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County - Perthshire | Map
Tel code: 01567 | code search
Postcode: FK21 | code search
Population: 670
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The Falls Of Dochart Inn
"Fantastic location well run Inn full of character the rooms are lovely food well above average an absolute must real value for money

Date visited: 12 July 2009 ..." More

The Falls Of Dochart Inn
"Good Points: Nice view from the room. Staff friendly.Good breakfast with plenty of choice. Bad Points: Cold room and far too small for a family. Overated in terms of cost. ..." More

The Falls Of Dochart Inn
"Good Points: Setting is superb. The sound of rushing water is uplifting. The breakfasts are fresh, generous and to order.

Date visited: 2009-03-11 ..." More

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Killin is a historic and scenic village in Perth and Kinross, Scotland situated at the head of Loch Tay beneath the slopes of Ben Lawers, the highest mountain in Perthshire. Killin is on the Rob Roy Way a 79 mile walk from Drymen to Pitlochry. Killin became a burgh of barony in 1694 under the 1st Earl of Breadalbane. The multi-arched stone Bridge of Dochart provides excellent views of the dramatic Falls of Dochart, in the river stands the island of Inchbuie, the ancient burial ground of the clan Macnab complete with a prehistoric standing stone circle. Nearby the Breadalbane Folklore Centre houses eight healing stones of 8th century St. Fillan. Ruins of Finlarg Castle, a 16th century L-plan, once the stronghold of the Campbell’s are nearby although overgrown and unsafe. Moirlanich Longhouse, restored by National Trust for Scotland, dates from the 19th century it is a traditional cruck frame cottage and byre retaining original features it houses an exhibit of the history and restoration. Killin has a village hall, two churches, a variety of shops and accommodation; it is a popular site for tourists ideally located for walkers, climbers and golfers. The Loch offers a variety of water-sports and fishing.

Attraction

Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve
Breadalbane Folklore Centre
Moirlanich Longhouse

Camping

Cruachan Farm Camping & Caravan Park
Loch Tay Highland Lodges and Equestrian Centre

Caravan Park

Cruachan Farm Camping & Caravan Park
High Creagan Caravan Site

Cottage

Pinesmoke

Doctor

Killin Medical Practice

Golf Club

Killin
Killin Golf Club

Holiday Park

Killin Highland Lodges

Inn

The Falls Of Dochart Inn

Restaurant

Capercaillie
Shutters Restaurant

School

Killin Primary School

Taxi

Killin Kabs

Shops

Pride of Place
Corrie Crafts
Bridge End Mill

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Killin Outdoor Centre & Mountain Shop
The Wee Bakeshop
Killin Bakery & Carry Out
R MacGregor Ltd

Antiques

Maureen H Gauld

Activities

Abernethy Ardeonaig(Water Sports)
Legend Sailing(Water Sports)

Places to Stay near Killin

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Coach House Hotel (0.33 miles)

Coach House Hotel

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Surrounded by high mountains, with stunning views across the River Lochay towards Loch Tay, a warm and friendly welcome awaits you at this hotel, with a lively traditional lounge bar. Situated in ... More

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The Falls Of Dochart Inn (0.44 miles)

The Falls Of Dochart Inn

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A boutique inn experience at the heart of Scotland: the location overlooks the spectacular Falls of Dochart, so you will never forget your stay at this family-run inn. Amid the breathtaking Loch ... More

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The Bridge Of Lochay Hotel (0.70 miles)

The Bridge Of Lochay Hotel

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Built in 1765, the Bridge of Lochay Hotel is a charming combination of traditional Scottish hospitality and modern comfort. It is a family run, warm, friendly ... More

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Ardeonaig Hotel (4.61 miles)

Ardeonaig Hotel
Ardeonaig Hotel on the South shore of Loch Tay offers friendly, efficient and yet relaxed, professional service with many extra comforts.

Set within 10 acres of private gardens and borderd by Finglen Burn, ... More | visit website
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Tigh Na Crich (5.83 miles)

Tigh Na Crich

Tigh Na Crich is a large traditionally built white stone house, dating from the mid 1800's. Situated in the small village of Lochearnhead, on the A84, Tigh na Crich is set at the foot ... More | visit website

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Clachan Cottage Hotel (5.96 miles)

Clachan Cottage Hotel
Welcome to Clachan Cottage Hotel, in the village of Lochearnhead, on the shores of Lochearn., close to Callander in the stunning area of the Scottish Highlands.

The Hotel with its lochside position beside ... More | visit website
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Luib Hotel (6.14 miles)

Luib Hotel
The Luib Hotel is an ideal place to stay with its backdrop of magnificent mountain scenery, the abundance of outdoor activities, the comforts of home-cooked food and Sunday lunches, not to mention comfortable guest rooms ... More | visit website
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Kings House Hotel (7.53 miles)

Kings House Hotel

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The Kings House Hotel is a family run accommodation establishment. The Kings House Hotel was built on the site of a Royal Hunting Lodge of the Stewart Kings and used by ... More

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Ben Lawers Hotel (7.63 miles)

Ben Lawers Hotel

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With some of the most fantastic views and situated in the heart of one of Scotlands most beautiful and accessable unspoilt areas where we can boast on our doorstep the ... More

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Four Seasons Hotel (9.06 miles)

Four Seasons Hotel
The Four Seasons Hotel is situated in a picturesque setting on the banks of the Loch Earn. The natural beauty of this location is the first delight of every visitor to St. Fillans, and the ... More | visit website

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