Best Available Rates
Free Scottish Breakfast
Free car parking
Free WiFi in all rooms
Free cancellation up to 48 hours of arrival
The Killin Perthshire Hotel is situated in the central Highlands of Perthshire at the west end of Loch Tay. It is arguably the most picturesque village in Scotland, surrounded by the most incredible and breathtaking mountains, rivers and lochs.
Killin Hotel has established its fine reputation on a friendly smile, relaxed service, great Scottish food and comfortable bedrooms. The Killin Hotel now offers 35 comfortably decorated bedrooms including the beautifully romantic Lochay four poster suite which overlooks the River Lochay toward the Tarmachan Ridge. Killin Hotel now also has five Annex Rooms directly next to the hotel offering a variety of occupancy levels up to six people in one room.
35 Well Appointed Rooms (all En Suite)
2 Elegant Four Poster Rooms
5 Appointed Annex Rooms
TV & Hospitality Tray in every room
Comfortable Guest Lounge and Bar with Roaring Log Fire in winter
Relaxing Conservatory & Sun Terrace
Function Suite, Restaurant & Public Bar
Free Wi-Fi in Guest Lounge
Canoe and Kayak Hire
Due to government advice and for the safety of all our guests and team it is with a sad heart that we have taken the decision to close Killin Hotel from Sunday 22nd March 2020 until Monday 20th April 2020.
The Government advice is to close for 1 month then to follow advice as it is assessed. This means the opening date is subject to change.
Any guest who has a reservation within this period is able to change their date for a later time in the year. To change dates please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have booked with us directly and are unable to change your dates please email us at email@example.com or call us on 01567 820296.
If you have booked with a booking agent (Booking.com, Expedia, Itison etc.) and are unable to change dates please contact your booking agent.
Myself and the team would ask everyone to look after yourselves and we hope to see everyone back at the Killin Hotel when we re-open.
Stuart Horton, General Manager