Liarn Farm

Six Delightful Self Catering Cottages

in the Highlands of Scotland

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Welcome to Liarn Farm

We invite you most warmly to share with us the delights of the very best of self catering accommodation in the highlands of Scotland - in a rather remote but quite special and scenically spectacular location in the very heart of Highland Perthshire.

Come prepared to relax and ‘blow away’ - for a while - all the stresses of a time pressured world, here in Rannoch.

Visit our Pets Corner where kids (young & old) can help feed the chickens & ducks, collect the eggs and pet the rabbits & shetland ponies.

Pets Corner

The landscape around the loch is quite stunning in all seasons and makes an ideal base for walking, bird watching, fishing, photography or simply relaxing.

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Bruce

Sleeps 5
Pet Friendly

Fully equipped and offer spacious and comfortable accommodation, including a balcony with panoramic views over Loch Rannoch.

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Campbell

Sleeps 5
Pet Friendly

Fully equipped and offer spacious and comfortable accommodation, including a balcony with panoramic views over Loch Rannoch.

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Macgregor

Sleeps 4
Pet Friendly

Fully equipped and offer spacious and comfortable accommodation, including a balcony with panoramic views over Loch Rannoch.

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Mackintosh

Sleeps 4
Pet Friendly

Fully equipped and offer spacious and comfortable accommodation, including a balcony with panoramic views over Loch Rannoch.

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Stewart

Sleeps 5
Pet Friendly

Fully equipped and offer spacious and comfortable accommodation, including a balcony with panoramic views over Loch Rannoch.

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Wallace

Sleeps 5
Pet Friendly

Fully equipped and offer spacious and comfortable accommodation, including a balcony with panoramic views over Loch Rannoch.

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BBQ & Picnic Area

 

Free Satellite TV

 
 

Wifi Available

Our Local Area In Highland Perthshire

  • Our Setting
  • Kinloch Rannoch
  • Location Map
  • Directions

Set in the heart of Highland Perthshire

The Highland Estate of Liarn enjoys an enviable setting on the shores of Loch Rannoch, with quite superb panoramic views southward over the Loch. The stone built cottages, converted from the original farm steadings  have been renovated with great care and are set within a traditional exterior. The cottages are fully equipped and offer spacious and comfortable accommodation, including a balcony with panoramic views over Loch Rannoch.

Loch Rannoch lies in the very heart of Scotland, surrounded by beautiful high mountains, forests and moorland with the great expanse of the Loch stretching east and west. Justifiably designated 'A National Scenic Area', the landscape around Loch Rannoch is quite stunning in all seasons and makes an ideal base for the walker, birdwatcher, photographer, and indeed for those of a more active disposition. The Loch itself has a circumference of some 26 miles and is renowned for the quality of its fishing, most notably its wild brown trout. There are also pike, perch and char. Liarn Farm offers stunning views over the Loch towards the Black Wood of Rannoch, amongst the last remnants of the Caledonian Forest which covered most of Scotland some 2000 years ago. The mystical Schiehallion (the Fairy Hill of the Caledonians) at 3553 feet, is despite its daunting look, surprisingly one of the easier Munros to 'bag'.

Woods

Loch

Kinloch Rannoch

Point at a map of Scotland and Kinloch Rannoch can be found right in the very centre, just two hours drive from Glasgow, Edinburgh and Dundee. 20 Miles North West of Aberfeldy, 20 miles west of Pitlochry and 18 miles from Rannoch Station, it is well located for an idyllic getaway and has plenty on offer for those seeking adventure, breathtaking scenery or simply to relax and unwind.

Where we are

Directions

Liarn Farm is very well signposted, just off the B846 road from Kinloch Rannoch to Rannoch Station. It is some 60 miles (96km) north of Perth, and around 30 miles (42km) west of Pilochry.

By road
From Pitlochry, travel north out of town and take the B8019 west to Tummel Bridge, the B846 through Kinloch Rannoch and onward for around 6 miles. The cottages are on the right.

From Inverness - take the A9 all the way south to the turnoff for Trinafour, some 10 miles south of Dalwhinnie. Follow this road through Trinafour, turning right there onto the road to Kinloch Rannoch and Rannoch station.

From Glasgow - take the A/M80 north to Stirling, remembering to bypass the city and follow the signs for Inverness which will take you on to the A9 north. Once you have passed the signs for Pitlochry, look out some 9 miles on for the exit west to Calvine and the A847 to Kinloch Rannoch.

From Edinburgh – take the M90 to Perth outskirts where you will follow the signs for and join the A9 north to Inverness. Bypass Pitlochry and proceed as for Glasgow above.

From Aberdeen – take the A93 road via Ballater, Braemar and Glenshee to the A924 turn-off at Bridge of Cally, for Kirkmichael then head west to Pitlochry. Proceed as for Pitlochry above

From Dundee – take the A90 to the outskirts of Perth then proceed as for Edinburgh above

By rail
Rannoch Station on the West Highland Line, some 10 miles form Liarn, has a regular daily connecting service with all the major Scottish cities. And a daily express service to and from London King Cross and intermediate stations in the south stops at Pitlochry station.

In addition a great way to travel, without really noticing the length of the journey – is the Caledonian sleeper which operates daily except Saturdays all the way from Fort William to London, and calling at Rannoch Station.

 

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