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The Drummond Hotel
St Filans

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The Drummond Hotel a charming, traditional and comfortable Victorian Hotel built in 1817, full of character and situated in Scotland's First National Park. The Drummond Hotel has probably the best location in Scotland, nestling on the peaceful shores of Loch Earn, with spectacular views of the surrounding Forests, Mountains and Glens.

You can just relax and wind down, or enjoy any of the huge range of activities available. Golfing at the St. Fillans course, only 500 yards away, or any of the other 26 courses which are within an hours drive. Trout fishing in the Loch, either from the Shore or a fishing boat - available to hire nearby - it's an Angler's paradise, regularly stocked and idyllic surroundings. Mountain Biking amidst stunning scenery, Walking in the Glentarken Woods, or on the meandering Riverside paths, even climbing the nearby Munro.

The hotel is privately owned and has a relaxed atmosphere. You can dine with full view of the loch or sample our locally sourced real Ales with the sound of Loch Earn lapping at your feet. For nature enthusiasts you will quite often see a deer, wild goat or birds of prey such as Osprey and Buzzards.

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