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Tel code: 01882 | code search
Postcode: PH16 | code search
Population: 300
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Kinloch Rannoch is a small remote village in Perth and Kinross, Scotland, 20 miles west of Pitlochry and 20 miles north-west of Aberfeldy. It is situated at the east end of Loch Rannoch. The road heading west comes to a dead end at Rannoch station on the edge of the vast expanse of Rannoch Moor and over to the hills above Glencoe. To the south are Rannoch Forrest and the Blackwood of Rannoch. The whole area is tranquil and picturesque with spectacular views of Schiehallion to the north. The village is steeped in history and was already an established settlement by the arrival of missionary St Blane c500AD. Kinloch Rannoch was a central base during the Jacobite uprising, the soldiers were based at Rannoch Barracks and the area suffered badly as a result. The village has two churches and offers a range of services, amenities and shops. An obelisk stands in the centre of the village commemorating Dugald Buchanan a Gaelic poet. To the east the Hydro-electric Reservoir sits between Loch Rannoch and Loch Tummel. Kinloch Rannoch is a popular tourist resort ideal for fishing, walking and a variety of outdoor pursuits, there various holiday accommodation including two large hotels.


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Dunalastair Hotel (0.34 miles)

Dunalastair Hotel

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' A very special hotel in a beautiful setting. We'll be back' Mary Wallace, Auckland, NZ

Mary is just one of our countless guests from all over the world who have ... More | visit website

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Loch Rannoch Hotel (0.68 miles)

Loch Rannoch Hotel

This former Victorian shooting lodge is situated deep in the Perthshire Highlands overlooking Loch Rannoch with views of the spectacular mountain of Schiehallion. The 45 bedrooms are well-appointed, many with spectacular views and these are ... More | visit website

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Fortingall Hotel (8.49 miles)

Fortingall Hotel
An award winning Highland House Hotel. Located amongst some of the most beautiful countryside in the Highlands of Scotland. Fortingall Hotel is a haven of peace and elegance. The building itself dates back to the ... More | visit website
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Coshieville House (9.02 miles)

Coshieville House
Coshieville House is a 300-year-old former inn, which boasts tons of character and history. Nestling in the shadow of Schiehallion, one of Scotland's finest Munro's, yet easily accessible. We offer a comfortable stay in stunning rural ... More | visit website
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Loch Tummel Inn (9.41 miles)

Loch Tummel Inn

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Take a nostalgic trip back in time. Visit this magical little scottish country inn in the very heart of Highland Perthshire. Recommended in Alastair Sawday’s ‘Special Places to Stay’ – ... More

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Mains of Taymouth Cottages (10.20 miles)

Mains of Taymouth Cottages
7 Luxury Self Catering Cottages in magnificent Highland Perthshire.
Listed No 1 'Top Ten Holiday Cottage Complexes in Britain', Sunday Times February 2004.

Prices range from £300 - £1500 per week.
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The Kenmore Club (10.47 miles)

The Kenmore Club
The Kenmore Club is the home away from home you've always longed for. Situated in this most picturesque of Scottish villages - street lighting is somewhat frowned upon here as they prefer the light of the ... More | visit website
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Loch Tay Lodges (10.66 miles)

Loch Tay Lodges
Enjoy the tranquility, the grandeur and the beauty of Highland Perthshire from the comfort of a traditional stone building. Located in the heart of Scotland in a farming community, seven miles west of Aberfeldy. ... More | visit website
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The Steading (10.96 miles)

The Steading
Enjoy peace and tranquility in this contemporary home designed by an award winning architect. Nestled in stunning scenery behind a hamlet of thatched cottages, the Steading offers an ideal location to unwind and relax. Enjoy ... More | visit website
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Ben Lawers Hotel (11.68 miles)

Ben Lawers Hotel

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With some of the most fantastic views and situated in the heart of one of Scotlands most beautiful and accessable unspoilt areas where we can boast on our doorstep the ... More

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