July 19, 2024

Tee off on a fantastic group golf break at Loch Tay Highland Lodges

Loch Tay Highland Lodges in Perthshire not only sits in a prime position on the tranquil shores of its name’s sake Loch Tay it is also within easy reach of some of the best golf courses around, making the park a perfect base for a group golfing break.

A group golf holiday can be a wonderful way to catch up with friends to have some friendly competition on the fairway and compare handicaps. With the right accommodation choice, it can also be a sociable and relaxing experience as well.

Loch Tay Highland Lodges offers two impressive, luxury houses perfect for larger group stays.

Mill House has 4-bedrooms and sleeps up to 8 people. It has a hot-tub, wood burner, private upper-level wrap around deck, outside firepit and a waterfall view. It is pure luxury and secluded from the rest of the park.

Mill House

Loch Tay House has 5-bedrooms and sleeps up to 10 people. It comes with its own secluded private garden comprised of tiered lawns lined with mature trees and shrubs, a 10-person electric hot tub and private parking for four or five cars, perfect for bringing all the fishing equipment needed.

Loch Tay House

For those feeling a bit more adventurous, The Bothy is set in a converted stable block and sleeps up to 8 with a ‘bunk room’ sleeping up to 6 people with 3 bunk beds and a double bed settee in the lounge area. It also come with a dart board, pool table and hot tub.

The Bothy

The park also has an on-site bar and restaurant with an impressive range of drinks and tasty Scottish fayre where the group can celebrate all the hole in ones scored that day.

Scotland, known as ‘The Home of Golf’, has over 550 golf courses within the country, with the well-known Gleneagles just an hour away or if you are looking for a special day out the world famous town of St Andrews with its prestigious courses are a two hour drive through the stunning highlands along to the beautiful east coast.

According to a recent report researched and published by The R&A there were192,000 registered golfers in Scotland alone, showing the popularity of the sport and the growing market for golfing holidays.

Combining a holiday and a few rounds of golf has been something keen golfers have been doing for many years and Scotland with its Championship level courses and challenging range of links is becoming an increasingly favoured destination to have a tee-rific group golf break.

 

Nearest Golf Courses to Loch Tay Highland Lodges –

Image: The Impressive Scenery at Killin Golf Club

 

Killin Golf Club (3 miles from park).

Aberfeldy Golf Club (19 miles from park).

St Fillans Golf Club (20 miles from park).

 

Breaks

Stay at Loch Tay House (sleeps 10) on Monday 10th June for 4 nights from £28 per person per night (based on 10 sharing) or £1092 Total.

Stay at The Bothy (sleeps 8) on Friday 28th June for 3 nights from £48 per person per night (based on 8 sharing) or £1131 Total.

Stay at Mill House (sleeps 8) on Monday 1st July for 4 nights from £96 per person per night (based on 8 sharing) or £3059 Total.

 

For more information or to book a fantastic break surrounded by top notch golf courses, visit Largo Leisure Parks

About Largo Leisure Parks

Largo Leisure Parks offer award winning glamping and lodge holidays in six stunning areas of Scotland.

Each park has its own unique characteristics and offers a varied choice of holiday accommodation to rent and own including self-catering glamping, wooden cabins, cottages, deluxe beach huts, premium lodges, and Caravans.

Largo Leisure Parks was founded in 2003 when it acquired its first holiday park in Scotland, Sauchope Links Park in the East Neuk of Fife. In March 2022, the group was acquired by Limerston Capital.

The aim of Largo Leisure Parks is to put the needs of their customers at the heart of their business, providing a wide choice of quality holiday homes at affordable prices or rental.

To learn more, visit www.largoleisure.co.uk