The Estate has two cottages the Bothy that will sleep up to six and Gardeners Cottage that will sleep up to eight for short-term self-catering holiday lets. They are situated in the heart of a working farm with spectacular views of the surrounding country side. Fishing on Loch Tay and the rivers Dochart and Lochy for salmon and trout is available in season
The cottages are adjacent to Kinnell House which is the former ancestral home of the Clan Macnab and just a five minute walk to Inchbuie Island the ancient burial ground of the Clan MacNab.
Kinnell Estate is at the head of Loch Tay and on the south side of Killin village. The property is secluded but a convenient half mile from the village. It is about 65 miles from Edinburgh and Glasgow. Perth, Oban and Stirling are within easy reach as is Fort William. Kinnell is a good location for touring Scotland as it is centrally placed. There are golf courses at Killin and Kenmore at either end of the Loch. Water sports can be had at Lochearnhead to the south, some 15 minutes drive. Water sports can be had at Lochearnhead to the south, some 15 minutes drive and also on Loch Tay.
The area is well known for its hill walks and mountain climbing. The nearest ski slopes are 33 miles away at Glen Coe. Fort William, Aviemore and Glenshee are within easy reach. There are also many places of historic interest and natural beauty to visit.