The Courie Inn, in Killin, Scotland, opened its doors in 2014 – a significant year, with events being held across the country. So why not plan your trip and experience Perthshire as we celebrate Scotland’s Homecoming 2014, the Ryder Cup and the Commonwealth Games.
Killin Scotland is a good base for hill walking, with the Tarmachan Ridge and our nearby Munros of Ben Lawers and Beinn Ghlas all easily accessible. It also forms part of the famous southern highlands walk The Rob Roy Way, with Killin one of the stop-offs. If you want to enjoy the great outdoors there are a lot of ways to spend your day – be it with a round of golf, fishing, mountain biking, canoeing or kayaking.
For those looking for a more relaxing visit the village offers a range of local shops, gentle walks and some great places to eat and drink, not to mention the breath taking scenery.
The Scottish Crannog Centre
An important part of Scotland’s heritage, a crannog is a type of ancient loch dwelling found throughout Scotland and Ireland, and dating from 2,500 years ago. At the Scottish Crannog Centre you will be able to learn more about Scotland’s history and see a unique reconstruction of an early Iron Age loch dwelling.
The Scottish Crannog Centre website
Perthshire is a beautiful destination and with a Highland Safari you can experience the very best of our breathtaking scenery. A great day out and well worth a visit.
Ben Lawers Nature Reserve
The Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve is home to nine mountains, seven of which are Munros.
At 1,214m (3,984ft) Ben Lawers is Scotland’s 10th highest Munro. A short drive from us and then a climb to the summit will see you rewarded with magnificent views of Ben Lomond and Glencoe to the west, and the Cairngorms to the north.
Ben Lawers Nature Reserve website
For general information on what’s going on in Killin itself please visit: