The Bein Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating


The Bein Inn, Glenfarg

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The Famous Bein Inn Just that little bit different The Famous Bein Inn was originally built as a resting place for travellers on the traditional route north from Edinburgh to the Highlands. It enjoys a peaceful rural location in picturesque wooded Glenfarg just south of Perth a few minutes off the M90 motorway and less than an hour s drive from the buzz and vitality of Edinburgh. At the Country Inn we are renowned for our friendly welcome and relaxed informal atmosphere.

Our warm comfortable d?cor and blazing log fires are in keeping with our traditions and provide a welcome contrast to the cold sterile character you will find in today s hotels and restaurants. The Famous Country Inn and Suites is ideally situated for exploring all parts of Scotland from the history and heritage of Edinburgh to the wild open spaces of the Highlands and even to see where the Kings of Scotland were crowned. We offer great value short break packages golf breaks and walking breaks and much more.

Underpinning all we do is our tradition of warm friendly relaxed Scottish hospitality where you re a friend rather than a customer. When you want to enjoy traditional Scottish hospitality choose The Famous Bein Inn. As relaxed a visit as you could possibly wish

 3 star rating

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