In Kenmore, apartment rentals are the most common property type. The average nightly price of apartment rentals in Kenmore is £198, and the average size is 65 m². Moreover, apartment rentals tend to be perfect for medium-sized groups and families, since most can welcome 4 holidaymakers. If you're interested in an alternative holiday property type, you may want to consider house rentals, which are the other most typical property type in Kenmore. The average size of house rentals in Kenmore is 115 m², and the average price is £266 per night.
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Amenity filters are available so you can personalise your search for a beautiful holiday letting in Kenmore. Most of the holiday rentals in Kenmore include TVs or internet, which makes it a great holiday spot if you never miss an episode of your favourite show or you can't imagine a holiday without internet. Fewer holiday homes in Kenmore are available if you love to grill out or you want a letting with a fireplace, as barbecues and fireplaces are not often available in Kenmore.
Experience Highland Perthshire at a Kenmore holiday cottage
Situated in Highland Perthshire, at the eastern point of Loch Tay, the pretty village of Kenmore is a great place to base yourself to explore the best this area has to offer. Stay at Kenmore accommodations and enjoy waking up to a view over Loch Tay every morning.
Have a wee dram
The nearby town of Aberfeldy, only a few minutes' drive from Kenmore, is also home to Dewar's Distillery. Open to visitors, the distillery offers tours teaching how its popular whisky is made. Make sure to sample a wee dram for yourself at the end of the visit to discover what the fuss is about.
Family fun in Kenmore
If the weather's suitable, you can partake in a swim in Loch Tay, or send your teenagers to enjoy some high-adrenaline activities such as white water rafting and kayaking on the River Tay. Have a great family day out at the Scottish Crannog Centre, which includes a reproduction of a typical prehistoric dwelling in this area – a structure sitting on stilts on the lake.
Alternatively, Birks Cinema in nearby Aberfeldy is the ideal rainy-day activity. This renovated Art Deco building shows the latest films and houses a cosy café.
Explore around the village
One of the area's most popular hikes is through the Birks of Aberfeldy, a stunning area named after the poem by Robert Burns. From Aberfeldy, cross the River Tay over historic Wade's Bridge to make your way to Castle Menzies, a restored 16th-century castle with a fascinating history.
Take a drive into the hills of Highland Perthshire, and enjoy the spectacular vista from the Queen's View, named after Queen Victoria after she visited the area in 1866.
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