Craigbuie House

Craigbuie Guest House

Craigbuie House Killin

Craigbuie House Killin Guest Bedroom 2 Guest Bedroom 5 Guest Bedroom 4

General Information for Craigbuie Guest House

Owner(s): Sue & Vic Hughes

Main Street,
FK21 8UH.
Phone: +44 (0) 1567 820439 or
0845 674830 Email: Contact Us
Web Site: Craigbuie Guest House

Sue and Vic warmly welcome you to Craigbuie Guest House. Situated in the centre of the village of Killin, Perthshire and is a large Victorian house built in 1884.


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The accommodation provides relaxing, quality bed and breakfast (B&B) all year round with 7 comfortable en-suite bedrooms. Our rooms are able to offer great flexibility with doubles, triples and a family suite to suit 5 and the Tarmachan suite with it's own private bathroom with corner bath. You can enjoy a freshly 'cooked to order, while you wait' Scottish Breakfast in our comfortable dining room.

Visitors to Craigbuie Guest House will enjoy:

  • A high standard of guest accommodation in a beautiful house
  • Wonderful views of the Tarmachans Hills
  • Convenient location only a few minutes walk from village
  • Choice of a cooked traditional Perthshire breakfast or lighter options
  • Excellent guest facilities including TV in all rooms and free Wireless Broadband (Wi-Fi)
  • Good selection of local pubs and restaurants


The house enjoys uninterrupted views of the Tarmachans Hills. Killin centre is only a few minutes walk eaway and has an interesting selection of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants. Loch Tay and Ben Lawers are less that ten minutes drive. Visit the famous Falls of Dochart and the Breadalbane Centre.


Type and number of rooms:

Room 1 - Double bed and Single bed, en-suite shower.
Room 2 - Double bed and Single bed, en-suite shower.
Room 3 - King size bed ,en-suite shower.
Room 4 - (The Tarmachan Suite) King size bed Private Bathroom
Room 5 - Double bed, Single bed and bunk beds,en-suite shower.
Room 7 - Double bed, en-suite shower.
Room 8 - Double bed, en-suite shower.

Smoking Allowed: No

Disabled Facilities: No

Special Diets Provided: Yes - On request

Pets Allowed: No

Car Parking: Yes

Other: Walkers, Cyclists and Bikers welcomed


Check with the owner before planning your trip!
We are open ALL year, see availability chart


Our Rates All rooms from:
£36.00 per person per night on all rooms except Room 4
10% discount for more than 2 nights (not bank holidays). Other exceptions are:
Room 1 - (Reduction of £12 for children under 16).
Room 2 - (Reduction of £12 for children under 16).
Room 3 - No children.
Room 4 - No children.
Room 5 - Children at £12 off adult price.
Room 7 - No children.
Room 8 - No children.

  • All Major credit Cards Accepted
Directions - How to get here

By Car

From Stirling follow the A84 to Lochearnhead. Continue on the A85 for Crianlarich, up Glen Ogle and take the first turning right to Killin.

From Edinburgh follow the M90 to Perth, then follow the A9 to Inverness. Take the first exit for the A85 for Crieff and Comrie to Lochearnhead continue as per instructions from Lochearnhead.

From Inverness and Pitlochry follow the A9 south to Ballinhuig. Turn right onto the A827 for Aberfeldy and Kenmore. Stay on this road travelling on the north side of Loch Tay. Killin is situated at the westerly end of the loch.

From Glasgow and Stirling follow the A9 north, then the A822 and on reaching the outskirts of Stirling follow the A84 signed Grianlarich and Oban.

From Oban, Crianlarich and Loch Lomond follow the A85 east and on reaching the garage at Lix Toll turn left to Killin.

By Air

Both Edinburgh and Glasgow airports offer domestic and international flights. Pick up your hire car. Travelling time to Killin is about 1hour forty-five minutes by car.

Return to Killin accommodation from Craigbuie House

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