Hotels in Aberfeldy, Killin and Loch Tay

Falls of Dochart Inn, Killin
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Falls of Dochart Inn    Killin

Spectacularly located overlooking the Falls of Dochart at the entrance to the village of Killin. Single, Double, Twin and Family rooms. Single and three bedroom cottages. Open for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. On the Rob Roy Way so no need to trek through the village looking for your accommodation and back tracking next day. Live music every Saturday. Receive a complementary half pint of Real Ale after sumitting Ben Lawers (Sponsored by Fyne Ales). Bring us photographic proof and we will put you in our gallery.

The Inn on the Tay, Grandtully, near Aberfeldy
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The Inn on the Tay    Grandtully, near Aberfeldy

Nestled into the banks of the roaring River Tay.in the midst of the rolling hills with forests either side.lies the Inn on the Tay. A family friendly 6 bedroom hotel.with a 56 seat restaurant and cosy bar with log burning stove.overlooks the rushing frenzy of the Grandtully rapids outside. The bedrooms are all family sized.bright and contemporarily decorated with ensuites.The Inn on the Tay is a home away from home.where service with a smile comes naturally.

Ben Lawers Hotel, Loch Tay
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Ben Lawers Hotel    Loch Tay

Ben Lawers Hotel in Perthshire offers some of the most fantastic views and is situated in the heart of one of Scotlands most beautiful and accessible unspoilt areas. Places within a 15-minute drive of this 3-star Lawers accommodation include Breadalbane Folklore Centre and Falls of Dochart. Loch Tay.one of Scotland s more peaceful Lochs where you can visit old Lawers Village where the Lady of Lawers once lived or the Crannog Centre.

Killin Hotel, Killin
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Killin Hotel    Killin

Situated in a picturesque Highland village overlooking the beautiful Loch Tay and the surrounding countryside.this friendly.charming hotel offers quality service.great Scottish food and free Wi-Fi and parking.Built on the site of a 17th Century Inn.the Hotel is a central feature of the village and sits opposite the local bowling green and tennis courts. Each of the en-suite guestrooms are comfortable and inviting and include a range of great facilities. There are also 5 rooms located in an annex building directly next to the Hotel.

Moness House Hotel & Country Club, Aberfeldy

Moness House Hotel & Country Club    Aberfeldy

A traditional warm Scottish welcome awaits you at Moness House Hotel & 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.

Schiehallion Hotel, Aberfeldy
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Schiehallion Hotel    Aberfeldy

Schiehallion Hotel is a locally owned and managed hotel that offers a range of spacious en-suite rooms.which have been refurbished in keeping with four-star accommodation standards. We offer a lively bistro and bar atmosphere and easy access to local attractions.that makes us an ideal base in the Aberfeldy area. We are near transport options and two miles from Castle Menzies.The Schiehallion restaurant serves traditional.seasonal menu offering an excellent choice of meat.fish and vegetarian dishes using the best fresh local produce and a varied wine list.

The Courie Inn, Killin

The Courie Inn    Killin

The Courie Inn is nestled at the western end of Loch Tay.magnificently sited near the scenic Falls of Dochart. Accommodation at The Courie Inn is comfortable and welcoming.with beautiful views and delicious.thoughtfully sourced.cafe and pub dining for breakfast.lunch and dinner. We have a comfortable bar and a separate cafe area for day visitors.and comfortable rooms for tired travellers.

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