The Courie Inn Hotel in Perthshire.
The Courie Inn is one of the most homely hotels in Killin. It is nestled at the western head of Loch Tay and is magnificently sited near the scenic Falls of Dochart. Accommodation at the Courie Inn is comfortable and welcoming, with beautiful views and delicious rustic seasonal pub dining, for breakfast, lunch and dinner. We have a bar area and a cafe for day visitors, and comfortable rooms for tired travellers.
Make the most of the comfortable lounge bar’s fire and cosy nooks during those cold Scottish evenings, and sample a range of speciality beers and spirits.
Pop in for a pint or a quick lunch, or stay for a few days and enjoy the atmosphere
Our website has lots of information about the local area, activities and events, from walking Tarmachan Ridge to the nearby Munros of Ben Lawers and Beinn Ghlas.
Latest COVID-19 Update.
In light of the recent Scottish Government update, we now have very limited information as to when we may be able to reopen this year. As with previous announcements over the last year we appear to follow behind England in the lifting of restrictions, with the prospect of coming out of “Lockdown” but back into a still very restricted tier system. The Scottish Government intends to publish a more detailed document on the sequencing of reopening the economy (hospitality included) in mid-March.
On the 26th of April, the Scottish Government intends to return most of the nation to tier 3 level, this prohibits the sale of alcohol, requires all non- residents to vacate the premises by 6pm and banns all unnecessary travel between council areas. This would include those intending to stay in a hotel! With these restrictions in place, it would not be viable to reopen until further easing of restrictions, in light of this we envisage remaining closed throughout March and April. We will continue to keep our Web site and Facebook pages updated with any new information and hope to be able to welcome guests soon!
Thank you for your continued support, please continue to check this site and our Facebook page for further updates and information.