review No: 144 by Mr Busby who stayed here on 20/05/2017 Language Flag

Fantastic week at Loch Rannoch Highland Club. We will be back! Thanks to all of the staff - nothing was too much bother and assistance was offered freely - thank you!!!

Review No: 145 by Mr Blackley who stayed here on 13/05/2017 Language Flag

Only one slight issue there was a strong smell of damp in the lodge which seemed to come from the downstairs bathroom.

Review No: 146 by Mr Scott who stayed here on 29/04/2017 Language Flag

Loch Rannoch is situated in a beautiful part of the Highlands and the accommodation we had was ideally placed on the foreshore. The surrounding area affords the opportunity for lots of day trips and walking. Our house was one that has not been upgraded yet and therefore it was a little old fashioned but all the facilities were good and nicely clean. The only criticism is that the wi-fi signal is at best unreliable. Loch Rannoch Highland Club is not a Resort - there are no facilities such as a swimming pool, restaurant or bar, although these are available at the hotel on site but not free to use. Bizarrely the hotel is not connected with the club in any way. The village of Kinloch Rannoch is within easy walking distance but only has a local convenience store and an excellent cafe that is open to 5pm every day except Monday. A new hotel has just been opened but it appears to be very expensive and exclusive. It would have been great to visit a local pub! There are lots of places for dinner in the area but they are all at least a 20 minute drive away. Trips that we took and can recommend are: Take a train from Rannoch Station (18 miles away) to Fort William and then get a river cruise; visit Blair Castle - walk the gardens and view the house and lunch in the cafe; visit the town of Pitlochry for shopping, lunch or dinner, and pay a visit to the dam and view the fish ladder and watch the salmon jumping up river; visit the Skyspace on the Craiganour Estate (ask locally for directions as there are no sign posts); or just drive around the many country roads with views of the various lochs. We highly recommend a visit to this area of Scotland - the scenery is magnificent and the people are very friendly. A great spring or autumn holiday destination.

Review No: 147 by Mrs Massey who stayed here on 28/04/2017 Language Flag

Very relaxing area and resort. Car parking could be an issue during high season otherwise no problems.

Review No: 148 by Mr West who stayed here on 22/04/2017 Language Flag

Lochside 7 was larger than we expected from the photos, though not ideal for more than two people. The bunk beds were intended for children rather than adults. Well equipped kitchen, and not especially cramped. Great views over Loch Rannoch, and probably better than you would get from the apartments further along the road by the hotel. Very good local shop for most supplies. Local roads generally quiet, though some large vehicles can be encountered when logging is in progress, but not an area that you want to drive through quickly so not a big issue. Definitely somewhere we will return. Loved it.

Review No: 149 by Mrs Dean who stayed here on 22/04/2017 Language Flag

We had a great holiday, despite the chilly weather. The resort is one of our favourites and the newish manager seems to be very organised and "on the ball". The apartment, Highland Lodge 36, was large and clean and well equipped but rather cold. However, it was the end of April and since we were out most of the time we didn't turn the heating on much. The views were spectacular. There are a lot of steps to climb for some of the apartments so when exchanging one has to be aware of this, especially if you have mobility problems. Ask for one that is more on the level. Laundry facilities are quite adequate and very reasonably priced. We went on the organised weekly walk, the Clan night talk and demonstration and the whisky tasting afternoon. All three were excellent and amazingly they were free. We would highly recommend all three. Up to the first weekend in May there was nowhere to have an evening meal within walking distance of the apartment unless you used the hotel which is no longer part of the time share. From 1st May 2017 we understand that the village hotel is opening and evening meals will be available. We had excellent evening meals at the Bridge of Gaur Guest House and at Rannoch Moor Hotel. Booking absolutely essential and keep your fingers crossed for availability! We also took advantage of the fish and chip van that parks in the village square on a Wednesday evening. There is now an "on demand" taxi service which will drive you anywhere up and down the loch for a very cheap £6 return. A great improvement on previous years. Ask at the office for the contact details. This was our fourth visit to Loch Rannoch Highland Club and we shall certainly be returning. We always have a super holiday, whatever the weather.

Review No: 150 by Mrs Spurgeon who stayed here on 22/04/2017 Language Flag

We exchanged for a 1 bed sleeps 4 which we wrongly assumed would be a bedroom with a proper bed and a sofa bed. Not so ! The 1 bedroom was very small with two kiddie sized bunk beds. That left the double sofa bed for us - both in our late 60's. Not the most comfortable ! And, which once pulled out (with some effort, so not something we wanted to do daily), left no room for the substantial coffee table or anything else. Having said that, the weather was great and we had a wonderful time actually sleeping reasonably well to the noise of the loch lapping at the shore just below us ..... The Apt is very well kitted out with every cooking utensil I usually try to avoid using when on holiday ! Local food shopping facilities are limited - closest substantial one being Aberfeldy or Pitlochry both about 30 mins drive so I suggest you stock up on daily essentials in a supermarket before arrival. An absolutely delightful spot which we were sad to leave and would gladly visit again ..... but would opt to avoid the sofa bed !

Review No: 151 by Mr Jones who stayed here on 22/04/2017 Language Flag

Our lodge at Loch Rannoch was undoubtedly the most comprehensively equipped exchanges we have ever been in. There was nothing missing from the equipment list that you might want or need. The lodge - we had a two bedroomed one - was spacious with a large living area where a foldaway bed was stored for parties of six. There was lots of room. The resort is undertaking an accelerated refurbishment programme to get all their accommodation up to standard. Sadly, we were in one of the lodges that hadn't yet been upgraded but nonetheless, we were exceedingly comfortable. When the lodge refurbishments are complete, there will, I'm sure, be no faults to be found at this resort. We viewed one of those lodges that had been refurbished and it was excellent. The location is stunning and sitting in the dayroom with views over the loch was just delightful. Highly recommended.

Review No: 152 by Mrs Norris who stayed here on 15/04/2017 Language Flag

Always the most wondrful of resorts, this time was particularly perfect. Superb unit, magnificent balcony and views. The area is becoming a firm favourite.

Review No: 153 by Mr Maw who stayed here on 14/04/2017 Language Flag

The unit was one bedroom for four people but it would have been a tight squeeze with four, but was ideal for a couple, it was warm and clean with the best views, I would visit again as it was lovely and peaceful, I would add that you definitely need a car when visiting.

Review No: 154 by Mr O'Hara who stayed here on 14/04/2017 Language Flag

We've stayed here a couple times and it is highly likely we'll be back. The units are comfortable and have great views. We normally use it as a base and head out to surrounding areas, but it is nice in itself and the clan night is worth making a point to attend. Mobile signal and even the resort wifi are a bit meagre, but if that is critical to you, then a destination other than the Highlands might suit better.

Review No: 155 by Mrs Robertson who stayed here on 13/04/2017 Language Flag

Steepness of resort and steps difficult for this old dearie. Views of Loch Rannoch and mountains absolutely beautiful.

Review No: 156 by Mrs Chattell who stayed here on 08/04/2017 Language Flag

Strong smell of stale cigarette smoke on arrival. Swiftly treated by staff but still lingered. Shame they can't be made non smoking. Beautiful place.

Review No: 157 by Mrs Scott Cordingley who stayed here on 07/04/2017 Language Flag

Thank you DAE for this exchange. Apartment 16 was lovely, great views and bed very comfortable. Will definitely be going back.

Review No: 158 by Mr Burnham who stayed here on 31/03/2017 Language Flag

FOR: Sleeps 6, Good sized Bedrooms. Bedroom 1 with King Sized Bed. On suite with Sauna. Bedroom 2 with 2 single beds or zipped to make a double bedroom. Family bathroom. Bedroom 3 in the lounge consisted of a pull down bed from cabinet. Kitchen had everything you would require. Conservatory/ balcony overlooked the Loch and Mountains. Good for walks or cycling. Village shop well stocked and prices reasonable. Riverside Cafe served a cooked breakfast and sandwiches etc. AGAINST; Very inconsistent WIFI even after Router reboot. No amenities on site. Macdonald Hotel on site but not allowed to use the Swimming pool or Gym. Can use the restaurant but why would you want to when not allowed to use the other amenities at the hotel.

Review No: 159 by Mrs Amies who stayed here on 30/03/2017 Language Flag

Property clean. Toilet didn't flush properly but general maintenance came out same day. Unable to solve problem. Bedding wasn't sufficient for this time of year. Duvet thick but not warm. No extra blankets (which used to be there). Only spoke to staff on arrival and departure. Excellent location if a little remote but suited us. No bar or any other facilities - only hotel which is separate to the Holiday resort.

Review No: 160 by Mrs O'Connell who stayed here on 23/03/2017 Language Flag

Had a lovely time overall :-) Could be better: - Wifi - this is advertised, but it doesn't work in the accommodation and it is VERY frustrating. Also, it is EASILY fixed with a range extender (we ordered one from Amazon and had it delivered during our holiday). For the sake of £10 - £12 per lodge it is unacceptable that this hasn't been done / provided and I would think it will stop people going. For example, I would consider booking and working from there, but I wouldn't be able to without this solution. It is also used in all advertising and at no point does it say 'might' or 'patchy'!! - Mattresses - desperately need replacing... did my back no good! - Washing machine facilities - payment system is nothing short of ridiculous! Had to pay £2 to open the machine before and after and £2 for the wash. Again, unacceptable in a resort of this quality and is easily remedied. Good points: - Location - will be too far out of the way for some people, but it is absolutely stunning. Loved every second! - Dogs - it was lovely to see so many dogs and they are very well catered for. There are plenty of poop bins and you certainly wouldn't know that dogs had been in the lodges. They do this very well and cleanliness overall was exceptional. Puts other resorts to shame on this front... ones that, rather annoyingly, do not allow dogs! It's a fantastic place and I would love to go back... so would the dog!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Review No: 161 by Miss Caldwell who stayed here on 11/03/2017 Language Flag

Stayed in Highland 45, a 3 bed sleeps 8 unit. I had read the reviews about the steps to get to it and thought they were written by unfit OAPs but, crikey, there are indeed steep steps to get all your stuff in and out! The first night I had a terrible time with the unit next door being full of 8 adults who were there to party. The walls are paper thin and you could hear every single word being spoken. I spoke to the out of hours contact (Pete the Maintenance man) and was moved to a single unit. I could have quite happily stayed there but found out the noisy lot were only there for one night, thank goodness. After that it was a great stay. The 3 floors of the unit take quite a bit of getting used to. You always seem to forget something and it's a trek downstairs and back up the steep stairs in the unit. The views are fantastic. The facilities in the unit are great. Sky tv with basic package (and freeview in the Pine Martin units). i was there on my own and barely had the electric on. Didn't use the cooker etc. but was still £43 for the week. I will definitely go back but maybe not to the larger unit where it is cold and there is the possibility of a number of people next door. The standard of décor and furnishings is really great but the thickness of the walls is what should have been addressed. Climbed Schiehallion and went for walks in Carrie woods at the other side of the loch. Walked from Pitlochry to Killiecrankie. Birks of Aberfeldy is also a great short walk with waterfalls. Rannoch Station tearoom has the best home cooked high quality food. It's 18 miles from the unit but well worth it. I even bought take away cakes.

Review No: 162 by Mrs Rainsbury who stayed here on 04/03/2017 Language Flag

A really beautiful place to stay. Views of snow capped mountains and loch just amazing. The lodge was furnished with just about every kitchen gadget one could wish for. The sun lounge was huge.maybe a 2nd tv would be useful for larger families. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay, staff very helpful and would certainly recommend it.

Review No: 163 by Mr & Mrs Brown who stayed here on 04/03/2017 Language Flag

We wanted some chill - out time and that is exactly what we got!! Beautiful resort , the standards of furnishings and appliances were amazing, all you could need and more. Lovely to get up in the morning, sit in the 'conservatory' and watch the mist clear over the loch. Lots of walks, climbing, lovely places to visit. Just what we wanted - will definitely be back!!

Review No: 164 by Mrs Darby who stayed here on 24/02/2017 Language Flag

The staff at the resort are all friendly, helpful and welcoming. Views from the lodge are superb, overlooking the loch, and we were fortunate to enjoy good weather. Facilities such as TV reception and WiFi are good , considering the remoteness of the location. An ideal resort for outdoor pursuits such as hiking/walking.

Review No: 165 by Mr Anderson who stayed here on 24/02/2017 Language Flag

There is a swimming pool/gym building available for the adjoining McDonalds Loch Rannoch Hotel residents. The Loch Rannoch Highland Club (all units) has no affiliation with the Hotel and Club/DAE members are therefore not able to use these facilities. Unsure why the Club cannot negotiate an agreement with the Hotel to use the facilities - even for a charge e.g. Ten Pounds per week. This has been the case since the Timeshare Units were bought by the Loch Rannoch Highland Club from McDonalds a few years ago. It seems a wasted opportunity for both companies concerned and a frustration for Club members - particularly for those with children. There are no alternative facilities anywhere nearby.

Review No: 166 by Mr Chapman who stayed here on 24/02/2017 Language Flag

Visit end of February 2017 The apartment (10) was on the second floor with a substantial climb up stairs to the entrance - so along with most of the other apartments and lodges it would be unsuitable for anyone with mobility issues. The views across the Loch to the hills were stunning. The resort is some twenty miles(40 minutes drive) from the nearest town Pitlochry - so quite isolated and the roads leading to Loch Rannoch need care when driving. But perfect for a peaceful and quiet break. We joined the free guided 3 1/2 mile walk through Black Wood which was fabulous - but again not recommended for people with mobility issues. We did have some issues with a) lighting -wall light bulbs and standard lamp not working b) the electric oven was not easy to operate as digital display needs attention c) no kitchen scissors. We attended the "Welcome" meeting on Sunday and sat through a tortuous presentation by the General Manager giving a presentation on all the savings on electricity, liquid detergent feed on laundry equipment + other items which we felt were only of interest to actual owners - after the first hour we lost the will to live and left - having handed in our issues re APT 10 on the way out. It would have been helpful if they could have warned "Exchange" clients that this would be of little interest and we could leave before this business meeting for owners started! On leaving after our weeks stay no one had bothered to resolve the issues with the exception of the replacement light bulbs in the wall lamps. The cost of the electricity for the weeks stay was extortionate at £58 although it was reduced by £10 due to our complaints. Even so for a 1 bed apartment the cost was significant even though we had the heaters on low most of the time we were actually indoors.We live in a 5 bedroom 160 year old detached house and our average winter weeks fuel bill is less that £35 per week!

Review No: 167 by Mr Peace who stayed here on 18/02/2017 Language Flag

We had a lovely week in February. We stayed in lodge 44, having read earlier reviews I'm happy to say there are no issues with damp anymore. It's well laid out with excellent kitchen utensils, even a slow cooker! It could do with a little tlc though- squeaky door hinges and door handles. Reception and maintenance staff were great. Weather was variable but mainly dry. Had some snow mid week which made for pretty scenery. We managed some nice walks with our 2 year old in a back pack. Everywhere is so well maintained. We regularly went to tummel valley caravan park for the lounge bar, children's entertainment and pool. They were very welcoming. Loch Rannoch is very remote and we found the local store quite limited so be sure to bring at least food for your first night, we ended up with beans on toast! Asda delivery took care of the rest. Also had a couple of nice days in Pitlochry. We would probably return but it would be so much nicer if you could use the hotel pool, and the hotel bar and restaurant was very expensive. Also, we used the sauna one evening and the total cost for the week's electricity was £80! But we did have the heating on a lot. :)

Review No: 168 by Mrs Dick who stayed here on 04/02/2017 Language Flag

The biggest drawback of the Highland Lodge we stayed in was the 78 steps we had to climb to and from the car park. There was no means of unloading the car nearer the lodge and no alternative access. A kind member of staff helped carry our luggage when we arrived. As both ASDA and Tesco deliver to the resort that might be an alternative source of provisions, although their drivers might be equally unhappy with the climb. We did find that the accommodation, in February, was very cold. We ended up running the heating 24 hours a day to maintain the living space at a comfortable temperature, while tolerating cold bedrooms and bathrooms. The electricity charge was not, however, excessive. The kitchen was well equipped, but there didn't seem to be any interactions for the electrical equipment. Despite advertising wifi throughout there was a problem in our unit. I managed to log on once for two minutes before being dropped out again. Reading comments left by previous guests suggests that this is not an isolated incident. The resort runs a few interesting and free events during the week. This week there was an art class, a guided walk, and a whisky tasting to name but a few. There is a very good village shop, gallery and tea room as well as a bus from the resort to Pitlochry. Timetables are available in the office. There are quite a few attractive walks around the loch, although extensive logging means that some of the paths are rutted and muddy. Car parking is not always available at the start of the walks. We could not fault the resort staff at all. They were helpful and friendly at all times.

Review No: 169 by Mrs Smillie who stayed here on 28/01/2017 Language Flag

We stayed for 4 nights and were aghast at the cost of the electricity, £54. A very high charge considering how little we had the power on

Review No: 170 by Mr & Mrs Parsons who stayed here on 27/01/2017 Language Flag

Lovely place to stay. Staff provide FREE activities, such as watercolour lesson, whisky tasting, guided walk, clan night. Waterfalls and woods at Birnam and Aberfeldy spectacular, even in the rain.

Review No: 171 by Mrs Taylor who stayed here on 07/01/2017 Language Flag

excellent location, stunning views, staff in office excellent and knowledgeable. housekeeping extremely poor, dirty dining table and place mats and tea cosy, had to clean ourselves!!! We did ask for replacements but none were forthcoming from housekeeping. This was our 2nd visit. Bedding been replaced by poor fitting quilt covers minus bed runners and lovely cushions gone. Otter Units are due for refurb so on next visit will stay in a newly refurb other apartment. Wont stay in any Otter apartments again.

Review No: 172 by Mr King who stayed here on 10/12/2016 Language Flag

The ultimate "get-away-from-it-all" break! . The awesome beauty of the Scottish Highlands is never to be forgotten. The peace & tranquility of Loch Rannoch & being surrounded by the majestic mountains is the perfect tonic needed to prepare for the festive season.This is one destination we will return to in the future. Full marks to all the resort staff for ensuring all is as it should be! I.King

Review No: 173 by Dr Cargill who stayed here on 03/12/2016 Language Flag

Good holiday week - spoiled only at first by inattentive and defensive attitude of reception staff and failure to act on clear instructions given before arrival to have our unit heating turned on - so cold 24 hours with temp of zero outside!

Review No: 174 by Mr Slark who stayed here on 12/11/2016 Language Flag

This is a stunning location and accommodation to match. If you like a quiet peaceful area with lots of opportunity to walk,photograph and enjoy small town living (Watermill at Aberfeldy) this is place for you. The weather in November has been really good every time we have visited and the view from all the lodges over the lake and towards Schiehallion (the fairy mountain of the Caledonians) is fantastic. Despite dog s being allowed the units are immaculate with up to date facilities including free wifi.

Review No: 175 by Ms Douglass who stayed here on 10/11/2016 Language Flag

The one bedroom apartment was one of the most spacious we have ever visited. There was minimal noise from adjoining properties. The place was warm and comfortable. You do have to pay for electricity and the end of the stay but this is becoming more common in self catering properties. The equipment was amazing. There was nothing else we could have wanted for a self catering week. The views out over the loch and Scheihallion were amazing. All the staff we came into contact were friendly and helpful. Great walks from the lodge. We would certainly return.

Review No: 176 by Mr Goldspink-Collie who stayed here on 29/10/2016 Language Flag

The accommodation was nice with fine views across the loch we stayed late October 2016 and it was relatively mild however the cost of Electricity was crazy We stayed in a 2 bedroom unit and did not use the sauna at all the heating is all electric and uses modern Rionti heaters we set them to 20c in the lounge and 18c in the bedroom the electricity for the week was £82.00 Mainly because of the price they charge. Being an electrician I know they would have cheap rate at night however they do not pass this on we were charged 0.32p a day as a standing charge and over 16p a unit, if I paid that at home I would soon change supplier but I guess they just have a huge mark up!!

Review No: 177 by Mr Ball who stayed here on 22/10/2016 Language Flag

We've just got back from one of our best ever Exchange weeks ever at the Loch Rannoch Highland Club. Amazingly large and well appointed lodge at Highland Lodge 7, with the most wonderful views across the loch. We did some walking and cycling and joined in the terrific events organised by the club, including a memorable whisky tasting evening! We did think beforehand that we might miss not having a pool, but, in fact, with the wonderful weather and scenery, I'm not sure we would have had much time to make use of a pool. The unit was so well appointed and furnished that we found it hard to believe that it is scheduled soon for refurbishment!

Review No: 178 by Mrs Salter-Smith who stayed here on 15/10/2016 Language Flag

A spacious apartment and a large conservatory with stunning views. All the appliances and equipment you need. Guided walk, painting class and whisky tasting all thoroughly enjoyable. Friendly helpful staff.

Review No: 179 by Mr Haveron who stayed here on 08/10/2016 Language Flag

The Club is an excellent place to stay for adults wanting to chill out, relax and just do as little as possible. The Holiday Lodge 1 that we stayed in was very spacious and well equipped. We weren't sure about electricity costs, as the information supplied said it would be so much per unit etc, and could be costly. Actually, when we handed in our keys we were told that the cost was £4 per day, so we need not have worried. The views are exceptional, with the silence only being broken by the sound of deer stags bellowing in the background. This is not a great place for kids though, as there are no onsite facilities for them. We did go into the village quite a bit, to the play park, which the kids loved. However, this is determined by the weather. If the weather had been poor we would have had to travel quite a long way on very narrow and twisty roads to get to any decent entertainment for them. It is not the Club's fault that the neighbouring Hotel will not give access to their swimming pool and Gym for the Club quests. However, it would have been great to have access to the pool, even for a short period, it would have made all the difference for the kids, as the nearest public pool is some distance away! Club staff were very helpful and accommodating. We travelled round the area a little bit, and the scenery everywhere we went was spectacular.

Review No: 180 by Mr Wilson who stayed here on 06/10/2016 Language Flag

Although an owner at Loch Rannoch we haven't been for years preferring to use DAE swap our week. So this week was a last minute bonus week and what a very pleasant surprise. We stayed in Otter2 which had a 'min-refurb' a few years ago. Otter2 is a one bed apartment and it's massive, spotlessly clean, has everything you require and has stunning views over the Loch. The Loch Rannoch Highland Club have really smartened up the whole resort, it certainly doesn't look around 40 years old. Yes, it's a wee bit isolated and, apart from the Hotel (which is owned by MacDonald Resorts and is separate from from LRHC), you need to travel to get to restaurants. However, you can visit Pitlochry, Aberfeldy & Rannoch Station which are all around 30/40 mins away. I'd thoroughly recommend a stay here.

Review No: 181 by Mr & Mrs Richmond who stayed here on 01/10/2016 Language Flag

We have been to Loch Rannoch Highland Club several times. The units are spacious and comfortable,this year we were in a refurbished unit which was lovely. The view from the unit is wonderful and the surrounding area is breathtaking. There are plenty of activities should you require them. We shall certainly return.

Review No: 182 by Mrs Clark who stayed here on 29/09/2016 Language Flag

This resort is ideally situated for fit able bodied people but not suitable for families( nowhere to play outside) or the elderly and unfit as the access involves steps ++. A round trip to our apartment from the car involved 86 steps and we are fit and able but it would have been impossible for many of our contemporaries. The apartment itself was very clean, although smelt quite damp and was chilly when we arrived. Everything was in good working order and the staff were most helpful. But it is very dated (1980s) and in need of some thought re bedrooms and lighting. On the whole the experience was good but we would have reservations about exchanging our lovely house at Melfort for Loch Rannoch again. Dial and Exchange worked well for us and we will make more use of it in the coming years. Thank you

Review No: 183 by Mr Jensen who stayed here on 29/09/2016 Language Flag

To qualify the above, the staff were efficient and friendly whenever you met them on site. The resort is on a steep site overlooking Loch Rannoch and has stunning views! It is well maintained, though how they cut the grass is a mystery! If you are infirm it would be best to check with them first for ease of accessibility. There is no access to the gym/swimming pool as it is for the hotel guests only, I never saw anybody use it. The hotel is not part of the timeshare. Car parking is tight and challenging! The apt. was comfortable but the heating was by electric panel heaters, the views from the apt. are fabulous. Stairs and steps to access the apt., can't be avoided really.The appliances were OK but the vacuum cleaners provided were in need of attention, e.g.,filters, bags. An alarm clock would be useful in the bedrooms, cleanliness was OK but could do with more attention to detail, e.g. a thick layer of old grease round the hob. None of the above detracted from us having a lovely stay, the countryside in Autumn was just beginning to turn to reds, browns and yellows, we heard and saw rutting stags in the distance coming over from Trinafour in the yellow glow of the setting sun. Fantastic! Rannoch Station Tea room is worth a visit and if you are into walking their is plenty of walks of varying difficulties thereabouts. The more challenging has rewards of the beautiful countryside. The mountain, Schiehallion, dominates the glen and its vista changes by the minute.

Review No: 184 by Mr & Mrs Rutter who stayed here on 22/09/2016 Language Flag

Wonderful place if you are looking for walking or birdwatching. Beautiful views across Loch Rannoch. Lovely and peaceful.

Review No: 185 by Mr & Mrs Donnelly who stayed here on 22/09/2016 Language Flag

This resort is situated at the side of a beautiful loch. The view is amazing. The apartment was beautifully furnished with a comfy bed. All the apartments have a conservatory too, which was lovely. I marked it down on the quality of appliances because they must have picked out the most difficult to use oven and dishwasher in the world, despite having the instructions there. Every thing was new though with every gadget you could think of. If you are considering going there, and you are old and crocky, check out which unit is being offered. Ours had a few steps up and down to the unit, some were a few steps from the road and others seemed to located halfway up the mountain. It does say in the information that it may not be suitable for guests with mobility problems though. Another bonus is that you can take dogs. The restaurant in the hotel on site was amazing too, although be sure to book. There is plenty to do in the area, especially if you like walking, with gorgeous scenery all around. It is about 20 miles from Pitlochry, the largest town nearby, which takes about 45 minutes, due to roads, We would definitely go back, maybe in October next year, when the Autumn is at its best. Lovely place, lovely apartment and lovely people. what more do you want ? Just the weather, as unfortunately it poured down all week.

Review No: 186 by Mr Heath-coleman who stayed here on 17/09/2016 Language Flag

A great break (although it always helps when you are lucky with the weather). The views from Highland Lodge 45 (sitting in the conservatory and admiring them) are superb, with the light over Shiehallion and Loch Rannoch constantly changing. The lodge is very well appointed and comfortable for a party of six. There is a drop down bed in the lounge area for two more and all the equipment is set up for eight. We did not use the sauna, partly because we were a bit worried about the electricity and partly because we never returned from an outing soaked and cold. You need to be reasonably fit to climb up and down the 57 steps from car to front door, and then further flights inside to get to the spacious kitchen, dining, lounge and conservatory area on the top floor. There are two bedrooms on the middle floor and one at the bottom (which does have a slight smell of damp from the space under the lodge). Each bedroom has its own bathroom. Our electricity for one week was £20, using only hot water, cooker and heated towel rails. Not unreasonable, we thought. Overall, well recommended.

Review No: 187 by Mr Brown who stayed here on 10/09/2016 Language Flag

Absolutely lovely apartment ( Lodge 47). Everything you need at your finger tips. Disappointed that there was no washing machine ( especially if you have been out walking and need to wash your clothes). Views were spectacular and couldn't ask for a more picturesque resort. Saw reviews about the charges for electric therefore was very cautious!!!. however weather wasn't great and could have done with some heating on - but was apprehensive. What would improve the overall ratings ( there have been several comments about this) - being able to use the leisure facilties of the hotel next door. What a pity!!!!!!! - this would have made such a difference especially when the weather was poor. Overall had a lovely time and will definately visit again

Review No: 188 by Mr & Mrs Richardson who stayed here on 10/09/2016 Language Flag

Excellent week at Loch Ranch Highland Club. Highland Lodge was quite superb. Grounds are in excellent condition and very well maintained. The organised club walk on Wednesday with Steve was a treat, thoroughly enjoyed it. Will most certainly be back again through DAE.

Review No: 189 by Mr Turner who stayed here on 10/09/2016 Language Flag

Unit was large and lounge, dining and kitchen area plus closed verandah were excellent. A bit dated but equipment and contents were very good.

Review No: 190 by Mrs Hodgson who stayed here on 03/09/2016 Language Flag

Osprey Lodge has recently been refurbished and is of a very high standard. 2 elderly ladies enjoyed a very pleasant stay. Small issues with TV, heater controls and sauna door were very quickly attended to. I have stayed at this lovely resort several times and am always happy to return. We took 2 of their suggested drives, around Loch Tay and to Inverness, both were very well worth doing as the weather was good and the scenery beautiful.

Review No: 191 by Mr Prydderch who stayed here on 02/09/2016 Language Flag

Very helpful staff,however the internet was very slow. No pub for 12 miles,

Review No: 192 by Mr Armstrong who stayed here on 27/08/2016 Language Flag

We were very disappointed with our stay at the Loch Rannoch Highland Club. Despite filling in and returning a pre arrival form with our requirements, our requests were all ignored. We asked for the water heater to be turned on before our arrival but when we got to the lodge the water was cold. It transpired that the timer didn't work or was disconnected and the only way to get hot water was to manually set the one hour boost. As my wife likes a bath in the morning, I had to get up at 6:00 each day to turn on the water heater. Despite reporting this to the resort and several visits from the maintenance staff they problem was not rectified. On entry to Lodge 35 the whole place smelt very musty and damp, so much so that we didn't unpack but lived out of our suitcases. Even so we have had to wash everything, even the clothes we didn't wear, when we arrived back home. The upshot of our stay was that we cut short our holiday and left on the Tuesday morning, having stayed only three nights.

Review No: 193 by Mr Morrison who stayed here on 27/08/2016 Language Flag

Resort and accommodation showing its age. Not enough money spent on maintenance e.g. external painting. Musty smell in bedrooms, which are below rather than above living areas. Also cold. Electric radiators only as no gas supply to accommodation. Sky TV available but very few channels violable. Split level between kitchen area and living area has high step which is dangerous. Resort on very steep hillside so not suitable for disabled. Nearest town/supermarket 20 miles away with no local shops. pubs etc. Surrounding area of Perthshire excellent - views of lakes and scenery - and view from accommodation excellent. Little information available e.g. on internet of local attractions but much available at resort when arrive

Review No: 194 by Mr Winter who stayed here on 26/08/2016 Language Flag

Lovely lodge with beautiful views particularly when you are sitting in the sun terrace. The lodge was lovely and clean when we arrived. Fortunately the weather was sunny and very warm so we were able to do a lot of walking and sight-seeing but if the weather is inclement there is not a lot to do locally. It is a pity that the McDonald Hotel pool and gym facilities are not available for those staying in the lodges. My wife and I would certainly appreciate these facilities even if we had to pay a small token charge. However, we enjoyed a lovely week at Lock Rannoch Highland Club in a lovely lodge, helped by the glorious weather. We would certainly recommend the lodge to anyone.

Review No: 195 by Mrs McCall who stayed here on 25/08/2016 Language Flag

Clear and easy to use.

Review No: 196 by Mrs Horner who stayed here on 11/08/2016 Language Flag

We exchanged a week and stayed for the first time at the Loch Rannoch in a 1bed apartment (No 2 Pine Marten) at this resort. Check in was quick and easy. Although the reception office was based off site (in the village) about a 1/4 mile from the resort this was not a problem as it was only a couple of minutes drive or an easy and pleasant 15 minute walk. The apartment smelled a bit musty and damp especially in the bedroom but no obvious signs of damp so it may only be that it had not been used for a while. The unit, whilst a bit tired looking, had everything you could possibly need for a self catering stay. The conservatory had sliding doors with waist high railings but no access to the outside space from there as we were on the first floor. However, the views from the first floor conservatory were beautiful and constantly changing depending on the weather conditions and time of day - we never tired looking at the view. As there was only the 2 of us the unit was a generous size (might be a little cramped for 4 with the pull out from wall bed in the combined open plan living cum dining room / kitchen). There were some organised activities at the resort but unfortunately due to sudden illness we did not participate. However another couple complained they were not informed when turning up to one of the events which was cancelled as not enough people had signed up and they had not been told - probably best to check with reception beforehand so that you can at least arrange to do something else. Overall a pleasant stay. Just a shame that anyone staying in the lodges can't use the Macdonald Hotel swimming pool facilities due to a long running and on-going dispute between the hotel owners and the timeshare folk. A pity because it would make such a difference between an ok and a great stay. Hopefully they can resolve this in the future for the benefit of all lodge guests.

Review No: 197 by Mr Davies who stayed here on 06/08/2016 Language Flag

Six of us, inclding 3 children, made the 440 mile car trip from mid-Wales and boy, was it worth it. The Resort's setting is superb, and our 3-bed Highland apartment had a great view over Loch Rannoch from the glassed-in conservatory fronting the living quarters. The accommodation is well-kitted out, both in the kitchen/lounge and the bedroom areas, and we lacked nothing. Even games and books are provided. We found the Resort staff, both permanent and contracted-in, all very friendly and helpful, and we had a great time taking part in the Highland Evening, the morning walk with Steve (very good) through the glens (and bogs!), and also at the Whisky Tasting. The Resort is not allowed to make use of the Hotel's facilities but I (together with my 9-year old granddaughter) was able to visit the Diamond Resort at Kenmore and make use of their swimming pool. All in all, Kinlochleven is well situated both for those who want a peaceful environment, and for others who wish to be more active and visit the many centres of interest within easy reach. The nearest town is Pitlochry, brim full of shops of all kinds. We DID visit the famous fish ladder but the time of year for the salmon run had passed. Not to worry....the cafes do a good trade, as do the souvenir shops. Queen's View was well worth the visit...the children loved scrambling about on the rocks overlooking the world-famous view. The Crannog Centre at Kenmore is also a good visit, especially for the children as it is hands-on. We also went further afield to the Highland Folk Museum at Kingussie...another good (and educational) day out for all. The village of Kinloch Rannoch boasts a well-stocked shop, and a travelling food van visits weekly. Our weather was mixed but didn't prevent us doing anything . Then, another 440 mile trip home,with many photos and happy memories of our time at the Highland Club. Thanks, DAE for the opportunity!

Review No: 198 by Mr Stephen who stayed here on 04/08/2016 Language Flag

The unit was very large furniture was needing up graded but very comfortable plenty of good quality crockery

Review No: 199 by Mrs Hall who stayed here on 23/07/2016 Language Flag

Just returned from this lovely resort .appartments are first class and very well maintained we were in highland lodge 2 lovely view of the loch from all windows.only draw back was the steep stairs going down to the bedrooms difficult for anyone with mobility issues .

Review No: 200 by Mr & Mrs Farrell who stayed here on 16/07/2016 Language Flag

The main thing is lack of Wi Fi connection and were not very keen on the amount of steps to get to the accommodation but overall a very pleasant and relaxing holiday

Review No: 201 by Mrs Hargreaves who stayed here on 14/07/2016 Language Flag

Accommodation more like a flat/ maisonette. The one we had was quite dark inside with no real direct access of sunlight as the accommodation was set into the hill. There was no place to sit outside. The two bedrooms were very cold despite being July. The fixtures and furnishings were variable in quality ranging from a red leather sofa, tartan wing chairs, woolen curtains with tartan pelmit, quality cutlelery , plates etc. Yet the beds were poor quality mattresses and the internal doors were poor quality and chipped. The towels and duvet covers could have been better. The brown carpet and duvet covers made the accommodation a tad drab. The setting was very beautiful

Review No: 202 by Mr & Mrs Markey who stayed here on 09/07/2016 Language Flag

A great place for a relaxing week. Not a good location if you have children as you have to travel far (16 miles to the nearest large town of Pitlochry) to get any shops or entertainment.

Review No: 203 by Mr & Mrs Moroney who stayed here on 02/07/2016 Language Flag

On our first visit to the Loch Rannoch Highland club, we were instantly given a visual treat by the beautiful scenery and location. Although it was an epic journey by vehicle to reach our destination, we were instantly lifted by both the accommodation and the location. The apartment was very spacious and tidy with everything needed to make our stay comfortable. Very minor areas of maintenance were needed in order to change it from above average to excellent such as small areas of internal damp which can easily be addressed. The furniture inside was very comfortable and in excellent condition, the beds also very comfortable and the kitchen contained plenty of accessories needed for when cooking. Although the weather was mixed, we were still able to get out and about on lots of walks taking advantage of the amazing location which is stunningly beautiful. The local towns/villages of Pitlochry, Aberfeldy and Denmore were interesting places to visit and the information/literature provided by staff on local events etc. was excellent. We would highly recommend the Loch Rannoch Highland club to anyone thinking of visiting this area of Scotland, in fact any area of Scotland in the future especially those who admire being outdoors surrounded by stunning scenery!

Review No: 204 by Miss Wren who stayed here on 01/07/2016 Language Flag

Stayed a week here at this remote resort which is excellent if you enjoy walking etc. We had our dog with us and she loved it too. We stayed in Studio 8 which was very spacious and well equipped. The pulldown bed was extremely comfortable and the conservatory area was excellent with spectacular views over the loch and Schehallion. We took supplies with us and ate in at night as, apart from the MacDonald Hotel on site who wanted to charge us £15 each time our dog visited, there is nowehere close by to eat out and we didn't want to drive 20 miles to the nearest restaurant. We visited Aberfeldy and Pitlochry, House of Bruar etc during the day which had many dog friendly places to eat and also the Riverside Café in the village was excellent. The weather unfortunately was not great that week but it didn't hold us back. Lovely place and would definitely go back again.

Review No: 205 by Mrs Worthington who stayed here on 24/06/2016 Language Flag

This was our first experience of using our option to swap our Timeshare and we were delighted with the location and accommodation. On arrival, the staff on Reception were immensely helpful, taking time to give us information on both the Resort and the surrounding area. Once James realised that we had a dog, he wasted no time in getting a "treat" for him and making a huge fuss of our Cockapoo, Bertie! We made our way to the Lodge (Red Deer 4) and were impressed by the size of the accommodation and were most surprised at the level of equipment provided in the kitchen, everything that we could possibly need during our stay. The beds, linen and towels were all of great quality and plentiful. We did, during our stay, have one minor problem with the TV but a call to Reception resulted in a very quick response from Maintenance and, in no time, the problem was rectified. The views from the Conservatory, directly overlooking the Loch, were absolutely stunning whether in bright sunlight or with cloud covering the tip of the Mountain - sublime. A couple of recommendations for a light lunch or snack would be The Riverbank Café in the village and the Tea Room at Rannoch Station - both serving scrummy cakes and both welcome dogs. Overall a great place to stay and we would have no hesitation in recommending to anyone - especially if you are looking for somewhere to stay where you are permitted to take your dog.

Review No: 206 by Mr & Mrs Tobias who stayed here on 18/06/2016 Language Flag

Spectacular views in a totally unspoilt location. The lodge itself was comfortable and clean and superbly well equipped. This is ideal for a relaxing rural retreat. The nearest towns of Pitlochry and / or Aberfeldy are about a half hour drive away.

Review No: 207 by Mr Attwood who stayed here on 18/06/2016 Language Flag

Shame other visitors did not clean up after their dogs fouled areas. Great shame as not just one episode. Makes it very difficult for staff to maintain their normal quality of excellence. Also shame no general facilities but if you want a quiet break away from everything Loch Rannoch is the place. The units are very comfortable and the views superb. The place to chill out

Review No: 208 by Mrs Yeaman who stayed here on 18/06/2016 Language Flag

Loch Rannoch Highland Lodges enjoy a unique position in a very beautiful setting. We enjoyed the peacefulness and the comfortable accommodation. We appreciated the activities too. The clansmen's informative demonstration and talk, and the whisky tasting were excellent. It was unfortunately rather hard work for my husband and myself to negotiate the numerous steps required to access our unit. But the view over the loch and along the valley compensated in no small measure for that. We had a very enjoyable stay at Loch Rannoch. Thank you.

Review No: 209 by Mrs Tracey who stayed here on 17/06/2016 Language Flag

Lovely location with great views overlooking the loch. Studio was well fitted out, clean but very dated. The lighting was poor at night and you couldn't read in bed. The patio doors leading into the conservatory were broken. This would have been a problem if it had been cold. We weren't happy about paying for electric as we pay our maintenance for our own time share. The hotel next door is handy for food and drinks but be careful as the prices are extortionate!!

Review No: 210 by Mr Gerrish who stayed here on 10/06/2016 Language Flag

A very enjoyable week. The lodge is in need of some tender loving care. It's position had wonderful views. Staff were very friendly and approachable. There is a lack of amenities and the hotel on site was very expensive. Unfortunately there was no where to eat locally. Otherwise an ideal location for relaxing and taking it easy

Review No: 211 by Mrs Henderson who stayed here on 04/06/2016 Language Flag

Resort in a beautiful location but architecturally out of place...comfortable but very dated accommodation .

Review No: 212 by Mr & Mrs Vickers who stayed here on 04/06/2016 Language Flag

This lodge was overlooking Loch Rannoch and the Schiehallion Munro. The views were stunning and beautiful and would be difficult to improve on. The lodge itself was well set into the hillside with a balcony that showed off these views to perfection. The lodge itself was tired and needed a facelift to bring it to current standards, but this in no way detracted from the holiday. All the appliances there worked well although they were a little old and could do with updating. Overall this was a fantastic holiday location and any of the negative comments I have made simply disappeared with the beauty of the loch and the Munro.

Review No: 213 by Mr Clark who stayed here on 02/06/2016 Language Flag

Lovely accommodation with far more equipment in kitchen than we could ever want to use which included a slow cooker and electric steamer. However there were no instructions on their use so they remained where they were when we arrived! Beautiful views across the loch and we were blessed with a week of warm sunshine, however there was nowhere where we could sit outside to enjoy it. The resort is built into a steepish hillside and most apartments have a considerable number of steps to access them so not for the infirm. While we enjoyed our week, we would say this resort is mostly for people who enjoy walking and are unconcerned by the narrow and bendy and long roads from the A9.

Review No: 214 by Mr & Mrs Russell who stayed here on 28/05/2016 Language Flag

We spent a wonderful week at this resort. The refurbished lodge was tastefully decorated & very comfortable. The views from our conservatory were spectacular. We were lucky enough to have good weather, in the 20s all week which was a bonus. A very relaxing & peaceful week in this magical place.
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