• Kinloch Rannoch
  • Kinloch Rannoch
  • Kinloch Rannoch
  • Kinloch Rannoch
  • Kinloch Rannoch
  • Kinloch Rannoch

Accommodation in Kinloch Rannoch

Whatever your budget, there is accommodation in and around Kinloch Rannoch to suit every pocket. Accommodation ranges from the more expensive hotels and guest houses to campsites, holiday lodges and caravan parks.

Welcome to Kinloch Rannoch in Highland Perthshire

Point at a map of Scotland and Kinloch Rannoch can be found right in the very centre, just two hours drive from Glasgow, Edinburgh and Dundee. 20 Miles North West of Aberfeldy, 20 miles west of Pitlochry and 18 miles from Rannoch Station, it is well located for an idyllic getaway and has plenty on offer for those seeking adventure, breathtaking scenery or simply to relax and unwind.

Kinloch Rannoch Map

Things to do

Whatever your interest, the area around Kinloch Rannoch village offers something for everyone to enjoy, with the added bonus of the stunning scenery. There are challenging (and some not so challenging) walks and cycle rides, munros to climb, fishing on one of the many lochs or rivers and stalking and an abundance of wildlife, both flora and fauna, almost everywhere you go. Take a picnic up into the surrounding hills, immerse yourself in the beauty of the area and listen to the silence.

Food & Drink

Enjoy a range of excellent places to eat in Kinloch Rannoch with good use of local ingredients.

Rannoch Station

Located approximately 18 miles from the village of Kinloch Rannoch, Rannoch Station is one of the most remote railway stations in the British Isles. Designed by James Miller, it is on the famous West Highland Line which links Glasgow on the Firth of Clyde, to Mallaig on the west coast, via Fort William, and runs across the remote wilderness of Rannoch Moor. The station building itself sits on a small island between the “up” line and the “down” line.

History of Kinloch Rannoch

There is evidence of settlement in the area surrounding Kinloch Rannoch from as far back as 500AD when the missionary St. Blane arrived although the name remains a mystery, as the word “kinloch” means head of a loch, rather than the foot, where the village is located. For many hundreds of years, this tiny and remote hamlet was home to a few primitive people who lived a poverty-stricken existence, surviving mainly by thieving and, for a long time, there were no roads or bridges in the area.

Kinloch Rannoch Weather

Rannoch Hampers

We will carefully pack up your selection in a chilled poly box, to ensure that everything reaches you in a perfect condition. We will not charge you more for a fancy basket as we think it is better value for money if you spend on the products you want, not on the packaging. If your selection is a gift for someone else, please feel free to add a gift message to your order and we will include a card with your message in your hamper. Enjoy your shop.

Local Information

This pretty village sits at the eastern end of Loch Rannoch in Highland Perthshire, on the banks of the River Tummel.
Kinloch Rannoch or Ceann Loch Raineach in Gaelic, meaning ‘head of the loch’ ironically lies at the foot of Loch Rannoch. Rannoch Station, marks the end of the end of the road through Rannoch Moor, however traditionally the ‘Road to the Isles’ also came east from Fort William, via Lochaber, Glen Coe, across Rannoch Moor, past Loch Rannoch and Loch Tummel and through to Pitlochry. Today, Kinloch Rannoch is a hub for tourism, farming and forestry. There is a wealth of accommodation within the village and surrounding area, complementing all tastes. The residents of Kinloch Rannoch are as friendly and welcoming as the picturesque scenery surrounding them. Situated in the shadow of Schiehallion (a munro and an excellent climb), Kinloch Rannoch boast some lovely walks: Carie Forest, along the South Loch Road; along the waterfall that feeds into the River Tummel and up Craig Varr; the Sleeping Giant or alongside Loch Rannoch itself.