Morenish Mews sits in a secluded wooded hollow on the north shore of Loch Tay, with stunning views across Loch Tay to the hills of Highland Perthshire. Morenish Mews is a self-catering development carefully designed for couples that we try to run in an environmentally-friendly way. While the sheltered location of our accommodation assures tranquility, the nearby town of Killin provides a full range of services including several good restaurants.
Morenish Mews is ideal for hill walking holidays and for couples or individuals who seek the peace and calm that a holiday in the highlands of Scotland can offer. Morenish Mews sits 60 metres (200 feet) above our 300-metre stretch of Loch Tay shoreline, where guests can picnic or enjoy free trout fishing and coarse fishing. (Please check here for details of access to the loch.) Morenish Mews is open year round to help you make the most of these opportunities.
Our highland location, at the edge of the Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve and the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, is ideal for lovers of nature and the outdoors. Wildlife abounds in the area. Red deer, red squirrels, badgers and even a pine marten have been seen in the garden, and over the summer months ospreys can be seen from the property. Ben Lawers is noted for its alpine and arctic flora.
Our vacation rental accommodation is also a superb base from which to explore all that Scotland has to offer in the way of outdoor activities and tourist attractions. Morenish Mews lies at the heart of the highland area known as Breadalbane but is still only a 90-minute drive from Edinburgh or Glasgow airports. Our central location means that popular destinations such as Perth, Stirling, Pitlochry, Oban, Glen Coe and Fort William are all reachable in under two hours’ drive.
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