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Getting Here

Killin Scotland is the northern most village within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Situated less than half a mile from Loch Tay within Perthshire, it is an idyllic Scottish village and a perfect location as a base for your holiday or for a few romantic nights away.

By Road

From Glasgow and Stirling

Follow the M8 toward Edinburgh/Stirling/M80/Carlisle/M74.
Keep left to continue on M80, follow signs for Stirling/Kincardine Bridge
Merge onto M9
At junction 10, take the A84 exit to A85. Follow signs for Callander/Crianlarich
From Callander take the A84 to Lochearnhead, this then becomes the A85 – continue to Lix Toll.
At Lix Toll garage turn right onto the A827 towards Killin Scotland.

From Perth, Pitlochry and the East Coast

Take the A9 and turn onto the A827 at Ballinluig.
Follow the signs to Aberfeldy, and then continue towards Kenmore.
At Kenmore continue along the A827 towards Killin Scotland.

From Edinburgh

Follow the M9 toward Stirling
At junction 10, take the A84 exit to A85. Follow signs for Callander/Crianlarich
From Callander take the A84 to Lochearnhead, this then becomes the A85 – continue to Lix Toll.
At Lix Toll garage turn right onto the A827 towards Killin.

By Rail

The only rail transport close to the Killin area is the West Highland Line from Glasgow Queen Street station to Crianlarich station (14 miles / 22 km from Killin).

By Bus

There are more national bus services within the region in summer than in winter. Summer services run from the beginning of the 4th week of May to the end of the 1st week of October. Summer services passing through Killin include:

Citylink 913: Edinburgh – Stirling – Callander – Strathyre – Kingshouse – Lochearnhead – Killin – Crianlarich – Tyndrum – Glencoe – Fort William.

Citylink 973: Dundee – Perth – Crieff – Comrie – St Fillans – Lochearnhead – Killin – Crianlarich – Tyndrum – Oban.

Citylink 978: Edinburgh – Stirling – Callander – Strathyre – Kingshouse – Lochearnhead – Killin – Crianlarich – Tyndrum – Oban.

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