The Kenmore Club (Perthshire) Reviews
Description:Location: Kenmore / Aberfeldy / Perthshire / PH15 2HH
Newest Review: ... this, a toilet and basin and was big enough to feel comfortable but not huge. The water was nice and hot and we enjoyed a few nice long soaks in the extra long bath. BEDROOM TWO This was also quite dark and a similar layout except it had two single beds and the ensuite had a walk in shower. The colour of the décor was similar and the ensuite had the same colour floor tiles and wall tiles. It ... more
Customer The Kenmore Club (Perthshire) Reviews (1)
by - written on 04/09/13 (Very useful, 80 readings)
Kenmore Club We booked week at this resort on LochTay around nine months ago as we had enjoyed our last week in Scotland in September/October last year. The resort consists of self catering cottages on the loch within a walled compound. I am not sure if the walls are genuinely old but they look like old castle walls and within the walled area no cars are allowed to park. You can drive in to unload the car and then after that you park outside the walled area. This makes the residential complex very child friendly and much nicer to look out over. Our cottage was towards the back and we looked over the inner courtyard and could see the loch between the ... Read the complete review
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