Visit Kenmore and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Kenmore, Perth and Kinross. This charming village, at the East end of Loch Tay, was added to and enhanced in 1760 by the 3rd Earl of Breadalbane. In 1774, the bridge over the Tay where the river leaves the East end of the loch was built with the help of £1,000 from the Commissioners of Forfeited Estates.
Robert Burns visited Kenmore, and over the fire-place of the inn parlour, where it can still be seen, wrote lines in praise of the village and the view from the bridge.
Some 2 miles East of Kenmore at Croft Moraig is the finest group of standing stones in Perth and Kinross. A double circle of stones has been set on a specially prepared platform, 185 ft in diameter, outlined by large boulders of which one is cup-marked.
From Kenmore, a loose-surfaced road, with steep gradients, climbs above the South shore of the loch to cross the watershed into Glen Quaich. This route is not recommended for cars, but those who do not mind a stiff climb will be rewarded by a superb panoramic view.
Nearby towns: Aberfeldy, Crieff, Pitlochry
Nearby villages: Acharn, Amulree, Ardeonaig, Ardtalnaig, Auchnafree, Dull, Dunalastair, Fearnan, Fortingall, Foss, Grandtully, Innerhadden, Killin, Kinloch Rannoch, Remony, Tummel Bridge, Weem
Have you decided to visit Kenmore or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Kenmore bed and breakfast (a Kenmore B&B or Kenmore b and b)
- a Kenmore guesthouse
- a Kenmore hotel (or motel)
- a Kenmore self-catering establishment, or
- other Kenmore accommodation