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We decided last minute we would try paddle boarding and water skiing and were asked on the phone do i know where they were, after a puncture on the way there they honestly couldnt be more helpful. They helped me contact someone to come and...More
We had a fantastic time. The group running the centre are lovely and so friendly. Top rate wet suits. Fantastic equipment. Highly recommended it. It's a hidden gem. 😊 we had 2 x 12 year olds with us who were well equipped for. Can't wait...More
Spent a day driving round Loch Tay and Loch Earn and were keen to get out on the water to paddleboard or kayak. Happened to pass a sign for the watersports centre and drove up to see if we could hire. The place was empty,...More
I won't give 1 star as I don't want to lower the score to much but we where holidaying locally a week ago and where looking forward to a day on the loch doing water sports. But we couldn't find this place at all. The...More
Visited here in August with my partner to try out stand up paddle boarding. For only £15 an hour this is an absolute bargain. We were shown how to stand up and adjust the paddle height on land before being let out onto the loch...More
Extremely disappointed with this visit. We have not been to the area for a few years and were upset to find the state of this "beauty spot".
At the top of the loch there used to be a lovely picnic area with wooden tables and...More
To be fair, I only visited the café without experiencing any of the watersport activities available so that my comments should only reflect my opinion of the café.
I entered at about 12.15pm for a lunchtime snack. The only person visible was a very young...More