Bridge of Gaur Guesthouse is nestled at the West end of Loch Rannoch, in the heart of Highland Perthshire.
Originally built in 1878 by Sir Robert Menzies, part of the Clan Menzies our granite farmhouse sits proud in an elevated position looking towards The Bridge of Gaur, also built by the Menzies Clan, in commemoration to the crowning of the young Queen Victoria.
Two Double/Twin Rooms - En suite Shower Rooms.
One Double/Twin Room - Shared Bathroom. (Bath & Shower Over).
One Double/Twin Room - Shared Bathroom.(Bath & Shower Over).
Three of the rooms can have another bed added. Ideal for families or larger groups.
Loch Rannoch is 22 miles in circumference and offers breathtaking views whether you drive,cycle or even walk around it. Everyday there is something different to catch your eye, whether it is a mirror effect over the water on a calm day or the colours of the trees in Autumn.
Set within the heart of Highland Perthshire the scenery is stunning. Enjoy exploring by foot, bikes, car or kayaks. Relax by the Loch & River while you fish or take photographs and enjoy the flora, fauna & abundance of wildlife.
Take a drive to Rannoch Station take a train to Corrour for more walks and Munro's or stay on the train to Fort William and Mallaig.
Rates: From £70 single occupancy per night. From £85 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
Children are welcome.
No smoking. Pets are allowed.
Off street parking.
Homemade evening meals available.