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The Tower
Luxury Self Catering Accommodation in Kenmore

A place of exceptional beauty and peace; a perfect hideaway for up to four persons; accessible, yet private; ancient, yet with every modern creature comfort, surrounded on all sides by breathtaking scenery; a place where eagles soar and stags roam; a spot with romantic Royal connections: that’s The White Tower of Taymouth.

Judge for yourself by viewing our photo gallery. Come & enjoy!

Your Ultimate Scottish Retreat

On the ground floor is the entrance vestibule and dining-kitchen area complete with French doors to the terrace. Two steps up from the kitchen is the lounge with wood burning stove. Four steps down is the utility area, sauna and shower.

On the first floor is a double bedroom with en-suite shower room, a wee library and entrance to the Master Suite. The Master Suite is on the first and second floor and has it’s own full bathroom. The Master Suite provides that extra something with stairs to the roof terrace where there is a hot tub and stunning views of Loch Tay & Taymouth Castle – just breathtaking!

White Tower close-up with arched windows

The Grounds

Explore Loch Tay and surrounding Perthshire

The Tower’s immediate grounds extend to eight acres but with all the hills and forest surrounding, you will feel that it all belongs to you! As you are in Scotland, you are welcome to walk anywhere, even in fenced off areas, as long as you shut gates and act responsibly! There is ample parking, an adjacent woodshed and access off the A827 is via a private road.

Outside is a gravel driveway and large lawn area around the property. The terrace includes dining furniture, a BBQ and Midge Magnet. There are 8 acres of private woodland surrounding The White Tower therefore it is perfect to escape from the hustle and bustle of the modern world.

Trees and sunlight at The White Tower

Film & Photography

Ideal location for photography

Bring your camera! The countryside surrounding The White Tower is a photographer’s dream, no matter the season or, indeed, the weather. Stunning Spring mornings with the mist filling the valley below; long summer evenings with the sun dipping below the distant mountains; hoar frost on the trees and snow on the hills; lochs and glens, colours & shadows; an absolute joy!

Kenmore, the Loch and the River, as well as the Castle make wonderful backdrops and the historic and picturesque Rob Roy Way passes close to The Tower: a time to be grateful for the digital age!

Aerial views from the White tower to Loch Tay
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