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Rent a holiday home, apartment or cottage in Killin from just £42 per night
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Popular holiday rental amenities in Killin
Using our filters will help you find the perfect accommodation in Killin. HomeToGo's data highlights that internet and TVs prove to be the most frequently offered amenities in Killin. Begin your holiday planning in advance if you are a grill master or you want a rental providing a cot. There are just 4 properties listed including barbecues and 8 lettings with cots.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Killin
More than half of the properties (58.41%) in Killin are hotel rooms. They are the most prevalent holiday lettings there. The average size of hotel rooms in Killin is 16 m², with an average price of £141 per night. Moreover, most hotel rooms in Killin can host 3 people, which makes Killin a perfect holiday spot for couples and small groups. House rentals are the other most common accommodation option in Killin. The average size of house rentals in Killin is 120 m² , and the average price is £201 a night.
Find a holiday cottage in picturesque Killin
Nestled at the west end of picturesque Loch Tay and surrounded by the hills of Highland Perthshire, Killin is an idyllic spot to rent a holiday cottage and explore this beautiful part of Scotland.
What are the best activities for families in Killin?
Active sports on Loch Tay
Older children will enjoy trying out the range of water sports available on Loch Tay. You can hire sailing boats, canoes, paddle boards or just go for a swim if the weather is warm enough. Extreme sports are also on offer on the River Tay including white water rafting, for those who enjoy living on the edge. The Scottish Crannog Centre, a unique museum on Loch Tay showcasing what life was like for prehistoric people in the area, is a great kids' attraction for a rainy day.
Where are the unique attractions in Killin?
Enjoy Highland Perthshire's natural beauty
The spectacular Falls of Dochart are also located at the western end of Loch Tay, within Killin itself. If you have a car, you should drive along the shore of Loch Tay and visit some if the other pretty villages in area. Fortingall, home of what may be the oldest tree in Britain, Kenmore, with its unusually decorated houses and buildings and the slightly larger town of Aberfeldy, where you can walk up the Birks of Aberfeldy made famous by the poem by Rabbie Burns.
What are the best events and festivals in Killin?
Experience Scottish culture at Killin Highland Games
Killin, like many Highland Perthshire villages, hold their own Highland Games every summer in Breadalbane Park. Highland Games feature traditional Scottish sports like tossing the caber, as well as demonstrations of Highland dancing. The annual Mhor Festival, held every May in nearby Balquhidder, celebrates local food produce from the region with stalls and cooking demonstrations as well as musical performances and entertainment for children.
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