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What a lovely family.

What a lovely family running this place. Delicious suppa - good luck!..
Tunbridge Wells
Loch Rannoch Loop
Winter Road
Setting sun on the water
Train in the highlands

 Golf Courses

Pitlochry Golf Club

This Hidden Gem course (18-holes, 5,700 yards, par 69) boasts magnificent views and a state of the art clubhouse, a new range with indoor and outdoor bays for practice, well-stocked pro shop and expert tuition, under the direction of PGA Professional Mark Pirie.  Golf heaven for all ages & abilities.

Aberfeldy Golf Club

Situated in Perthshire, and founded in 1895, Aberfeldy Golf Club is a very scenic, welcoming and flat parkland course, suitable for all ages.


Walks and Golf

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The area of Loch Rannoch is surrounded with stunning scenery all waiting to be explored and discovered and what better way to do this is to get your walking shoes on and go and seek out the hidden streams, lochans, ancient forests and settlements.

There are so many walks of all levels it is hard to write about all of them, so below are just a few to whet your appetite with some links for further information.

Rannoch and Tummel Walks Information can be found here.

A good map is always helpful and we have a few maps at the guesthouse that can be borrowed and some pre printed maps for you to use. We can also help with routes and terrain information


OS Explorer Map 385 or OS Landranger Map 42

Rannoch Lodge to Loch Ericht & Ben Alder Bothy

(approx 13km)

Bridge of Gaur to Garbh Mheall

(approx 8km)

Corrour back to Rannoch on Road to The Isles

(approx 12km)

You can take the train from Rannoch Station to Corrour then walk back on the old drovers trail (approx 14km). You can also walk around Loch Ossian and take catch the train back to Rannoch.

Bridge of Gaur Loop

an easy walk from the guesthouse


three measured walks at Carie & the Blackwood Forest along with parking,picnic area & toilets. Check out the forestry website for all the information on this walk and a few others.


Camghouran Round

Annat Loop

Loch Laidon


If you fancy bagging a Munro, this is one of the easist and accessible Munro's to climb. Please check out our page on Munro's, Corbets & Grahams for information regarding these near the guesthouse.

There are also walks in the village of Kinloch Rannoch please check out the Rannoch and Tummel Website for information on these plus some of the walks outlined above.

The most important thing about walking is to ensure that you are wearing the right clothes for the conditions, tell someone where you are going. The weather can be interchangable in a moments notice so please esure you are prepared.