5 LAWERS VIEW
SLEEPS 5 (+2)
No.5 Lawers View is a spacious and modernised two bedroom house set upon the tranquil south shore of Loch Tay, offering magnificent views of the Marina and Loch Tay below. Comprising of an ensuite double bedroom and ensuite bunk room with additional single bed as well as a large open plan lounge, dining and kitchen area – No. 5 has it all. Complete with private hot tub and terraced patio, this property sleeps up to 7 people making it perfect for a weekend away with family or friends.
Sleeps up to 5 (+2) guests
Master double bedroom
Second bedroom with bunkbed & single bed
This Property is equipped with a sofa bed and can sleep an additional 2 people, (we would only recommend this for children under 12 years of age) Please note there is a one occupancy surcharge of £50 for this service.
Arranged over two floors
Kitchen includes dishwasher, fridge/freezer, microwave, coffee maker
Open plan lounge, dining and kitchen area
Downstairs shower room
Utility room with sink & washer dryer
Flat screen televisions
Wi-Fi available throughout the resort
Cots and highchairs available (must be pre-booked)
All linens and towels provided
Housekeeping starter pack provided (bin liner, dishwasher tablets and washing up liquid)
Entrance to the property is from the rear
Pet friendly (£25 additional charge)
Unfortunately, while things are uncertain with current social distancing government guidelines, we cannot offer the Hotbox spa as complimentary service. At this time you can book a private booking within your social bubble. Please ring reception.
Important: For your enjoyment and for reasons of hygiene, all hot tubs are emptied, cleaned and refilled with clean water between occupancies. For this reason we are not able to guarantee that the optimum temperature will be reached on the first evening.
Please be aware we are currently undergoing small building works at Taymouth Marina on specific days through-out the week and for the duration of a few months. This is temporary and we will do our best to keep any disruption to an absolute minimum.