The list below should represent all the
Lochearnhead guest houses, bed and breakfast (b&b) accommodation in nearby towns or villages. If we have missed any Guest House or Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the area, please let us know by contacting us with the name and address of the establishment. Use the links to the left to find, self catering or other types of accommodation in this area.
Killin B&B at the Barn, voted one of Scotland's 100 best B&Bs by The Guardian.
The barn is a modern take on traditional B&Bs that
sacrifices none of their charm. A home alone offering
complete privacy to the couple or family who stay. The barn
is a complete window onto a unique mountain landscape set in
the heart of the highland village in the Loch Lomond and
Trossachs National Park.
wonderful views over Loch Earn and the
surrounding countryside, the Lochearnhead
Hotel is a family run hotel with 10 ensuite
bedrooms, lounge bar, restaurant and
resident's lounge. Situated in the Loch
Lomond and Trossachs National Park the hotel
is ideally located to explore central
Scotland with its wide variety of
The hotel is on the shores of Loch earn and is in
the Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
We have our own jetty and mooring facilities which
makes taking part or watching the watersports such a
pleasure. Alternatively, you can while away the time
taking in the wonderful views over Loch Earn towards
Ben Vorlich and Glen Ample
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Mansewood Country House
+44 (0)1567 830213
is a family owned and run Guest House and a warm welcome
awaits you from your hosts, Alan and Sharon Clark. The
house, which stands in its own mature gardens, dates back
over 250 years and is set in some of the prettiest scenery
in the Highlands.
+44 (0) 1567 830380
At the foot of Glen Ogle
and positioned at the Western edge of Loch Earn,
Lochearnhead is situated in the newly formed National Park
that contains some of the finest scenery in Scotland,
including Loch Lomond and The Trossachs.
Cottage is a 17th century thatched cottage, set on the shores of
Loch Earn. It was once owned by the MacGregors and later by the
Duke of Breadalbane - decended from the Campbells of Breadalbane.
The cottage has retained many of its original features including
most of the original stonework and an original heather thatched
roof - now protected and weatherproofed using a modern thatch
Tigh Na Crich is a large traditionally
built white stone house, dating from the mid 1800's. Situated in the small village of Lochearnhead, on the A84,
Tigh na Crich is set at the foot of Glenogle, near Edinample Castle
and Ben Vorlich, by Loch Earn.
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