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About Beech Hedge
The Beech Hedge Lodges is set in the idyllic countryside of Perthshire. It is an ideal hot tub hideaway for those looking for peace and tranquillity, without having to travel too far. The bustling city of Perth is just 10 minutes’ drive from the hideaway.
With the awe-inspiring views of the Grampian Mountains and meandering Rivers Tay and Isla, expect nothing but the best holiday experience here.
The hot tub lodges in the park are supremely located for those looking to explore the entire breadth of Perthshire. The lodges are constructed using real wooden logs.
What To Expect
- Outdoor hot tub
- Freeview TV/DVD
- Duvets and bed linens
- Kitchen with a microwave
- Beds are made before your arrival
- Cots & high chairs at extra cost
- No smoking
- Gas and electricity inclusive
- Pets allowed
Beech Hedge Facilities:
Beech Hedge has 2 categories of accommodations namely – caravans and log lodges. Of the latter, only the Bracken Log Lodge have hot tubs. It features 1 double bedroom and 1 twin bedroom. It can sleep up to 4 people.
Guests are well advised to come with their cookbooks. The Beech Hedge is a self-catering facility that offers traditional cooking facilities, a microwave and fridge. You will enjoy open plan dining.
Things to Do and Places to Visit
Being located in a rural setup, you can engage in outdoor activities such as hiking, bird’s watching, cycling, and photography. However, if you really want to enjoy staying at Beech Hedge, we advise you venture out further – especially to the city of Perth. Listed below are attractions within a 15 miles radius from park.
- Stanley Mills – Do you want to know how life was like in the 18th century? Perhaps you should start with the interactive displays at this old cotton mill. The grounds at the mill are also ideal for picnics.
- The Black Watch Castle and Museum – This is a military museum housed in a castle. On display include; military uniforms, medals, paintings and equipment. There is a 300-year history hidden within the walls of these museum.
- Huntingtower Castle – The medieval grounds of this castle, its painted high ceilings and carvings are an interesting way to teach the little ones some history. And the castle is haunted…see whether you can catch the ghosts unawares.
- Fair Maids House – The planetary information secured here is amazing. Learn about planet earth, other planets and the space. It is also home to the oldest rock in Scotland.
- Perth Museum and Art Gallery – This boasts the tag of being the ‘oldest museum’ in the UK. It is home to priceless archaeological items and art collections.
- The Perth Treasure Hunt Trail – How about turning into a pirate, and solving clues towards discovering a fictional treasure? Your family will have fun trying to figure this out.
- Perth Leisure Pool – With 5 indoor swimming pools, poolside whirlwinds, bubble beds, 2 flumes and an outdoors lagoon; this facility will give you more than your fair share of water fun.
- Other attractions – You may also want to lookout for attractions such as Dewars Centre, Noahs Ark Golf Centre, Noahs Ark, Elcho Castle, Combat City, Cineworld Cinema and Camperdown Country Park.