Find holiday accommodation in the Highland Perthshire village of Killin nearby Loch Tay. Visit the Falls of Dochart, the Old Watermill, the local golf club and walking, kayaking, fishing and sailing. Explore the Ben Lawers Mountain Reserve a short drive from the village. At the other end of the loch you will find the quiet village of Kenmore from where you can enjoy the Loch Tay Safari.
Killin (derived from the Gaelic for ‘White Church’) is a small village situated at the western end of Loch Tay, with lots of historic charm including an old watermill (now converted into a thrift shop), 19th century longhouse, Finlarig castle ruins and an ancient stone circle.
At the western end are the Falls of Dochart where the waters of the Lochay and Dochart rush down beneath the narrow multi-arch bridge. The village hosts several events throughout the year, including Highland Games and Agricultural Show.