Bridge of Gaur Guesthouse is nestled at the West end of Loch Rannoch, in the heart of Highland Perthshire.Originally built in 1878 by Sir Robert Menzies, part of the Clan Menzies our granite farmhouse sits proud in an elevated position looking towards The Bridge of Gaur, also built by the Menzies Clan, in commemoration to the crowning of the young Queen Victoria. Bridge of Gaur is in the middle of nowhere, an ideal place to get away from the hustle & bustle of everyday noise and traffic. The tranquil setting of the Bridge of Gaur Guesthouse is set 5 miles from Rannoch Moor, one of the last wilderness areas in Europe.With the loch and river on the doorstep you can enjoy fishing, walking, cycling, sailing, windsurfing or canoeing. There are plenty of forestry walking tracks to discover and footpaths to Glencoe, Bridge of Orchy, Glen Lyon or head North on The Road to Isles. Alternatively take the train from Rannoch Station on the West Highland line to Fort William and Mallaig, the journey is rated as “The Best”railway journey in the World. All set within some of Scotland’s most beautiful natural scenery which is prolific in wildlife, flora and fauna perfect for the keen naturalist, artist or photographer.On your return to the guesthouse relax and enjoy a hearty home cooked meal and maybe indulge in a wee dram and unwind in the peace, comfort and tranquillity of our renovated and refurbished guesthouse.The area of Highland Perthshire has something to offer everyone all year. Here you can relax and unwind or head out into the beautiful fresh air and stunning scenery, so grab your walking shoes, kayak or bicycle and come and find yourself in the middle of nowhere! We look forward to seeing you soon.