Taymouth Marina is situated on picturesque Loch Tay, located in the village of Kenmore, Perthshire. Loch Tay is one of the largest and deepest freshwater lochs in Scotland and is widely regarded as one of the best in the country, due to its picture-perfect setting.
Sheltered by the leafy Ben Lawers mountain range, Loch Tay is steeped in history. Ancient settlers dwelt in crannogs – timber roundhouses – on Loch Tay’s banks, and it is the inspiration behind the traditional Scottish folksong, ‘Loch Tay Boat Song’.
With 33 berths, Taymouth Marina can accommodate sailing, sports and fishing boats of up to 20ft in length and a keel of up to 2m. Natural shelter from the nearby Munros makes this a highly secure marina. For added peace of mind, the Marina includes a security webcam that owners can access 24/7.
Taymouth Marina offers luxury self-catered accommodation with views towards the loch, a rustic pop-up restaurant and bar serving locally sourced produce, a selection of water sport activities and a restorative natural spa. The villages of Kenmore and neighbouring Aberfeldy host a number of amenities including shops, bars and restaurants.