For a relaxing Scottish Highland holiday, whether you enjoy climbing, hillwalking, watersports, golf, fishing, or local leisurely strolls, Killin is the village to visit, and Larachbeag is the ideal accommodation for two people who enjoy the outdoors.
Comfortable, and with an open fire to welcome you in winter or spring, Larachbeag is a ground-floor, one-bedroom cottage flat, on the main street of this picturesque village.
At the west of the village, the road crosses an ancient bridge at the Falls of Dochart, stunning in full spate, and a popular place to roam across the rock slabs in warm weather when the water is low.
From the village, the mountain ridge Meall nan Tarmachan can be seen, with Perthshire's highest peak, Ben Lawers, beyond. These mountains, and many of their neighbours, are easily accessed by walkers and climbers, in both winter and summer. Some lower level, less strenuous walks start from within the village.
Sron a' Chlachain, a lower hill overlooking the village, is a popular walk, which starts from Breadalbane Park, in the village centre. The park is also the venue for major annual events, such as the Killin Show and the Highland Games.
Breadalbane Park and Meall nan Tarmachan
There are several golf courses in the area, including one in Killin, and watersport centres on Loch Earn and Loch Tay, all equally easy to reach.
Killin has many tea-shops, restaurants and hotels, offering a range of eating, from snacks and bar meals to a la carte.