Coach House Hotel is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Killin, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the guest house.
The property also features free breakfast to make your visit even more pleasant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
If you’re looking for a pub, consider a visit to Bridge of Lochay Hotel, The Falls of Dochart Inn, or The Coach House Lounge Bar, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Coach House Hotel.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Falls of Dochart (0.7 mi), Stone Circle Killin (0.6 mi), and Killin Railway Viaduct (0.8 mi), which are all within walking distance of the guest house.
Enjoy your stay in Killin!
Was a little worried after reading previously posted reviews. I shouldn't have been it was a Great price, comfortable room, clean fresh beds, lovely hot shower and a warm welcome. Lovely cooked breakfast this morning before setting out to climb 2 Munros. We'll definitely stay again!
Difficult days for everyone. We were staying at the caravan and motorhome site nearby. We spotted the sign outside the hotel which advised booking and we did. On arrival, Covid regs were followed throughout and during our stay were maintained by the staff and other guests. The food took a little time to appear but was both warm and fresh, two starters and two mains and coffee, plus a little booze, nice. We enjoyed a chat with the staff, the parrot and the dog (woof, woof, "that's my other dog impression" to quote Donald Sutherland). In better years than 2020, the bar room has great character and would have been a rare hub for music and joy. Pity Covid kicked it into touch.
We stayed here for two nights at the end of a tour of Scotland. After reading reviews we were prepared to leave early and forfeit the payment. However, we were pleasantly surprised both by the staff and our room. Yes, our initial greeting was somewhat ascerbic but when we engaged the owner in conversation later, she was perfectly friendly and explained the difficulties they had experienced since closing in March. She was understandably concerned about wastage of room items, e.g. milk sachets. We had a very pleasant room on the top floor - not good for my ageing knees - but I managed the final narrow staircase. We also had scaffolding outside one of our windows but there was no one working there and it had been taken down when we returned at the end of our first full day. The outside had been painted. Our room was huge with an entry section with wardrobe, two seating areas, one with a sofa; the other with two arm chairs. A king size comfortable bed faced a flat screen tv. The bathroom was an adequate size with bath and shower over. The time and food for breakfast had to be pre-ordered but this was standard in most of our hotels on our trip. The food was of good quality, well cooked and served in a very elegant breakfast room. This had been expertly and tastefully decorated during lockdown. Unfortunately, I cannot be as generous about the food in the evenings, which was unappetising and unimaginative. Nevertheless, as a place to lay your head in comfort I can recommend this hotel and would certainly return myself.…
Spent one night here. Was surprised our room had scaffolding outside window with work being done. Very awkward with man working outside whilst we were in room unpacking etc felt we had no option to relax in room. Lady greeted us was not overly friendly same on check out.. no asking how stay was etc. Shower very tight so uncomfortable if you are on tall side. Break fast adequate had to be pre ordered. Would not stay again.
We arrived here at 4pm last Sunday after a long 7 hour drive. Rang the front door bell, a woman answered and we were met by the smell of rancid chip fat. She asked if we had a reservation, she showed us our room, and gave us some information. No welcome at all. I noticed the room wasn't very clean, especially the bathroom. The toilet had a long black hair stuck to the bowl, another short hair on the sink, there were dirty skirting boards and cobwebs in the room. I went down later to see the Manageress about this but couldn't find her. Went through to the bar, nobody serving, waited 5 mins, gave up. Down for breakfast next morning, breakfast was ok. Went out for the day, came back and hoped the room would have been cleaned, at least the toilet, but no. When I found the Manageress I told her I wasn't happy about the cleaning, she said she would sort it out. Went out the next day, all day, came back and could see someone had done some cleaning, but not the toilet. I spoke to her about this again, she told me she had checked and it was fine. It wasn't. She was rude and argumentative. We decided to cut short our stay. When I checked out I went to pay, told her how i felt about our experience, and she tried to snatch my credit card out if my hand! We had chosen this place based on ratings and reviews. I cannot believe where some of these reviews have come from, many rating the Coach House as fabulous, it is definitely not and we would never stay here again. Take our advice and don't bother!…