Falls of Dochart Inn

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Our Café

Snuggle Up With a Cuppa

Come along to our tearoom, where you can snuggle into an armchair by the fire, and treat yourself to devilishly delicious home baking. Illy coffee is served, a range of delicious teas and for those of you with a sweet tooth, some hot chocolate.

Devilishly Delicious

home baking

Accommodation

At Falls of Dochart Inn you can choose to stay in either our hotel or one of our two cottages. Our hotel offers beautiful rooms, some of which overlook the Falls of Dochart. Our cottages offer cosy accommodation within the gardens of the hotel.

Things To Do

Being in such a prime Scottish location there are lots of things to see and do. Killin is surrounded by stunning countryside and rolling hills. From fishing, cycling, walking, golf and much more you are spoilt for choice. Read on to find out more.

Contact Us

If you are planning a trip to Killin and are looking for somewhere to stay then contact us today and we will be delighted to help. Or maybe you are already booked with us and want to know more. Simply click below and get in touch with us.

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Food & Drink

Food & Drink

We offer delicious dining in our restaurant, tearoom or enjoy a drink in our bar.

Events

Events

Come along and enjoy the events that we host are our hotel. Check our what is happening!

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Explore

Explore our hotel in pictures. See what it is all about by viewing our gallery.

Testimonials

Things To Do

Fishing

We can offer a truly unique fishing experience with our legendary Ghillie Bill Hill. With Salmon fishing from January to May and Trout fishing from May to September.

Historic Attractions

Despite being a small village, dotted around Killin are some fascinating historical and mythological sites. A trip to Killin wouldn’ t be complete without a visit to the spellbinding Finlairg Castle.

Golf

A short walk from the Falls of Dochart Inn you can play golf in true Scottish style. Killin Golf Course offers 9 holes under the dramatic shadow of Ben Lawers while overlooking scenic Loch Tay.