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The Kenmore Club by Diamond Resorts, Kenmore

Kenmore, Perthshire, PH15 2HH, UK
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  • Private Car Park
    Private Car Park
  • On Site Golf
    On Site Golf
  • Leisure with pool
    Leisure with pool
  • WiFi (Public Spaces)
    WiFi (Public Spaces)
  • Gym
    Gym
  • Activities
    Activities
  • Self Catering
    Self Catering

The Kenmore Club by Diamond Resorts is a selection of charming, well-appointed self catering cottages nestled within the beautiful Perthshire countryside and on the banks of Loch Tay. The club also boasts great onsite facilities include the Waterfront restaurant and a range of indoor/outdoor activties.

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Rooms & Facilities
Facilities: swipe to see more
  • Private Car Park
    Private Car Park
  • On Site Golf
    On Site Golf
  • Leisure with pool
    Leisure with pool
  • WiFi (Public Spaces)
    WiFi (Public Spaces)
  • Gym
    Gym
  • Activities
    Activities
  • Self Catering
    Self Catering

Number of Bedrooms: 58

Parking Spaces: 60

Steps into Hotel: 0

Check In Time: 4pm

Check Out Time: 10am

The Kenmore Club by Diamond Resorts in Kenmore near Aberfeldy offers the perfect home away from home, situated in one of the most picturesque Scottish villages, surrounded by the lush, green, rolling countryside. As you arrive at the resort, you will see traditional, charming European style exteriors scattered across the resort. As stunning as the exteriors are, there's even more beauty on the inside. The über modern design and décor you find behind these walls, is what may cause you to be taken aback. Nothing is wrong with being surprised about just how truly amazing the accommodations are at the Kenmore club.

The Kenmore Club's charming, cottage-style accommodations are available to sleep from one to six guests. The cottages feature a spacious bathroom, fully equipped kitchen and spacious living space with flat screen television and DVD player. Additional in-room amenities include heating, iron/ironing board and telephone.

Waterfront Restaurant located within the Kenmore Club Resort boasts large picture windows overlooking the stunning Loch Tay. Enjoy great tasting fresh ingredients including halibut from the island of Gigha, fresh haddock from Scrabster and succulent Scottish venison. Take a seat at the bar and enjoy a relaxing drink or relax in one of the comfy armchairs with a freshly brewed coffee and homemade shortbread. During summer, sit out on the stunning patio which is the perfect place to relax and unwind on lazy sunny afternoons or warm nights.

As well as a great range of onsite outdoor activities including mini golf/putting green, fishing and a children’s playground, the Kenmore Club also benefits from an indoor swimming pool, sauna and gym.

The Kenmore Club offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year. Book online today with My Hotel Break.

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Bedrooms

tick TV
tick Tea/Coffee
tick Cots Supplied
tick Fully Equipped Kitchen
tick Family Room for 5
tick Family Room for 3
tick Family Room for 4
tick Babysitting
tick Dry Cleaning and Laundry
tick DVD Player
tick Fridge

With a variety of double rooms and two bedroom options the Kenmore Club offers accommodation to suite your needs for either a relaxing or adventurous break in Perthshire.

Each apartment is fully furnished and features a spacious bathroom, fully equipped kitchen and spacious living space with flat screen television and DVD player. Additional in-room amenities include heating, iron/ironing board and telephone.

Full Kitchen
• Complimentary kitchen pack
• Crockery
• Dishes
• Dishwasher
• Fridge with freezer
• Glassware
• Hob
• Kettle
• Microwave
• Oven
• Refrigerator
• Toaster
• Washing machine/dryer

General Room Amenities
• Alarm Clock
• Heating
• iPod Docking Station
• Iron and Ironing Board
• King Bed
• Sofa Bed
• Telephone

Bathroom Amenities
• Complimentary Toiletries sets
• Hair Dryer
• Heated towel rail
• Shaver point
• Shower room
• Two complete bathrooms

Accommodation Entertainment
• DVD Player
• Stereo
• Television

Bar & Restaurant

tick Outdoor Dining Terrace

The Waterfront Restaurant is all about great tasting fresh ingredients and locally sourced produce is used as often as possible.

Enjoy a quiet lunch or snack in the airy modern restaurant with its large picture windows overlooking stunning Loch Tay or, during summer, sit out on the stunning patio which is the perfect place to relax and unwind on lazy sunny afternoons or warm nights.

There is a wide selection of wines, Scottish/European beer, and spirits available as well as an extensive selection of gin and malt whiskies.

Take a seat at the bar and enjoy a relaxing drink or relax in one of the comfy armchairs with a freshly brewed coffee and homemade shortbread.

Opening Times:
• Restaurant: Daily 11:00 – Late
Food service times:
• Breakfast rolls: 11:00 – 12:00
• Lunch: 12:00 – 15:00
• Snack: 12:00 – 16:00
• Dinner: 17:30 – 20:45

Sample Menu’s
Evening Menu
Light / Lunch Menu
Kids Menu

 

Leisure

tick Fitness Suite
tick Sauna
tick Indoor Heated Swimming Pool
tick Jacuzzi

The Kenmore Club Resort has great onsite facilities for guests use: (Fees apply – see here for details)

Take a dip in the swimming pool, work up a sweat in the fitness centre or in the sauna.

Other facilities include:
• Basketball
• Fishing
• Golf - Putting Green/Mini-Golf
• Mini Golf
• Playground
• Table Tennis/Ping Pong

Location & Directions

Directions to The Kenmore Club in Kenmore

Driving: From Edinburgh take the M90 towards Perth, then the A9 to Ballinluig and the A827 through Aberfeldy to Kenmore. Drive through the village and the resort is on your left. From Glasgow take the M80/M9 past Stirling to Junction 10. Then take the A84 / A85 to Callander and Killin. From Killin take the A827 to Kenmore. Please note: If travelling on the A822 from Crieff, please do not follow your sat nav if it directs you to turn left in the village of Amulree (signed for Glen Quaich). This road can be difficult to pass in icy conditions and it is possible to get stranded. Instead continue to the A826 signed for Aberfeldy then pick up the A827 to Kenmore. Once in Kenmore, the resort is first on the left over the bridge.

Alternate Directions: There are taxis available at a cost of around £100 from Glasgow and Edinburgh Airports. There are trains from both Airports to Pitlochry - train timetables are available at www.nationalrail.co.uk.

Taxis from Pitlochry are £30 to the resort.

Airports

Main Airport
Airport name: Edinburgh Airport
Directions to resort: From Edinburgh take the M90 towards Perth, then the A9 to Ballinluig and the A827 through Aberfeldy to Kenmore. Drive through the village and the resort is on your left. Please note: If travelling on the A822 from Crieff, please do not follow your sat nav if it directs you to turn left in the village of Amulree (signed for Glen Quaich). This road can be difficult to pass in icy conditions and it is possible to get stranded. Instead continue to the A826 signed for Aberfeldy then pick up the A827 to Kenmore. Once in Kenmore, the resort is first on the left over the bridge.

Taxi fare (one way): £130

Secondary Airport
Airport name: Glasgow Airport (Wokal Field)
Directions to resort: From Glasgow take the M80/M9 past Stirling to Junction 10. Then take the A84 / A85 to Callander and Killin. From Killin take the A827 to Kenmore. Please note: If travelling on the A822 from Crieff, please do not follow your sat nav if it directs you to turn left in the village of Amulree (signed for Glen Quaich). This road can be difficult to pass in icy conditions and it is possible to get stranded. Instead continue to the A826 signed for Aberfeldy then pick up the A827 to Kenmore. Once in Kenmore, the resort is first on the left over the bridge.

Taxi fare (one way): £130

Notice Board

Hotel Notice Board

All balconies at the resort are currently off limits to guests. Where possible, tables and chairs will be placed outside the apartments and along the shoreline of the loch. Work to repair and replace the balconies will take place from 1st of January until 30th of June 2019.

Security Deposit
A security deposit of £100 is required upon arrival. This deposit is fully refundable 14 days after check-out as long as there has been no damage to the property.

Things to See and Do
tick Walking
tick Horse Riding
tick Sailing
tick Cycling
tick Childrens Play Area
tick Whisky Tasting
tick Golf in Local Area
tick Wildlife Watching
tick Putting Green
tick Climbing
tick Canoeing
tick Table Tennis

The Kenmore Club resort is ideal situated for visiting the many wonderful small towns nearby such as Aberfeldy and Pitlochry as well as a vast array of attractions and outdoor activities

GOLF
Perthshire is not only home to the world famous Gleneagles, but also some of the finest inland golf courses in the world including the Rosemount Course at Blairgowrie, Aberfeldy, Pitlochry and Taymouth Castle Golf Club, set in the grounds of Taymouth Castle near Kenmore. 

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE
Some of the finest country pursuits and leisure activities can be found on the doorstep, ranging from high adventure to the extremely relaxing. As well as traditional pursuits such as horse trekking, cycling, walking, Highland Adventure Safari, falconry and country and field sports, Perthshire is one of Europe’s finest adventure playgrounds boasting an unrivalled range of outdoor experiences including river canyoning, white water rafting, clay shooting, zorbing & sphering, microlight flights and cliff jumping!

FISHING
The Kenmore Club is situated at the mouth of the River Tay, boasting 1½ miles of challenging salmon fishing for both novice and professional anglers alike on the famous Upper Tay.

ATTRACTIONS
Perthshire has a rich heritage of castles, churches, battlefields and historic sites. Places of interest within an easy drive of Kenmore along country roads with stunning views include Castle Menzies, Dewar’s World of Whisky, The Crannog Centre, Blair Castle, House of Bruar, Pitlochry Dam & Salmon Ladder, The Falls of Dochart, The Pass of Killiecrankie, Fortingall Yew, to name a few.

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