The Bridge Of Lochay Hotel

A Hotel in Killin, Central Scotland

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Aberfeldy Road
Central Scotland
FK21 8TS

The Bridge Of Lochay Hotel, Killin

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Accommodation Description:

We are a small privately owned hotel, where we have high standards and a reputation for Excellent Service and Food. All our rooms are refurbished to a high standard and all are en-suite. The hotel is situated on the bank of the River Lochay, with beautiful views of the surrounding hills and Loch Tay.

The hotel also has a view over the neighbouring 9 hole Golf Course. We as a small hotel take pride in what we do, and that would be providing an outstanding Service to all our Guests.

3 star rating

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