Our situation right in the heart of Scotland means the Falls of Dochart Inn is the perfect touring base from which to explore East, West, North and South.
Our staff will happily point you towards the haunting scenery of Glen Coe and the dramatic highlands beyond Fort William. Or if you’ d prefer a jaunt to the bright lights, then Edinburgh and Glasgow can be reached easily by car or public transport in around one hour. But you’ ll find that you probably won’ t want to leave Killin at all.
Our cosy Inn is surrounded by vast mountains, tranquil lochs, and breath taking walks and cycle paths, providing the perfect place to indulge in all things outdoors – and keep everyone entertained. Even from the comfort of your room you can marvel at the spectacular Falls of Dochart which tumble dramatically past our windows, and attract swarms of visitors from far and wide.
If you enjoy a spot of fishing then we have just the package for you. Read on to find out more. 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, we can provide all tackle, boat [...]
Despite being a small village, dotted around Killin are some fascinating historical and mythological sites. Finlarig Castle - Killin A trip to Killin wouldn’ t be complete without a visit to the spellbinding Finlairg Castle. Although the land around Killin was the territory of the to Clan Menzies, it was Black Campbell of Glenorchy, from [...]
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. And that’ s just for starters, nearby we also have Kenmore Golf Course, Taymouth Castle, and also St Fillans Golf [...]
After a hearty breakfast there’ s nothing better than strapping on a pair of walking boots and exploring the exciting trails and mountains around Killin. We’ re located within Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, which means you’ ll be spoilt by the variety of marvellous walks on offer, which can be tailored to suit [...]
In Killin we’ re on the Sustrans Cycle Network, and surrounded by an abundance of forestry tracks and pathways, which will suit all ages and levels of experience. Visit (link to www. sustrans.org.uk) and you’ ll gain access to a wide variety of maps detailing the numerous cycle routes in and around the village. You’ [...]
Fish the local rivers and Loch Tay
Walk the Rob Roy Way and many other local walks
Enjoy a round of Golf at Killin Golf Course while taking in stunning views
Cycle the new Sustrans cycleway, Route 7, which goes from Glasgow to Inverness and passes right through Killin
Sight-Seeing at Ben Lawyers
Visit the Crannog on Loch Tay