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Kenmore

This conservation village is ideal for explorers who want to get out and discover the brilliant surrounding scenery, which includes the dramatic mountains of Highland Perthshire as well as Tay Forrest Park and the River Tay. There is also a wealth of nearby heritage attractions in the local area, such as The Crannog Centre, Blair Castle, Pitlochry Dam & Salmon Ladder and The Falls of Dochart. Many visitors enjoy taking part in outdoor pursuits while in Kenmore, from leisurely strolls or bike rides in the countryside, to horse trekking.

The bustling city of Perth is a short drive away and offers a number of major attractions, shops and fine dining restaurants. The nearby towns of Aberfeldy and Pitlochry also feature a number of activities such as a historic distillery, as well as the Pitlochry Festival Theatre. Keen golfers will also find themselves excellently catered to, thanks to the fabulous range of courses on offer in the area.

We love Kenmore because...

  • Stunning scenery
  • Ideal for getting outdoors
  • Nearby to golf courses
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Hotels
Hotels in Kenmore
Kenmore-Breaks vacation-Kenmore Hotel
Kenmore Hotel
The Square Kenmore PH15 2NU

Dine in Kenmore’s welcoming restaurant, wind down in its beautiful rooms and discover the meaning of relaxation at the perfectly located Kenmore Hotel.

2 nights from
£89.00pp
Kenmore Hotel
The Square Kenmore PH15 2NU

Dine in Kenmore’s welcoming restaurant, wind down in its beautiful rooms and discover the meaning of relaxation at the perfectly located Kenmore Hotel.

In and around Kenmore

Castle Menzies

Take a step back in time at this 16th century castle and discover the turbulent history of the castle and of clan Menzies, who have made this castle their home for over 400 years. This is the very castle that infamous Bonnie Prince Charlie rested in on his way to Culloden. Today, visitors can marvel at the wonderful architecture, which clearly shows the transition from a castle fortress, to a grand mansion house.

Loch Tay Boating Centre

A fine establishment providing boat, sailing and water-ski hire. Chose from vessels of many sizes from small sailing boats to large cabins to explore the beautiful, expansive Loch Tay. Try your hand at white water rafting, cliff jumping or abseiling through sister company, Freespirits.

Dewar’s Aberfeldy Distillery

This magnificent distillery is home to a fantastic exhibit on the history of Dewars, its founder and subsequent owners, as well as the history of the local area. Visitors can enjoy tours of the distillery, getting a behind the scenes glimpse of the production process from mash to bottle. The passionate guides will walk you through the many features of the process, before serving up a dram or two at the bar next to the gift shop.

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