The Old Smiddy
A Bed and Breakfast in West Highland Way
The Old Smiddy
- West Highland Way
- 1 x
- 2 x Double
As visitors to Killin for over 10 years, Michael and Lynn Crow saw the great potential the building and its location offered and set about buying and restoring it to its former glory and provide quality bed and breakfast accommodation in Killin. The Riverview Rooms offers unique bed and breakfast accommodation in Killin, overlooking the famous Falls of Dochart stone bridge and Inchbuie island, with the ancient Clan McNab burial ground and graves dating back to the 16th century. The bed and breakfast forms part of The Old Smiddy which has been lovingly restored as a cosy Coffee Shop and Bistro.
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Type: Capacity: 3 adults 1 child Bathroom: Ensuite In Room: The most spacious of our three rooms, able to accommodate a family of four, with views overlooking both the Falls Of Dochart to the front and Sron a Chlachain to the rear.
The Ruby Room
Type: Double Capacity: 2 adults Bathroom: Ensuite In Room: Overlooks the Falls of Dochart, stone bridge and island. Houses a double bed and makes for the perfect retreat after exploring the village and beyond!
The Paris Room
Type: Double Capacity: 2 adults Bathroom: Ensuite In Room: With Decor inspired by our first stay in Paris, our third room looks out over Sron a Chlachain and the setting sun as it finally dips behind the mountains of Glen Lochay, Glen Lyon and Glen Coe beyond.
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West Highland Way
The West Highland Way is an unbroken 95 mile path from Milnagavie, on the outskirts of Glasgow, along the shores of Loch Lomond and up through Glencoe and Rannoch Moor to Fort William. It is well signposted throughout to the extent that a map is barely needed, is well populated with camp sites, hostels and bunkhouses. The scenery is a cross section of all the beauty of Scotland and you walk through the heart of Scotland's economic and cultural heritage. From Ardlui in the South to Bridge of Orchy (not far from Fort William) the railway tracks the path, so you can even bring the young and old.