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The History

In 1887 the Marquess of Breadalbane registered the plans for building a house on the current property in Killin at the banks of river Lochay close to Loch Tay for a family called McDiarmid. This was the birth of Dall Lodge Country House. By 1888 the main part of the house had probably already been finished and was habitable. In the 1960s the house was turned into a popular hotel and was operated as such until 2003 when the previous owners ran it as cozy a Bed & Breakfast.

We, Monica & Roman, took over Dall Lodge in 2015 and since than we welcome guests from all over the world. We are originally from Switzerland but fell in love with the Highlands of Scotland the first time we visited this magical country and soon afterwards decided to come and live here. Now we want to share this magic of the scottish Highlands with you and we hope we can always make you feel welcome in our cozy historic victorian country house.

Late 19hundreds: people enjoying a boat trip at River Lochay infront of Dall Lodge Country House
Late 19hundreds: people enjoying a boat trip at River Lochay infront of Dall Lodge Country House
Dall Lodge Country House
Dall Lodge Country House

The Guest House

Dall Lodge Country House is located directly at the A827 in the beautiful village of Killin. With distances of less than 2 hour drives to Stirling, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth and Dundee, Killin is located directly in the heart of Scotland. We offer an excellent Bed & Breakfast accommodation in our lodge which is less than half a mile away from Loch Tay, one of Scotland’s biggest and most beautiful Lochs, well known for its tasty salmon and the many different animals living around the Loch.

All our rooms have a traditional, comfortable and clean interior with all bed sizes. Our guests also have access to a well equipped guest lounge with games, books, DVDs, TV. Also, the beautiful breakfast room with stunning views to the river Lochay and the mountains around Ben Lawer and many Munros can be used. A private riverside garden which comes with a free license for fishing for trout completes our proporty. For relaxation after a busy day, all rooms include tea and coffee-making facilities, Wifi and a TV with DVD player.

The Area

Dall Lodge Country House makes the ideal base for those keen on outdoor pursuits like cycling, walking & hiking, water sports, fishing, climbing and golfing. A good local infrastructure with bike and canoe rental, restaurants, pubs and shops will help to make your holidays easy and enjoyable. Many interesting historical sites can be visited in and around Killin. A serene walk to the graveyard of Clan McNabb, the ruins of Finlarig Castle, The Old Mill, the old town of Lawers, the Crannog Centre, Taymouth Castle - just to name some! Being located in Central Scotland means a very large area of this diverse and fascinating country can be reached in day trips.

View over Killin and Loch Tay
View over Killin and Loch Tay