Private Car Park
Golf in Local Area
On the southern shore of Loch Tay, amongst some of the most beautiful scenery in Europe, Ardeonaig Hotel is a very special hotel in a spectacular location.
Private Car Park
Golf in Local Area
Number of Bedrooms: 19
Parking Spaces: 20
Steps into Hotel: 0
Check In Time: 2pm
Check Out Time: 10:30am
The Ardeonaig Hotel near Killin has a long history and has been welcoming travellers since the 16th century, when it gave shelter and sustenance to drovers moving their flocks to market. This unique and secluded hotel near Stirling can be reached just over an hour from Glasgow or Edinburgh, however you will feel a million miles away from the pressures of modern life.
Each of the guest bedrooms have been finished to an exacting high standard, with luxurious linens, contemporary decor and lavishly appointed bathrooms complete with Molton Brown toiletries. Each room contains an iron and ironing board and a complimentary hospitality tray providing tea and coffee making facilities and snacks.
The restaurant at the Ardeonaig Hotel offers refined classic dining, with a smattering of contemporary touches. The team of chefs work to exacting standards and only ever with the freshest and best of ingredients, sourced both locally and from further afield.
Under new ownership and reopening in June 2016 after an extensive refurbishment.
The Ardeonaig Hotel in Ardeonaig offers late deals and special offers throughout the year.
Make yourself at home.
Whether returning to the hotel from activities in the surrounding countryside or sated from an exquisite dinner in the restaurant you know you can relax here.
All of the guest bedrooms have been finished to an exacting high standard, with luxurious linens, contemporary decor and lavishly appointed bathrooms. All are decorated in relaxing tones, receiving plenty of natural light.
All of the classic rooms are situated in the main hotel building.
When staying on one of the Loch View Rooms start your day with breathtaking views out over the grounds towards Loch Tay and Ben Lawers.
Cottage Garden Suites and Garden Bothys
Located in a converted cottage adjacent to the hotel, the two cottage suites provide some of the most luxurious accommodation on offer. Or choose from one of the five bothy’s, each sitting on the side of the Ardeonaig burn itself.
And, of course, some of Scotland’s most magnificent scenery peacefully awaits you just outside.
Each features super king (US queen) sized beds, large floor plan bedrooms and spacious bathrooms with free standing baths and walk in showers. These rooms can also be made as twins should you prefer. And, of course, some of Scotland’s most magnificent scenery peacefully awaits you just outside. We invite our guests to experience the ultimate comfort of a stay at Ardeonaig.
To make your stay that little bit special, you can include extras in your booking such as Champagne, fresh fruit, handmade luxury chocolates and cut flowers.
Bar & Restaurant
Loch Tay sits at the heart of an extraordinary natural larder. Wild game, fresh fish and organically-farmed meat is sourced practically from our doorstep, and depending on the season, wild garlic from the banks of our burn or girolles mushrooms foraged from the surrounding woods may make an appearance on the menu.
A La Carte Dining
During dinner, we can offer two courses or three courses from the A La Carte menu.
The Chef's seasonal recommendation (ranging from 5 to 7 courses dependent on season) are also available for £65 per person. Well worth the extra for that special experience!
Sample Breakfast Menu
Sample Bar Menu
Sample A La Carte Menu
Restaurant Opening Times:
8.00am - 10.00am
12.30pm - 2.45pm
7.00pm - 8.45pm
The team work very hard to prepare a daily changing menu and they do hope that allied to Ardeonaig's spectacular location, guests, resident and non-resident enjoy a wonderfully unique experience.
Please note that the menus featured on this page are samples, and may not reflect the seasonal changes to the current menu.
Directions to Ardeonaig Hotel near Killin
Approximately 73 miles from Edinburgh Airport (1 hr 40 minute drive)
On approach from the east of the country via Kenmore, take the South Loch Tay road and carry on for approximately 7 miles down the single track road
Approximately 68 miles from Glasgow Airport (1hr 40 minute drive)
On approach from the West and via Killin at the Falls of Dochart, take the South Loch Tay road and follow for approximately 7 miles down the single track road
(South Loch Tay road is unsuitable for coaches.)
Pitlochry Railway Station - 1 hour drive.
Crianlarich Railway Station - 1 hour drive.
Hotel Notice Board
Unless otherwise stated guests staying on a rate inclusive of Dinner will receive an allocation of £22.50pppn towards the a la carte menu
Perthshire and Loch Tay are amongst the world’s best known locations for salmon and trout fishing At Ardeonaig. Naturally, the area is a great draw for walkers.
Other activities to fill busy, happy days include mountain-biking, bird-watching, sailing, golf, climbing and discovering the fascinating history of this area, where Iron Age peoples built many defensible man-made islands called Crannogs on the loch.
But there’s no rule to say you have to be active here. Many of our guests are content simply to stroll, sit, and soak in some of the most magnificent scenery in Europe.
There are numerous gardens open to the public in the local area, the better-known of these being Cluny or Bolfracks gardens.
Dewar's Aberfeldy Distillery
Just three miles from the birth place of founder John Dewar, the Aberfeldy Distillery is the only distillery built by the Dewar family. We are situated very closely to the distillery, and are more than happy to arrange visits and transport to and from the distillery.
Pitlochry Hydroelectric Dam
Pitlochry Hydroelectric Dam and Fish Ladder spans the River Tummel at Pitlochry in Perthshire, Scotland. It was built between 1947 and 1951. By damming the River Tummel, Loch Faskally was created behind it.
Part of the Scottish Antiques Trail, Killin gallery has the largest selection of etchings in Scotland, with typically over 150 in stock at any one time. Including artists such as Wyllie, Blampied, Soper, Langmead and Briscoe.
Scottish Crannog Centre
A crannog is a type of ancient loch-dwelling found throughout Scotland and Ireland dating from 2,500 years ago. An important part of our heritage, many crannogs were built out in the water as defensive homesteads and represented symbols of power and wealth. The centre is a very short drive from Ardeonaig.
Taymouth Marina Watersports
The new watersports & activity centre is located in new purpose built facilities at Taymouth Marina. With a modern fleet of boats, equipment and new training facility, activities include canoe, motorboat, pedalo and topper hire.
Those with a fishing permit are able to fish at any point of public land around the loch. If, however, you are not the holder of a permit, we can arrange fishing privately at the back of the hotel's estate.