The Kenmore Club

Loch Tay, Scotland

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Loch Tay, Scotland


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    By anylex Updated Mar 14, 2005

    Kenmore is probably the best sited timeshare resort in Scotland, up in Perthshire.

    The resort is fairly small, although it has been extended lately, and the lesiure facilities are adequate but not extensive. But the site is stunning, and Kenmore village is only five minutes walk away.

    We have stayed four or five times, and are going again in October 03, and it's the sort of place where you do not even mind doing what you have done before: there is a superb 3 hour walk along to Taymouth Castle (a golf club, and big Castle) and along the banks of the River Tay.

    Plenty of interesting Castles and mountain walks and watersports at hand, and a good base to explore other parts of Scotland, although frankly there is quite enough to do within a few miles radius.

    We originally had a week here in October, upgraded it to an August peak week, and then converted to Grand Vacation Club points, which has worked well for us although I know it is not universally popular. This year we have had 22 nights family accommodation for seven nights worth of maintenance fee.

    A car is necessary - we tried it once without by using the train to Pitlochry, but buses only go to Aberfeldy, and from then on you are limited to the school bus (available to others, but does not run in school holidays) and the small postbus that collects the letters.

    By the way, the reason there are no units for sale or rent is that most owners want to make use of them themselves!

    Alex N.

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