Culdees Bunkhouse

Review: "Culdees Bunkhouse is the perfect place for an affordable get away into nature, with extremely helpful staff. It has breath taking views which I enjoyed thoroughly through out my stay" by Natalja from Utrecht, the Netherlands

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    Surrounding Area
    Culdees Bunkhouse is the perfect base for you to enjoy great days out in the Highlands of           Perthshire.  You can find 12 Munros nearby and various amazing cycling tours in the area.             In the next village is one of the oldest living trees in the world.  There are choices for water        sports such as sailing and rafting and many other attractions.

Walk HighlandsPlenty of walks to choose from nearby.
Hiking Munros A munro is a mountain in Scotland with a height of over 3,000ft (or 914.4m); there are 12 munros nearby, so get your boots on!
Legend Sailing Centre Go out on the loch, canoe, kayak, or enjoy one of the many other outdoor activies they offer such as archery.
White Water Rafting Go white-water rafting with "Splash", or alternatively they offer activities such as abseiling, quad bikes, and bridge swinging too.
Nae Limits Outdoor adventures - experience "The Art of Adventure".
Scottish Crannog Centre Visit a reconstuction of a crannog - an ancient loch dwelling, built out in the water as a defence.
Standing Stone Circles Scotland holds many ancient standing stone monuments, many of which can be found within Perthshire.
Aberfeldy Whisky Distillery Take a tour of the world-famous Dewars scotch whisky distillery and learn more about how its made.
Birks of Aberfeldy This is a popular circular walk, crossing where it is acclaimed Robert Burns wrote the famous song The Birks of Aberfeldy.
Falls of Acharn Enjoy a walk to the Acharn waterfalls and Hermit's Cave; continuing you reach spectacular views of Loch Tay.
Yew of Fortingall  The yew tree in Fortingall is believed to be 5,000 years old, possibly the oldest living thing on earth.
Loch Tay Pottery A local Potter creates beautiful ceramics nearby, in Fearnan.
Kenmore & district Breadalbane local community
Killin ... where the mountains meet the loch
Local Weather Latest from the Mountain Weather Information Service.

    At Culdees
    For a fun filled evening overlooking Loch Tay, our barn can be rented out for bonfires or bbq's     and can fit up to a hundred people, which makes it an ideal location for family anniversaries as     well. Also available is the facility for meetings and small conferences (up to 20 people), which     can also be utilized for yoga and meditation groups.

    Culdees is also home to its Culdees Ecovillage project, home to members, long term stayers         and volunteers. Therefore on the grounds there is a wood workshop, a vegetable garden and     various animals such as pigs, goats, chickens and ducks. More information can be found on the     website: