Craggan is situated on the south bank of Loch Tay in the beautiful countryside of Perthshire. It is located on the single track road between Killin and Kenmore, adjacent to the hamlet of Ardeonaig, approximately 7 miles east of Killin.
The centre is available for use by Boys’ Brigade and outside groups of all ages with ready access to many facilities in the locality and is well suited for water activities, hill walking and group holidays.
Craggan was constructed in 1975 and extensively refurbished in 2006 with full disabled access including a lift.
The site Craggan sits on extends from the road way to the loch side commanding magnificent views on the three landward sides with a similar view to Loch Tay and the majestic Ben Lawers (1214 metres). There is also a landing jetty accessible from the sand/shingle beach.
The centre sleeps up to 29 people and is available to groups and individuals on a self catering basis. The main lounge/dining and kitchen area are located on the first floor. The kitchen is well equipped with a double oven cooker. Downstairs there are 4 staff rooms, 4 large bedrooms and a disabled room, as well as toilets and showers. The entrance hall can also be used as a drying room. There is a good supply of indoor games equipment.
An additional space is available for camping and the centre has its own canoes, safety boat and jetty for watersports. The centre can be booked for different length of stays and is ideal for Boys’ Brigade Camps and weekends. Bookings are made on a per head basis, with groups given exclusive use of the centre.
Craggan stands in an area steeped in history with ruins of castles, set in the ever changing scenery of Perthshire. If you are looking for activities, these can be provided by The Abernethy Trust at their nearby outdoor centre.