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Coach House Hotel
Lochay Road
Killin
Perthshire

FK21 8TN | View map

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Surrounded by high mountains, with stunning views across the River Lochay towards Loch Tay, a warm and friendly welcome awaits you at this hotel, with a lively traditional lounge bar. Situated in Killin, one of the most attractive villages in Perthshire, you’ll have good access to the Highlands and islands, whilst remaining only 7 miles (11 km) from central Scotland. Close to the village’s beautiful Falls of Dochart, this area of beautiful countryside is ideal for walking, fishing and golfing.

The lounge bar is a centre of activity, with good home-cooked food and a good selection of real ales, fine wines and malt whiskies. A popular venue for live music (from April until October), you can be sure of an entertaining end to a day’s exploring the fantastic local scenery.
The Coach House Hotel is strictly non-smoking; with great views, feature beds, drying facilities, free hotel parking and Wi-Fi internet access.
The lounge bar offers a log-burning stove for those cold winter nights, as well as a pool table and plenty of board games. Weekly live music by local artists always proves popular.
For those who might prefer to relax in quieter surroundings, the residents’ lounge offers a selection of books and games, along with TV, DVD and an open fire. There is an outdoor seating area for smokers, as well as those who prefer to eat al fresco.

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