Located just over 4 miles from Killin, Kiltyrie Farmhouse, built in 1850, boasts access to 8 Munros (all within walking distance) including Ben Lawers - one of the highest mountains in the southern part of the Scottish Highlands.
Kiltyrie Farmhouse, no longer a working farm, was reopened as a Bed & Breakfast in 2008 after being bought by Jane Watts, who relocated to Killin from Glasgow. Jane is the former Music Librarian of Scottish Opera and in her spare time, she teaches piano and violin lessons to students of varying ages and abilities (adults included).
Jane has also successfully climbed all 272 Munros* and so is very well placed to give you information and tips for any excursions you plan.
Her combined love of mountains, walking and the peace and tranquility of Loch Tay brought her to open Kiltyrie Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast, a warm, welcoming and wonderfully Scottish home-from-home.
*A Munro is a mountain in Scotland with a height over 3,000 feet