Click the map for tourism ideas Perthshire is bordered by the Ochill Hills to the southeast and the Grampian mountains which define the beginning of the Highlands in the north-west. The County town of Perth lies on Britain's biggest river, the Tay. The River contains more water than the Severn and Thames added together. The whole county is steeped in history - not just Romans, Picts and Celts, the county also has links with Macbeth, William Walace, Robert Bruce, Mary Queen of Scots, Rob Roy Macgregor, Bonnie Prince Charlie and Robert Burns.
Falls Of Dochart Inn


Gray Street, Killin, Tayside FK21 8SL. Tel: 01567 820270
Situated next to the spectacular Falls of Dochart this excellent inn serves great food and local ales along with a fine selection of Scottish Whiskies.
Moulin Inn

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Pitlochry, Perthshire, Tayside PH16 5EW. Tel: 01796 472196
Less than a mile outside Pitlochry the Moulin Hotel is well worth the short trip up the hill to Moulin. Dating back to 1695 the Moulin not only serves great food, but serves excellent ales created in it's own brewery. With a babbling brook passing to the rear of the inn where you can watch the local wildlife from the dining room, you wont find a much better base in Central Scotland.
Old Mill Inn

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Pitlochry, Perthshire, Tayside PH16 5BH. Tel: 01796 474020
Converted Corn Mill with good food, a selection of local whiskies and traditional local ales.
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