Should the need arise, we have a drying room for wet, outdoor clothing and locked storage for bicycles and golf clubs.
walking - for all abilities - from gentle strolls by the loch or along the routes of old railway lines; the challenge of a Corbett or one of the fifty Munros within an hour's drive.
cycling - along quiet roads in peaceful glens, on forest trails or Sustrans route 7.
canoeing - hire a Canadian canoe and glide down the River Lochay to Loch Tay.
Cycles and Canadian canoes can be hired from Killin Outdoor and Mountain Shop.
canyoning, white water rafting and other more adventurous water sports are avaiable nearby.
fishing - for trout and salmon in peaceful hill lochs, tumbling rivers and on Loch Tay and Loch Earn.
golfing - Killin's own 9 holes is just one of the many scenic and challenging courses within a short drive. Others are at St. Fillans, Comrie, Crieff, Taymouth Castle, Pitlochry and Dunkeld.
horse riding and pony trekking - opportunities for all abilities at Taymouth Stables, Kenmore.
painting, photography - changing light, changing seasons, dramatic landscapes.
if you prefer to sit, relax and take in the views - we know all the good spots.