Within the conservation village of Killin, our beautiful holiday homes are terraced neatly into the corner of a stunning landscaped, courtyard development.

Highland Park has 7 houses available as self catering holiday lets, all with outstanding specifications and special features. Views from the houses vary, including woodland, mountain & pastoral, depending on their respective locations.  Clustered around a beautifully landscaped courtyard, the houses have a welcome sense of community and security.

All the houses are 2-bedroom and 2-bath and comfortably sleep 4.  In three of our houses – Gleann Fia, Dorcha’s Mian and Orangewood House – a sofabed is available in the living room, sleeping an additional 2 people if required.  Dogs are welcome in all of our houses with the exception of Álainn Eve and Cara Anan.

On the first floor, there is a spacious ensuite bathroom to the master bedroom that features twin wash basins, a thermostatic walk-in shower. There also is a large family bathroom, which in some houses feature a full-size P-Shaped bath with electric shower and, in the others, a full-size bath and electric walk-in shower. On the ground floor of all houses, there is a large wc that can be used as a cloak room.

On the ground floor, there is a spacious open plan living area incorporating luxuriously comfortable sofas and a dining area.  The kitchen is finished to a high specification and features gas hob, electric oven, dishwasher and full size refrigerator.  There is a washer/dryer and a large cupboard in the entrance hallway for storing coats and shoes etc.

There is full disabled access from the car park to all the houses and courtyard.  Each house has one allocated parking space and there is open guest parking at the southwest corner of the car park.

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Lovely home, everything you need. The area is great and favourite of ours. Perfect.

Carol, Tommy & Ollie the dog, 28th Nov 22

Everything was lovely in the house, thank you. Great walks from the house, Falls of Dochart Inn does a really nice lunch. We will be back again.

John & Issy, Jasper the dog

We were so happy to find a lovely holiday home which is also dog friendly. The house is spacious and spotlessly clean. Very well appointed , we didn’t need anything extra for our stay. A very useful welcome pack with bread, butter milk and some nice extras was included too .

Killin itself is a great base for walking, eating and wonderful scenery. The area has a lot of history . We recommend the Killin Hotel and the Bridge of Lochay pub for eating out , both dog friendly in the nice bar areas and conservatory. We also ate from the fish and chip van which was good.

We would love to return to Capercaillie.

Debra Barratt, 24 September

Lovely, cosy home

Great Location

Fabulous walks!

Daniel & Family, 30th December 22

We adore the area of Loch Tay, Killin and surrounding and try to escape there at least a few times a year. This year proved slightly trickier with the addition of two new members of the family, both of whom sport fur & four legs. We were absolutely delighted to discover that these new cottages not only accepted dogs. It welcomed them along with providing dog towels, waste bags etc

The cottages themselves are brilliantly located right on the edge of Killin where the only noise you have is early morning bird chorus or an occasional passing car.

Equipped with absolutely everything a family of 5 and two pups could need and what a treat to arrive to find bread/milk/butter & jam waiting on us.

Everything is finished to the highest of standards, with exceptionally comfy beds and showers strong enough to knock off any residual dirt from the near by excellent walking/on the water opportunities.

Parking on site and excellent communication from our hosts, it couldn’t have been easier.

For a family needing to escape for a few days we couldn’t have hoped for more & look forward to returning again soon.

Mary-Jane Duncan, 15 July


In Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, you’ll find wild scenery, thrilling history and superb local food and drink – all of which is easy to get to – as well as an abundance of activities to suit all the family.