A unique boathouse on the shores of Loch Tay
Planning a romantic getaway or anniversary surprise? Perched on the water’s edge, Dipper is a secluded holiday home just for two with stunning views over Loch Tay. With Ben Lawers and over fifty gloriously secluded acres of private woodland, wild meadow and loch shore for company, this is a rare place to dream, to be in love, to leave the rest of your life behind for a few days.
Dipper is a contemporary take on the classic loch-side boathouse with a sustainable wooden structure with a corrugated aluminium roof designed by award-winning architect Colin Smith. Big picture windows look out across the loch in all directions for you to stay in bed and soak up amazing views, or snuggle up on the comfy sofa and relax as you enjoy this magical place of magical place full of light, changing weather, ancient trees, nature and solitude.
The accommodation consists of on open living space with the king-size bed on raised platform at back of living room. This cosy holiday home is very beautiful and built to the highest standards with solid oak planked floors; a contemporary Danish log burning stove; Neff kitchen appliances ; Duravit and Hansgroh bathroom fittings; and original limited edition prints and signed photographs on the walls.
Dipper is just two hours’ driving from Glasgow airport, fractionally less from Edinburgh. There are railway stations at Pitlochry and Dunkeld, on the main Inverness line, both within about 45 minutes’ driving. The city of Perth is one hour’s drive to the south, Inverness two hours to the north. Aberfeldy is 7 miles & the Local village shop is only 2.5 miles away in Kenmore.
Highland Perthshire is a wonderful place to visit. With lochs, forests, mountains, castles, history and whisky, walking, fishing and golf this is a region rich in ancient history, natural heritage and folklore.