Bridge of Lochay Hotel welcomes you
LIMITED ROOMS AVAILABLE STILL FOR HOGMANAY 2016 - BOOKABLE ONLINE OR CALL OR EMAIL US TO ENQUIRE
HOGMANAY - WE ARE OPEN FOR LUNCH 12PM - 2PM - RESTAURANT CLOSED EVE OF 31ST DECEMBER - OPEN FOR PRE-BOOKED HOGMANAY GALA DINNERS ONLY
The Bridge of Lochay Hotel is owned and run by Amanda Clark and Bob Stevenson who, along with their team of friendly staff, aim to offer the very best Scottish welcome and hospitality - our motto is 'nothing is too much trouble'.
A traditional Scottish Inn - we aim to provide a warm, welcoming and comfortable place where our guests may pursue a range of activities and pursuits in the surrounding area. With 12 warm comfortable rooms, real log fires (when the weather dictates) and superb food using only the best locally sourced ingredients our aim is that you will have a stay with us that will remain with you and leave you longing to return. Our approach is to offer something individual very much run by the owners and our team. This ensures that our guests enjoy a truly unique experience which allows flexibility to meet your specific requirements. Our own brood of free range hens ensure a healthy supply of delicious fresh eggs for breakfast . Our Chefs share a commitment to sourcing local game and seasonal produce, guaranteeing not only seasonality and providence but when combined with their skill also give a truly memorable dining experience.
The hotel is the ideal size for small family gatherings and is available for Private House Parties, Small Weddings and other occasions. We can cater for up to 45 people for a sit down meal, however we suggest that if you are interested in holding such an event with us you speak to us when we can best guide you with our capacities and capabilities. The hotel is also available for Exclusive Use.
We have recently held Weddings, Birthday Parties, Munro Parties and simply Family Gatherings at the hotel.
The Bridge of Lochay Hotel is in a set in the perfect location for you to relax in Breadalbane, one of Scotland's most picturesque areas. The hotel sits on the banks of the River Lochay, Killin, by the bridge that gives the hotel it's name. The hotel sits at the peaceful northern end of the village.