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Kinloch Rannoch

Kinloch Rannoch

This idyllic Victorian village is perched on the edge of a scenic loch in the heart of Highland Perthshire. The area is well known for its abundant outdoor activities such as cycling, walking and climbing opportunities, as well as the many water sports available on the loch. Whether it’s a leisurely stroll or an adrenaline-filled hike that takes your fancy, all can admire the stunning scenery that engulfs this peaceful corner of Scotland. A short drive will take visitors to the town of Pitlochry, with its famous theatre and a collection of wonderful independent shops, pubs and restaurants. Blair Athol is also nearby and visitors can enjoy visiting its historic castle and distillery.

We love Kinloch Rannoch because...

  • Idyllic Victorian village
  • Scenic loch side location
  • Rich in outdoor activities
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Hotels
Hotels in Kinloch Rannoch
Macdonald Loch Rannoch Hotel
Kinloch Rannoch PH16 5PS

An experience that captures all the natural beauty and romance of the Scottish Highlands, this hotel is located with the loch on one side and a dramatic mountain on the other.

2 nights from
£500.00pp
Macdonald Loch Rannoch Hotel
Kinloch Rannoch PH16 5PS

An experience that captures all the natural beauty and romance of the Scottish Highlands, this hotel is located with the loch on one side and a dramatic mountain on the other.

In and around Kinloch Rannoch

Schiehallion

An iconic hill standing at 3,547 feet high, the name translates to ‘fairy hill of the Caledonians’. The area is immensely popular with hillwalkers, who flock to Schiehallion for the gorgeous scenery and spectacular vistas upon the summit. Visitors can explore easy trails around the mountain and into the Gleann Mor for a more leisurely experience.

Highland Wildlife Park

Featuring wildlife from all over the world, from the rare and exotic, to more familiar Scottish animals such as the red deer, pine marten and even the elusive wildcat. The zoo also houses animals who once resided in Scotland including wolves, beavers and lynx. The park covers 105 hectares and is owned and run by the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland. The park is comprised of exhibits, which are accessed by foot a main reserve where visitors can explore in their own vehicle. There are daily feeding sessions, as well as a variety of experiences to book, which get you up and close with some on the animals.

Distilleries

There are two distilleries in the area, Bell's Blair Athol and Edradour. The local area has a rich history of whisky distillery, and many of the techniques in use today have been handed down through countless generations. Visitors can learn about the many complex varieties of whisky from single malts to blends, as well as getting the opportunity to observe whisky being made, from mash to keg. Both distilleries offer guided tours, tasting sessions as well as the opportunity to buy a bottle or two of whisky.

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