For holidays in Perthshire, Cruachan is a friendly, well-established caravan and camping park on the beautiful banks of Loch Tay.
Cruachan features amazing Hobbit Huts, Octolodges, static caravans and a 2- bedroom lodge along with pitches for caravans and tents.
This is an idyllic place in the beautiful countryside providing alternative accommodation to explore Highland Perthshire and beyond.
There are ample play areas for children and a variety of walks around the park and through the forest to the Loch including woodland walks within easy distance of the site and nestling amongst the foothills of Beinn Ghlass and Ben Lawers, Cruachan to tempt the more serious walker.
The caravans, campsite and lodges are an ideal base for a walking holiday or for anyone looking for an active holiday with watersports, tennis or clay pigeon shooting.
The restaurant offers a wide range of home-cooked meals including both a lunch and dinner menu and is open from March to October and also for Christmas. Enjoy home-baked scones, cakes and home-cooked evening meals or simply coffee and drinks in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Please enquire today to find out more about holidays in Perth & Kinross.
- Picnic benches and barbecue areas are dotted around for your convenience
- Hard standings
- Electrical charger point
- Ice pack facilities
- BBQ area
Things to do in Killin, Perth and Kinross
Cruachen is located 3 miles from the north side of Loch Tay, below the hills and above the forest leading to the shores of the Loch, in acres of Scotland's most spectacular scenery.
A short drive away are the scenic village of Killin and the picturesque Falls of Dochart. Killin Village, being centrally situated, is an ideal base for touring and sightseeing around the Highlands and central Scotland and is very popular with climbers and hill walkers. It has a wide variety of shops and pubs and also a 9-hole golf course, tennis, putting and bowls.
An indoor leisure centre and swimming pools are within a ½ hour drive of Cruachan and water sports, clay pigeon shooting, birdwatching and ancient burial sites are all also nearby.
Based on 1 review(s)
Dunfermline, Fife 19 Aug 2010
A very attractive site, lovely peacful setting on the shores of Loch Tay. Facilities all well kept and fresh, a modest selection of necessities can be bought at the shop, including free range eggs. Hamish and John are really helpful and friendly. There isn't an awful lot for kids on the site but there are plenty of activities close by. We would definately go back as it was more reasonably priced than some sites which have less to offer.