Killin

Killin is a small village at the south-western end of Loch Tay, with the Falls of Dochart on one side of the settlement and FInlarig Castle the other, and all surrounded by beautiful hilly country... Read More

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Hotels in Killin - 6 places to stay

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The Falls Of Dochart Inn

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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Coach House Hotel

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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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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Achray House Hotel & Lodges (9.35 miles)

Achray House Hotel & Lodges
Whether you want action packed activity, or just to relax and unwind, the Achray House Hotel and Lodges are ideal for a break away from the stresses and strains of modern life. With a choice ... More | visit website
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The Drummond Hotel (9.35 miles)

The Drummond Hotel

The Drummond Hotel a charming, traditional and comfortable Victorian Hotel built in 1817, full of character and situated in Scotland's First National Park. The Drummond Hotel has probably the best location in Scotland, nestling on ... More | visit website

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Creagan House Restaurant with Accommodation (9.44 miles)

Creagan House Restaurant with Accommodation
Creagan House is a perfect little gem of comfort surrounded by beautiful Highland scenery. Dating from the 17th century, the original farmhouse has been sympathetically restored and upgraded to provide a Baronial Dining Hall ... More | visit website

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