Very nice lodges - didn't stay in the Elcho as planned as they were working in it but was given a two bedroom lodge instead. Very comfortable and well equipped. Coin meter for electricity set at a fair price so very reasonable. Great location. Well kept grounds. Owners Mary and John very friendly and helpful. Would definitely visit again and highly recommend.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in the lodge. It had everything we required and the owners were extremely friendly and very accommodating. We will definitely be back.
Had a lovely family time at these two lodges. Very comfortable, warm and clean. We enjoyed the added touch of the nox of shortbread and cinnamon candle to welcome us. Lovely situation and our views from our lounge window of the river and surrounding countryside was an added bonus. A firework display was put on to see in the Nee Year which we all enjoyed and just as good as any we have seen. A short walk takes you into the village of Bridge of Earn and there is very well stocked co-op outside the the site. Will hopefully be able to visit them again. As an add on we would recommend a vis...more
I have stayed regularly at the River Edge Lodges since 2005 when my kids were young. This year I have had several short breaks there whilst meeting up with family who live locally. On my most recent visit, as ever, I received a warm welcome from John and Mary who did their upmost to make sure I had an enjoyable stay. I would highly recommend the Lodges as a great place for a family holiday.
This is at least the 4 th time we have stayed at the lodges and have never been disappointed. The lodge is always clean and welcoming when we arrive and the local facilities are good with plenty to do even in the winter .
I have no hesitation in recommending River Edge Lodges to anyone wanting a break away from home in Scotland. John and Mary who own the site keep the site and the lodges very well and both are spotlessly clean and tidy. The site is located close to the M90, so is well placed for many attractions and places to visit and is a good base. Bridge of Earn is a lovely village, and there is a very good chip shop/Chinese, a co op and a farm shop. There is a nice riverside walk from the site and there is a play area and green which is ideal for children to play on and also for picnics. All lodges have ...more