.I have visited Culdees at different times of the year ,summer for the sunsets and winter for the frosts and snow around the loch. This time I was on a company five day promotional tour and was positioning the promo vehicle for Eastern Scotland initially . After a meal I sat outside with John , the now manager , looking down on Loch Tay ,chatting ,sipping a red wine and watching the resident swallows and martins performing aerobatics around us , so unique . That sums up Culdees ,it is different . Ideal for walking ,photography or just relaxing and letting life pass by for a while,. the views are really stunning . Try and visit Fortingall and its church , and if you are reasonably fit plan a drive or walk around the hills and lochs behind the farmhouse . " Just do it ! "
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Culdees Bunkhouse, with stunning views over Loch Tay, offers a wide range of accommodation, from a bunkhouse hostel, to B&B style family rooms and a real home-from-home self-catering holiday cottage in the midst of the beautiful Perthshire Highlands of Scotland. ... more less