The Bridge of Lochay Hotel, owned and run by Amanda Clark and Bob Stevenson with their team of friendly staff, aims to offer the very best Scottish welcome and hospitality. Situated on the banks of the River Lochay, it is perfectly located to relax in one of Scotland's most picturesque areas. Overlooking Killin Golf Club, the Hotel is less than a mile from the spectacular Falls of Dochart and within walking distance of the head of Loch Tay.
Offering en-suite rooms with mountain views and free wifi, friendly bars, excellent restaurant, the hotel is the perfect choice for your fishing, cycling, walking or sight-seeing break.
Now locally owned and run, after an extensive renovation programme we are delighted to open the doors of the Schiehallion Hotel and extend a warm welcome to our guests. Our 11 bedrooms are a selection of spacious ensuite twin and double rooms with deluxe and family suites and have been sumptuously decorated to a 4 - star standard. All of the rooms are ensuite with large walk-in showers and include flat screen television, tea and coffee making facilities, Free WiFi...
Situated on the banks of the River Lochay where it joins Loch Tay, perfect for relaxing, sightseeing, fishing, walking, golf and with bowling green, tennis courts, putting green and park directly opposite.Recent upgrades. Fantastic local fresh food.Free Wi-Fi in lounge area.
A traditional warm Scottish welcome awaits you at Moness House Hotel and Country Club.Set in 35 acres of picturesque countryside, in the heart of Highland Perthshire, the resort provides an ideal base from which to explore the surrounding area.The resort consists of a delightful hotel which has recently undergone a full refurbishment and now consists of a selection of 26 luxurious rooms, made up of family suites, romantic doubles, twins and single occupancy rooms providing something to suit everyone.
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 Lawers mountain range with its 5 Munros and rare alpine plants, Loch Tay, one of Scotlands more peaceful Lochs where you can visit old Lawers Village where the Lady of Lawers once lived or the Crannog Centre.
Scotland's Oldest Inn (1572) rests at the mouth of the River Tay in the conservation village of Kenmore. Poet's Bar hosts a poem by Rabbie Burns on the chimmey breast and our Restaurant and Public Bar offer panoramic view of the surrounding countryside.Rooms may be in our lodge which is situated across the Village Square from the main hotel building.
The Inn on the Tay is a beautifully refurbished family-friendly 6-bedroom hotel nestled into the banks of the roaring River Tay at the rapids at Grandtully, in the midst of the stunning Perthshire countryside.The Inn on the Tay has 6 beautifully presented, contemporary bedrooms, most with river views, and all with ensuite facilities. Our rooms are spacious and family sized, each able to accommodate 2 adults and 2 children if required.