Local Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs, Bars, etc in Killin
Places to eat in Killin.
Killin is an important base for walkers, climbers and anglers. The River Dochart enters the Falls of Dochart here before tumbling into Loch Tay. Beyond, Glen Lyon is the longest enclosed glen in Scotland at 34 miles, while the ruins of Finlarig Castle, a former seat of the Campbells, remind visitors of the region's long and turbulent history. Breadalbane Folklore Centre possesses the ancient ‘healing stones' of St Fillan, a 6th century missionary.
We cannot give a full list of all available food outlets but below is a small selection of those available in Killin or surrounding areas.
Killin Restaurants, Cafes, Bars, Food Outlets, etc
Ardeonaig Hotel &
South Loch Tay Side, By Killin, Perthshire, FK21
Tel: 01567 820400 Fax:
Included in the 2006 Michelin Guide as one of
the best food "INNS" in Scotland, England, Wales
and Ireland, Ardeonaig serves a mixture of
traditional Scottish food with an international
Craiglea, Main Street, Killin, Perthshire, FK21
Tel: 01567 820314
Traditional bistro style food.
Restaurant and Rooms
Main Street, Killin, Perthshire, Scotland, FK21
Tel: 01567 820355 Fax:
01567 829007 Mobile:
0777 600 5533
A combination of fresh produce and quality
service is offered at the Capercaillie
Restaurant, named after the Capercaillie bird,
native to Scotland.
The Old Flax Mill
Glendochart, Killin, Perthshire, FK21 8RH
Tel: 01567 820434
Carvery, cold buffet table and homemade sweets.
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