Popular Perthshire holiday resort launches multi-million-pound luxury lodge development
A popular Perthshire holiday and leisure resort has launched a multi-million-pound lodge development as it ramps up its offering.
Mains of Taymouth Country Estate & Golf Course at Kenmore is widening the choice of holiday home accommodation it offers for sale thanks to a partnership with Willerby Bespoke.
The Cairn Lodge is an extension of the existing Taymouth Village development, which offered leisure lodges for sale in its most recent, now sold out, phase. It will consist of 20, three-bedroom lodges, bordering Mains of Taymouth’s nine-hole golf course, and just a short distance from the main estate which contains courtyard lettings cottages, restaurant, shop and deli.
Prices at The Cairn Lodge are from £240,000.
Mains of Taymouth managing director Robin Menzies said: “We’re very excited to announce that The Cairn Lodge is the latest five-star development to be offered at Mains of Taymouth, in what is very likely to be a vibrant holiday home market in 2021.
“We can well expect that even with the Covid-19 vaccination being rolled out, many people will not want to venture abroad this summer, choosing instead to holiday in Scotland.”
He added: “I am sure I speak for all tourism and hospitality businesses in Highland Perthshire when I say that we want to put the completely unprecedented and nightmarish year that was 2020 behind us, and move on to better times.
“It’s time to put our faith once again in our customers and in this beautiful location. Investment in jobs, and in the area and what it offers, is key.”
Simon Sleep, business development manager at lodge manufacturer Willerby Bespoke, said: “We are all very excited to be partnering up with Mains of Taymouth on this exclusive new development.
“The Delamere lodge, which will feature at this development, has been be-spoked to a unique concept by Robin Menzies and his team.”
Kenmore, which is located on the banks of Loch Tay, some six miles from the market town of Aberfeldy, is popular for watersports, fishing and boating activities. A conservation village rich in historical interest, Kenmore has its own church, village store and post office, and hotel.
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