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Kinloch Rannoch

Visitor guide to Kinloch in Perthshire with information on the town, accommodation and hotels in Kinloch. In this we also guide you to Fort William and offer information on major hotels in the Kinloch.


Beyond Loch Tummel is the little village of Kinloch Rannoch, where backpackers can stock up on supplies before heading into the hills. Kinloch Rannoch is a small remote village  located at the eastern end of Loch Rannoch, on the banks of the River Tummel.

Eating Out

There are a few places to stay in the village, including the characterful Dunalastair Hotel, Tel. 01882-632323, and Bunrannoch House, Tel. 01882-632407, a former Victorian shooting lodge which offers good cooking.

The Dunalastair Hotel
Dunalastair is set in the tranquil heart of Highland Perthshire surrounded by stunning scenery. Whatever you're looking for Dunalastair has it on offer whether it be short breaks, midweek or weekend breaks, spa breaks, romantic breaks, activity breaks, murder mystery weekends or adventure and touring holidays in Scotland. Dunalastair caters for families, singles, couples. Disabled rooms are available. more details about The Dunalastair Hotel

Sixteen miles west of the village the road ends at Rannoch station, where you can catch trains north to Fort William or south to Glasgow. You can grab something to eat here at the little tearoom. Beyond the west end of Loch Rannoch is bleak Rannoch Moor which extends all the way to Glen Coe. By the station is the Moor of Rannoch Hotel, Tel. 01882-633238, which does good, moderately priced meals. There's a daily (except Sunday) postbus service, Tel. 472386, from Pitlochry to Rannoch station, via Kinloch Rannoch, or check with Elizabeth Yule Transport (see Pitlochry Transport).

Region

Perthshire

Activities

Local Sights & Activities for Kinloch Rannoch

It is a popular tourist spot that is famous for its outdoor pursuits including fishing and walking. "The Sleeping Giant", a hill that resembles a sleeping man is another must-see spot.

Kinloch Rannoch Hotels & Accommodation

Self Catering Accommodation

Liarn farm : Set amidst a sprawling farm, these newly converted stone built cottages have been renovated with great care without spoiling its original character and old fashioned charm. There are 7 wonderful  family friendly stone built cottages that offer great views over the loch;  pet friendly; ideal for a quiet holiday. Tel:  01882 633264