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County - Perthshire | Map
Tel code: 01838 | code search
Postcode: FK20 | code search
Population: 190
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Portnellan Highland Lodges
"Being impressed by the attractive description and beautiful location of this very near by getaway, my partner & I seized the opportunity to visit this incredible & visually stunning location ..." More

Ben More Lodge Hotel & Restaurant
"Very friendly people but that is the only positive thing I can say I'm afraid, as the cabin although cosy was filthy, carpet covered in dog hair, cups that were ..." More

Tyndrum Lodge
"Good Points: Good Value Evening Meal (special)The Staff were welcoming and pleasent. Bad Points: Poor quality serve yourself breakfast which was barely warm, although it did have good variety. A light ..." More

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The small historic village of Crianlarich, lies in the glen of StrathFillan, half way along the famous footpath the West Highland Way. Crianlarich once belonged to the county of Perth and Kinross it is now associated with Stirling district. It is situated on the line dividing Oban and Fort William and is known locally as the ‘Gateway to the Highlands’ as it looks up to the mountainous skyline of the western extent of the Trossachs. Ben More; Stob Binnein and Cruach Ardrain are a few of the several Munro peaks that shadow the village. The name Crianlarich translates from Gaelic to mean ‘Low Pass’. To the west stands the ruins of St. Fillans Priory, a Celtic foundation associated with St. Adaman. East of Crianlarich on an island in Loch Dochert stands the ruins of a castle built in 17th century by Duncan Campbell, soon destroyed by the Macnabs. Since medieval times Crianlarich has been used as a crossroads for north and westbound journeys. The West Highland Line railway junction and an un-manned railway station are located here. The picturesque village with its panoramic scenery has hostel accommodation, a hotel, it is famed for its tea-room, is a popular tourist resort, particularly with hill-walkers.

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The Crianlarich Hotel (0.02 miles)

The Crianlarich Hotel

The Crianlarich Hotel is at the junction of the A82 and A85, convenient to Loch Lomond, Oban and Fort William yet little more than an hour's drive from Glasgow or Edinburgh. It is also at the ... More | visit website

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Inverardran house (1.83 miles)

Inverardran house
Ben challum cottage offers that little bit more independence than bed and breakfast this unit sleeps up to four people in two rooms one double room and a bunk bedded room. A recent conversion of ... More | visit website
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Ben More Lodge Hotel & Restaurant (1.83 miles)

Ben More Lodge Hotel & Restaurant

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Set near the foot of one of Scotland's largest peaks, Ben More Lodge Hotel offers modern facilities in a refreshing Highland environment.
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Tyndrum Lodge (4.60 miles)

Tyndrum Lodge

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This family-run hotel is situated amongst of some of the most stunning scenery in the UK, on the edge of one of the best hill walking areas in the Highlands. Ideally located ... More

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Luib Hotel (6.66 miles)

Luib Hotel
The Luib Hotel is an ideal place to stay with its backdrop of magnificent mountain scenery, the abundance of outdoor activities, the comforts of home-cooked food and Sunday lunches, not to mention comfortable guest rooms ... More | visit website
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Ardlui Hotel (7.28 miles)

Ardlui Hotel
The Ardlui Hotel, Loch Lomond lies in the ancient heart of Scotland among the breathtaking scenery of The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, the oldest and most spectacular of the country’s national parks. The ... More | visit website
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Bridge of Orchy Hotel (10.30 miles)

Bridge of Orchy Hotel

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The Bridge of Orchy hotel sits on the A82 which is the main route to the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. The train station which is only minutes walk from the ... More

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Kings House Hotel (11.98 miles)

Kings House Hotel

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The Kings House Hotel is a family run accommodation establishment. The Kings House Hotel was built on the site of a Royal Hunting Lodge of the Stewart Kings and used by ... More

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Creagan House Restaurant with Accommodation (12.06 miles)

Creagan House Restaurant with Accommodation
Creagan House is a perfect little gem of comfort surrounded by beautiful Highland scenery. Dating from the 17th century, the original farmhouse has been sympathetically restored and upgraded to provide a Baronial Dining Hall ... More | visit website
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Munro Inn (12.10 miles)

Munro Inn

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Munro Inn is in Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, next to Rob Roy Way. The comfy inn serves home-cooked food, has free Wi-Fi, and is an ideal base for walkers. The traditional, ... More

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