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Tyndrum

Tyndrum

A small village located at the southern edge of Rannoch Moor, Tyndrum’s Gaelic name translates to "the house on the ridge." Tyndrum is built over the battlefield where Clan MacDougall defeated Robert the Bruce in the 14th century, established by cattle drovers and later lead miners in the 18th century. In the 1900s Tyndrum enjoyed a brief gold rush.

Tyndrum’s claim to fame is as the smallest settlement in the UK with both more than one railway station and more than one railway line. Its two stations can add to your ease of travel in and around the area, with the line through Lower Tyndrum station connecting Oban to Glasgow and the one through Upper Tyndrum running on to Fort William and Mallaig in the Highlands.

The Green Welly Stop is a famous store in the village, worth a visit when passing through. It sells everything from its namesake and souvenirs, to food and a range of malt whiskies. For generations of travellers visiting the Highlands, it’s been part of Tyndrum’s functional charm as a place to stock up and unwind before continuing on your way.

We love Tyndrum because...

  • Excellent travel links
  • Nearby to beautiful natural attractions
  • Great area for hillwalkers
Hotels in Tyndrum

Situated on the northern edge of the Loch Lomond National Park in the village of Tyndrum, the Muthu Ben Doran is the perfect place to relax and unwind.

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Situated on the northern edge of the Loch Lomond National Park in the village of Tyndrum, the Muthu Ben Doran is the perfect place to relax and unwind.

Muthu Royal Hotel, Tyndrum
Lower Station Road Tyndrum FK20 8RY
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Muthu Royal Hotel, Tyndrum
Lower Station Road Tyndrum FK20 8RY
In and around Tyndrum

Trossachs National Park

Tyndrum sits on a north westerly edge of the Trossachs National Park within the ‘The High Country,’ known for its rocky outcrops, long, open glens and scree-filled gullies. Just south of the village are the Munros Ben Lui, Ben Oss and Beinn Dubhchraig, known for the wild beauty of the scenery surrounding them and a must for enthusiastic hillwalkers.

The West Highland Way

This popular long distance walking route runs 96 miles from Milngavie to Fort William, and passes straight through Tyndrum before continuing on up the old military road to Rannoch Moor. If you’re heading north and fancy a coffee or a lie down on a mattress, the village is the last area of significance for many miles!

Coast to Coast Walk

Another popular walking trail, the Coast to Coast walk stretches 128 miles from St Andrews to Oban. It crosses Tyndrum before heading on to Dalmally and Lochawe in an easterly direction, or out to Crianlarich if you’re travelling from east to west.

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