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Local attractions, places to visit, activities etc.

On this page: Killin | Walking | Fishing | Golf | Other Activities | Local Events & History | Photo Gallery | Useful Sites


Select for a larger view of the Falls of Dochart
The Falls of Dochart, Killin

Killin is perhaps most famous for the Falls of Dochart which rush right through the village, but there are also many other beautiful places to see within easy reach. The village is right in the very heart of Scotland, surrounded by high mountains and stunning scenery, and an ideal location for touring, and for walking, fishing, golfing and many other countryside activities.

Walking & Munros in Central Scotland

Loch Tay, Perthshire
A view of Loch Tay

Walking is one of the main activities around Killin. Within a few minutes walk of the hotel you can choose from loch-side rambles to challenging walks like Ben Lawers, one of the many Munros in the area at 3984 feet. Our en-suite bedrooms offer warm, comfortable accommodation, ideal if you're on a walking or fishing holiday!

A view of the hotel's jetty
A view of the Hotel's jetty

Fishing for salmon and trout in Scotland

...need we say more?

For Golfing Holidays in Scotland

Killin Golf Course is just a few minutes walk from the hotel and offers a challenging par 66 course.

Other Activities

If walking, golf or fishing are not to your liking, other activities include:

Hire of equipment for all of the above is available locally.

Local Events/Local History

The Highland Games in Killin, Perthshire
The Highland Games in Killin

During the summer, Killin has much to offer, including an Agricultural Show and Highland Games (one day only, in August), plus many other independent activities.

Amongst the many historic places to visit is Finlarig Castle, built in 1609 and former seat of the Campbells. The castle has a beheading pit where The Maiden - a guillotine - was used.

The area is steeped in history: at Balquhidder, Rob Roy spent his last days; at the Pass of Killiecrankie the English were defeated by the Jacobites under Bonnie Dundee in 1689; the Highland Folk Museum at Kingussie has a Hebridean blackhouse, water-powered clack mill and lots more to see.

Views around Killin and the area

Useful Websites

Hillwalking in Scotland - Connery's Scottish Walks
"Hillwalking throughout Scotland, the Connery way. From the Cairngorm Mountains to Isle of Arran, from Pitlochry to Loch Lomond, from Greenock to the Trossachs from Lochs to Glens."

Glasgow Airport Millennium Taxis
"Taxi travel transportation service for domestic & international travellers to all Scottish destinations, including journeys to & from Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness, Perth, Dundee, Prestwick, Stirling & Ayrshire."

Cycling tours. " Our biking vacations will allow you to tour each region , experience culture , history , great scenery and local food."


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