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Clachan Cottage Hotel


The Clachan Cottage Hotel in Perthshire with its picturesque lochside position beside Lochearn is ideally suited for all kinds of holiday breaks, the location of the hotel directly on the shore of lochearn is one of the most enviable locations in Scotland, the views from the hotel across to the historic Edinample Castle are simply astounding, fresh colors of spring, long summer evenings watching the sunset over Ben Vorlich, with the resident Ospreys circling overhead looking to swoop down and catch a trout in front of your very eyes, our patio is the ideal spot to just take in the beauty and splendour of Lochearnhead. 

Cyclists cant resist the Glenogle trail and route 7 of the sustrans cycle networks is just five minutes away, a cyclists paradise on the doorstep. Originally built as a row of cottages, the Clachan cottage hotel has been extended over the years to provide 21 letting rooms, Castle view function room, Clachan dining area and Rowan Restaurant. 


The food can only be described as “amazing” see review by daily record reporter, fresh produce cooked by experts that really appreciate Scottish food at its best. The all new Rowan Restaurant is the ideal place to relax and enjoy your evening meal.

Pets are welcome in this pet friendly hotel, great dog walking nearby on the Glenogle trail or through Glenample. 

Clachan Cottage Hotel
Lochside, Lochearnhead,
Perthshire FK19 8PU.

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By telephone: 01567 830247
By fax: 01567 830300
International: +441567 830247



  • Street: Clachan Cottage Hotel
  • Postcode: FK19 8PU
  • City: Lochearnhead
  • State: Perthshire
  • Country: United Kingdom

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Rob Roy Country

Hotels and Inns, Guest Houses, Bed & Breakfast, Self-Catering, Camping and Campsites in Perthshire
& The Trossachs 

(Balquhidder, Lochearnhead, St Fillans & Strathyre)