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A comfortable ground-floor garden flat situated in an attractive Victorian house, Greenbank offers self-catering holiday accommodation which is centrally situated within the village of Killin close to all the local shops and amenities and the stunning Falls of Dochart.
Bed & Breakfast accommodation in comfortable rooms, all of which are en suite and well equipped with colour TV, DVD player (region 2), tea/coffee making facilities, radio alarm and hairdryer.
High Creagan is a caravan site situated about 2 miles east from the beautiful wee village of Killin on the A827. The site offers direct access to the Tarmachan at the back for all grades of walkers and a lovely view overlooking Loch Tay.
Bridge Park Cottage
Situated in Glen Lochay, just half a mile outside the village, it stands in the middle of a large sunny garden.
An out-of-the-way self catering cottage in a stunning location with uninterrupted views of Loch Tay and Ben Lawers and surrounded by the hills and mountains of Highland Perthshire.
A warm welcome, comfortable accommodation and quality homemade food. Enjoy a dram and relax in friendly company at our bar.
Killin Highland Lodges
Our ten Perthshire holiday cottages are situated on peaceful wooded hillside overlooking Killin Golf Course in Scotland and there are scenic views to the hills on the south side of Loch Tay.
A wooded wonderland, rich with abundant alpine wild flowers and a spectacular range of bird life, the caravan park is an ideal family holiday escape from the bustle of day to day life.
Killin Hotel has established its fine reputation on a friendly smile, relaxed service, great Scottish food and comfortable bedrooms. The Killin Hotel now offers 30 comfortably decorated bedrooms including the beautifully romantic Lochay four poster suite which overlooks the River Lochay toward the Tarmachan Ridge.
A self catering lodge on the banks of Loch Tay in Perthshire. It provides delightful two bedroom detached self-catering accommodation in the heart of Perthshire in the Scottish Highlands.