The second stage of the Taymouth Marina development has been complete. The £15 million redevelopment that has been planned for the area will see a range of accommodation and facilities created to make the most of the spectacular location on the banks of the Loch Tay, nestled in rural Perthshire.
The total development will see the creation of a 40-bedroom hotel as well as an activities centre. Stage 2 of the development has seen the delivery of 5 new luxury shore side self-catering houses. The properties were designed by the award-winning architects’ firm, McKenzie Strickland Associates. This phase of the project has cost £1,425,000, with the 5 luxury self-catering properties in highly sought after locations on the resort.
The new properties are thought to be the perfect holiday home to offer an escape from the busy city, or could be purchased as an investment, with the intention of letting it out. The properties will be fully managed by Taymouth Marina, meaning that the properties could be an ideal investment.
The Taymouth Marina resort in Perthshire already offers a wide range of facilities including the first award-winning Lochside sauna to be located in Scotland as well as a wide range of watersports to and necessary facilities, and the Crannog Centre meaning that the resort offers something for everyone. The planned activities centre is expected to offer a range of other activities in order to support their watersports offering.
The idyllic and award winning resort at Kenmore near Aberfeldy is also well known for being the first location in Scotland to offer teetotal stag and hen dos. The development is an exciting time for those working at the Taymouth, and it is great to see such progress being made. With the successful delivery of the second stage, hopefully the momentum and success will continue and lead to a successful delivery of all of the work planned for the resort.