People looking for relaxation will find it aplenty at The Bridge of Lochay Hotel, a 1765 former coaching inn offering traditional Scottish hospitality in a picturesque, riverside location in Breadalbane, Perthshire. Guests return again and again for the beautiful highland surroundings and their rare wildlife, the high quality home cooked food and the obliging attitudes owners Amanda Clark and Bob Stevenson and their team, who promise: “Nothing is too much trouble.”
The Bridge of Lochay Hotel has history including its use in the 1935 film of the John Buchan spy classic The 39 Steps. It sits on the banks of the River Lochay on the edge of the village of Killin and opposite Killin Golf Course, which welcomes visitors and has been described as ‘the most beautiful nine hole course in Scotland’.
The hotel has 12 comfortable guest bedrooms, all individually designed and comfortably equipped to modern standards. Several of them can accommodate dogs by arrangement. The premises hold a 2018 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
Meals are a highlight of holidays at The Bridge of Lochay, made with the finest Scottish ingredients, whether for breakfast, lunch, dinner or ever-popular Sunday roasts. The licensed bar with its fine ales, wines, whiskeys and other beverages is the perfect place to wind down after days perhaps spent hill walking, cycling or sightseeing.