Welcome to Wester Lix, a peaceful retreat in the Scottish Highlands
Self catering cottage accommodation situated in Glen Dochart in the spectacular Perthshire Hills of Scotland in the Loch Lomond National Park and set in a rural location close to the village of Killin in Perthshire, also our home - Dave and Gill Hunt and our very own Wildgrass Studio incorporating fine art photography, training workshops ... and our printing and framing services.
"With perfect hosts, a cottage which is home from home what more could you ask"
Wester Lix is a small collection of cottages that was once Wester Lix Farm, and is an ideal location for a comfortable and peaceful retreat. We are also ideally placed for sight seeing and various outdoor activities.
Situated a few miles outside Killin which is near to Loch Tay in Perthshire, we are within easy reach of nearby villages and local amenities and less than 2 hours drive from Glasgow or Edinburgh.
"Fabulous accommodation and fabulous location. Recommend it to anyone"
We are so much more than simply a place to stay . . . go and have a look at our GALLERY :)
This now includes new slideshows of Wildgrass cottage inside and out and a walk around the immediate grounds,
plus views from the cottage - what you see is what you get.
And for day to day news of what is happening at Wester Lix we are on FACEBOOK
Current Late Availability - all we have left now until Saturday 17th November.
July Fully Booked
Thursday 9th August to Sunday 12th August (leaving on the Sunday)
Min three nights @ £110 per night.
Saturday 15th to Saturday 22nd September
We are then booked up to the 17th November 2018
Christmas and New Year have also been booked. And the main Easter week 2019
You can phone me on 01567 820990 or email on email@example.com to book.
This site was updated Saturday 7th July 2018
Still slightly cooler today - but still plenty of sun :) Weekend set to be hot!
Our Studio is open all week - phone 01567 820990 if you want to visit -
Below is a cheeky early evening visit from one of our Pine Martens
This, we think, is one of last year's young! The 'dad' is twice the size.
These images were taken through a window