The Kenmore Club by Diamond Resorts
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- This Scottish Highlands retreat is on the banks of Loch Tay
- The cottage-style apartments sleep 2-6 people
- Family-friendly activities include an indoor heated pool, a crazy golf course & a ping pong table
- Scotland's oldest inn is located opposite the resort
In the Scottish Highlands, around an hour's drive from Perth, the Kenmore Club is a cosy retreat on the banks of Loch Tay.
The grounds form part of the ancient garden that used to surround Taymouth Castle and the cottage-style apartments are modelled on buildings in the nearby village of Kenmore.
The resort is a 2-minute drive from the Mains of Taymouth golf course (formerly the Kenmore golf course) which offers "well-groomed fairways and lovely surroundings" according to Today's Golfer magazine. Loch Tay is a 15-mile freshwater lake beside the Ben Lawers mountain range, much of which is a designated National Nature Reserve. Outdoor activities in the surrounding area include kayaking, fishing, horse riding and hiking.
The on-site leisure centre features a heated indoor swimming pool, a whirlpool and a sauna, and the grounds are home to a crazy golf course, tennis courts and an outdoor ping pong table. The restaurant serves traditional Scottish dishes including fresh seafood. Sip a post-dinner dram of whisky at the pub adjacent to the resort, which is reputedly Scotland's oldest inn and has a chimney breast inscribed with a poem by Robert Burns.
The apartments accommodate between two and six people in 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom units. All feature full kitchens with an oven, a hob, a fridge, a kettle and a dishwasher. Wi-Fi is available free of charge. Freeview TVs come as standard. Additional fees apply for the leisure facilities.