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Self-Catering in Lochearnhead

Cooper Cottages, Lochearnhead, Perthshire

Cooper Cottages

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Cooper Cottages prides itself in finding accommodation in Scotland to suit individual requirements. We bring together a selection of properties, providing excellent self catering accommodation in beautiful locations within the Breadalbane area of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and surrounding areas.

Each holiday cottage has its own individual Scottish charm; if you enjoy a family holiday in Scotland, staying in a village, tranquil rural location or in a Loch side cottage overlooking a castle we have a cottage for you.

Our cottages in Balquhidder, Lochearnhead, St Fillans, Comrie, Crainlarich, Killin and Strathyre accommodate 2 to 8 people comfortably and are all well equipped. Each is personally inspected to ensure that cleanliness and good service are standard.

All our self catering holiday homes have easy access to walking or climbing the local Munros or Corbetts. Golf is available in St Fillans, Killin, Callander and Crieff. Fishing permits can be obtained locally for Loch and river fishing. If you are a cycling enthusiast then the Sustrans route 7 cycle network is accessible from Lochearnhead to Killin and beyond. The Lochearnhead watersports centre offers great outdoor activites, water ski-ing and quad biking ; If you enjoy sking Glencoe Ski resort is within easy travelling distance. Our holiday cottages are an ideal base for visiting other tourist attractions and historical sites.

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