The dramatic scenery around Loch Rannoch, plus the endless array of outdoor pursuits, will surely provide fond memories. Marvel at the rugged mountains, enormous lochs, winding rivers and thick woodlands as you drive to local distilleries, castles, craft centres and famous historic sites. Hidden away amid 250 acres of breathtaking Perthshire countryside Loch Rannoch Hotel and Resort is an enduring testament to the charms of highland living, with its comfortable lounges, sumptuous bedrooms and stunning views.
For those who prefer something with a little more oomph, our water sports marina and indoor leisure centre will certainly get the adrenaline going.So whether you prefer lazy days or sporty ways. Youre free to do as you please.Try the elegant Ptarmigan Restaurant for some of the area?s most outstanding food and wine. The freshest of local produce (perhaps Tay salmon or Perthshire lamb) is shaped into imaginative dishes by award-winning chefs.
Take your time inspecting the lengthy wine list ? on which new and old worlds are both well represented ? to find the bottle that will match your meal precisely.The Schiehallion Bar offers a less ambitious menu, yet certainly fills and satisfies. Slip into its less formal ambience during the day or the evening. Please note on Friday and Saturday evenings we operate a smart dress code (no jeans or trainers) in the Ptarmigan Restaurant.
Get an Ordnance Survey map covering the Kinloch Rannoch area.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Kenmore Follies - 11 miles (Historic Building)
Clan Donnachaidh Museum - 11 miles (Museum)
Falls of Bruar - 11.2 miles (Countryside)
Scottish Crannog Centre - 11.2 miles (Museum)
Acharn Hermitage - 11.6 miles (Historic Building)
Croft Moraig Stone Circle - 12.2 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Castle Menzies - 12.5 miles (Historic House)
Bolfracks Garden - 12.6 miles (Garden)
Loch Tay - 13.1 miles (Countryside)
Tay Forest Park - 13.2 miles (Countryside)
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