Lochearnside is a sympathetically renovated Victorian villa dating back to 1865. They offer three luxurious bedrooms, all of which have great views of the loch, modern en suites, wonderfully comfortable beds, complementary hot drinks trays, digital TV with Freesat, hairdryer and free Wi-Fi access.

Achray House Hotel and Lodges

Achray House Hotel boasts breathtaking views over Loch Earn, St Fillans which is situated within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Achray House Hotel's central location makes it ideal as base to explorethe Southern Highlands and West Coast, and to visit towns like St Andrews, Dunkeld, Doune, Crieff and Oban. Achray House's self-catering lodge offers a comfortable get-away, ideal for families with children or pets. The lodge leads onto a small gravelled garden with outside seating and parking for one car (additional parking in front of the hotel).

Comrie Croft

Comrie Croft is Scotland's award-winning green destination which includes a farmstead hostel, group accommodation, camping, nordic kåtas, walking trails, wildlife viewing and some of the best compact mountain-biking in the country. We're just over an hour from Edinburgh or Glasgow so you don't have to wait too long for the fun to begin!!

Cooper Cottages

Cooper Cottages showcase a variety of self catering holiday cottages throughout the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park and rural Perthshire. Each holiday cottage has its own individual Scottish charm, from cottages for couples to large holiday homes. If you enjoy holidays in Scotland; staying in a village, tranquil rural cottage or in a picturesque lochside location, we have what you are looking for: cottages, lodges and holiday homes for groups of 2 to 9, in stunning locations. If you are looking for dog-friendly accommodation we have a number of properties to choose from. The National Park offers a variety of things to do, and spectacular scenery to enjoy.

Tarken Lodge

This delightful detached property is ideal for a romantic couple looking for a secluded spot in the Scottish Highlands with plenty of local amenities and activities as well as excellent access to the whole of Scotland by road. Providing very comfortable and well-equipped accommodation, including a whirlpool bath, the lodge is located on the outskirts of St Fillans in the Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park. On the edge of a natural woodland forest, with the Tarken burn running by, it is ideal for those wanting immediate access to lovely country and hill walking. Amble along the old railway route or take a more demanding walk up the hill to get the most amazing views of this beautiful area which is dotted with lochs and surrounded by hills and glens.

Briar Cottages

A warm Scottish welcome awaits you at Briar Cottages on Loch Earn in Lochearnhead village, where Perthshire meets Stirlingshire, only 60 miles from Edinburgh and Glasgow. Enjoy ever changing loch and mountain views and all inclusive use of our summer house, loch garden, jetty, slipway, 6 flag putting, petanque piste and picnic tables. Choose spacious luxury cottage Briar Steading or charming pet friendly cottage Little Briar. Both holiday cottages sleep 4 and offer romantic views south over Loch Earn to Stuc A Chroin, Glen Ample and Edinample Castle.

St Fillans CC

St. Fillans is a pretty, picturesque, conservation village situated within Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. We can be found at the east end of Loch Earn on the A85 in the central highlands of Scotland. We are a friendly little village consisting of around 200 residents. In and around St. Fillans you can enjoy walking, golf, fishing, canoeing, boating, good local food, gardens, history, bird watching, Munro-bagging or just sitting in the sun feeding the resident ducks.

Dean Bricknell Photography

Eden Images, Workshops - Tours - Tuition

Dean shares his life-long passion for inspirational wildlife by taking photographs of animals ranging from pine martens and badgers to red kites and crested tits. His landscape photography covers many terrains - mainly covering Scotland's mountains, lochs and historical features.

Yorkshire Coast Nature

Yorkshire Coast Nature (YCN) is a small independent nature tourism company. Every member of our team lives locally and is passionate about wildlife. We believe strongly in delivering eco-tourism with a direct benefit for wildlife and provide annual grants to nature conservation organisations. So when you use one of our services you can be assured that you are helping wildlife. In 2011 we joint-funded a wetland restoration and bird hide project for Thornwick and Sea Farm Holiday Centre at Flamborough Head.

Perth & Kinross Countryside Trust

Founded in 1997, Perth and Kinross Countryside Trust is an independent charity that negotiates access to land, builds footpaths, helps care for Scotland’s most spectacular woodlands and trees and works on conservation projects; all to improve and promote access to the countryside for walkers, cyclists and horse riders.

We work in partnership with other organisations and community groups to help make Perthshire one of the most accessible destinations in Scotland.

Argaty Red Kites

  • Central Scotland's only Red Kite feeding station
  • Daily Ranger-led visits to the hide
  • We welcome school and group visits
  • Late Spring and Summer guided walks (from mid May) also safaris around the farm
  • Red Kite Centre available for hire

Come and see these wonderful birds

Perthshire Wildlife

Perthshire Wildlife is a small Scottish company which helps connect locals and holiday makers to the beautiful Perthshire countryside and wonderful wildlife that lives here. The guided walks or wildlife tours are led by Daniele Muir, a native of Scotland with a lifelong love of nature and background in Environmental and Countryside Management.

Eternal Mountain

Eternal Mountain is about more than just being an historical tour guide of Breadalbane, rather instead from an eco-perspective, putting Nature first at the heart of our local economy today. Therefore, I see this eco-tour guide as the beginning of that process, and as a way to inspire others. Bringing together, history, people from all over the world that come to visit, and most essentially in the realisation of their part in Nature too. It is also about having a renewed appreciation of Nature, rather than the dogmatic perspective of seeing Nature at 'our disposal' and as a way to exploit, serving only our needs. Crucially, it is also about remembering that Nature, supports all forms of life, each life being essential to the other. And, importantly, recognising that Climate Change is not going to go away – it will remain an issue for some time, until we take real action. 

Hen Harrier Day

This website tells you everything you need to know about Hen Harrier Days: what's on offer where, and how to find one near you. Hen Harrier Days are fun events for all the family and take many forms: in the countryside, in town, celebrity speakers, gigs, walks, picnics and more. Find one that suits you and yours, and maybe explore a new bit of our countryside too.

Hen Harrier Days celebrate one of the UK’s most beautiful, charismatic – and now rare – birds. They are also an occasion to raise our voices against the main reason for that rarity – illegal persecution. They are days of action, an opportunity to stand together to press for an end to wildlife crime and the wider abuse of our uplands.

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