The cottages situated as they are in the North East corner of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park are a great place to be based to enjoy the many things to do and see in the surrounding area. We have outlined a few below, but there is much much more to see and do.
The Falls of Dochart
are one of
Scotlandís most famous natural land
marks, as the river Dochart flows towards
Loch Tay it tumbles and cascades over a
series of scattered rocks in the heart
of the village, below the falls is Ainchbuidh, the burial island of the
There are many local walks including the
Rob Roy Way, also note there is fishing
available on the estate.
The village of Killin has a wide variety of shops including The Bridge End Mill, which stocks a vast selection of Scottish Souvenirs and general gifts. A bank, cash point, good quality restaurants and tea rooms, taxi services, garage and recovery service.
Lawers National Nature Reserve
Lawers National Nature Reserve,
a range of mountains, connecting ridges, cliffs
and lochans, home to the most celebrated
collection of mountain plants in Britain
a popular pursuit here, from gentle rides that
suit the whole family to the more strenuous
routes for the experienced for e.g. the
Cycle Route 7 on the new Sustrans Cycle route
from Glasgow to Inverness passing through Killin
available on the main Street
When you drive along Loch Tay from Killin in
Perthshire you are sure to see a
Crannog on the
Loch. Crannogs are ancient loch-dwellings found
throughout Scotland dating from 5,000 years ago.
Crannogs were built on the loch to give extra
protection to the families who lived in them.
Why not visit the Loch Tay Crannog Centre to
discover how and why these ancient people built
their homes in the water?
Based near Aberfeldy in the heart of Scotland in
Highland Adventure Safaris
offer award winning Land Rover Safaris and are a
unique and exciting way to experience the
freedom challenge and exhilaration of this
scenic and fascinating environment
Dewars World of
Dewars World of Whisky is found on the outskirts
of the town of Aberfeldy - a short distance from
Killin. At the distillery you can take a guided
tour and learn more about the art of how whisky
is produced today, and how it was made in the