Lochearnhead (Scottish Gaelic: Ceann Loch Èireann) is a village on the A84 Stirling to Crianlarich road at the foot of Glen Ogle, 14 miles (23 km) north of the Highland Boundary Fault. It is situated at the western end of Loch Earn where the A85 road from Crieff meets the A84.
Things to do in Lochearnhead
4.5 based on 118 reviews
Fabulous lunch and excellent value using an itison voucher. We were greeted by friendly staff and enjoyed an aperitif while waiting on our friends to arrive . The menu was inventive and interesting. We weren't rushed and enjoyed a relaxing leisurely meal in beautiful surroundings. We enjoyed it so much we booked to come back for an overnight stay and dinner! ( because I'm worth it!)
4.5 based on 136 reviews
Very nice surroundings, good service and very enjoyable meal. Good clean facilities. Only one complaint - why is the salt put in an open dish for people to dip fingers in? Not hygienic.
4.5 based on 78 reviews
Whether relaxing over dinner in our award winning Conservatory Restaurant overlooking Loch Earn, enjoying a bar snack, or getting ready for the day ahead over breakfast, our kitchen team will do all they can to make dining a highlight of your visit to Achray House.Perthshire is often called Scotland's larder, and at Achray House we are eager to use this abundance of local produce in our contemporary Scottish menus. We draw heavily on local game, beef, pork and lamb, as well as shellfish from the west coast of Scotland, and fish from the east coast to put the best of the season on your plate. Our a la carte menu features seasonal dishes, daily changing specials and a few perennial favourites, whilst our bar menu is classic bar food with a Scottish twist, such as venison lasagne. Titillate your taste buds by browsing our bar menu, or samples of a winter menu, spring menu or summer menu . Our chef and his team are also happy to prepare your favourite dishes or cater for special dietary needs by prior arrangement.
Myself and my fiancee had a meal here on a Saturday night. The restaurant is within a lovely conservatory with views out over Loch Earn.
Staff were very friendly and service was good, it's not a huge restaurant so it was all very personal.
I went for the 7 course tasting menu, and every course was excellent! All my plates went back empty. It also included a cocktail to begin with, and tea/coffee at the end.
Would recommend that menu to anyone.
4.5 based on 103 reviews
Well our friends took us for dinner at the hotels restaurant. Pleasantly surprised as we have visited the area a couple of times but never visited before. The hotel and restaurant are nicely decorated and very clean.
The wecome is warmly and second to none. The staff are very friendly and helpful.
The menu is small but the variety of dishes is well balanced. The food was presented well and of a good quantity.
I had the haggis to start with and was beautiful. My main course was the steak which was slightly over cook as i asked for rare and im sad to say was tastless. This was back up by my friend who had the same and agreed. Everybody else in our party found there dishes of a good standard.
The cheese board was lovely and the creme brulee was described by two guests as the best they had ever had.
All in all the minor slip with the steak, i would be visiting again on my next trip.
4 based on 536 reviews
Across the road from the waterfall this is a pleasant location to have lunch.
The menu is not extensive but there seems to be all the major options covered.
Prices are quite high but as this was the only place we ate I cannot compare them.
Killin is a very pleasant town and well worth a visit and you must spend a few minutes getting some photographs of the falls.
4 based on 271 reviews
We had a three course meal here on Friday 3rd November. The food was lovely! Thoroughly recommend the game terrine, mushroom pasta and the curry. The cheese board is amazing. Saturday 4th November we had burgers and they were amazing! The food is tasty, good portions and very good value!
5 based on 44 reviews
If you are considering eating at this place you shouldn't consider any more... just make it happen, you will not be disappointed. It's taken me a year to come back and write this review , not because it wasn't worthy of a review back then but because it was so good reviewing it almost seemed silly. What words would I find to express my delight of the exceptional food, friendly knowledgeable service and welcoming homely environment? Over the last 12 months I have been lucky to explore other highly rated establishments in the U.K. and across Scandinavia and Iceland. It is only after experiencing these places that I felt I had to return to review this special place. Monachyle Mhor doesn't shout about where it stands in comparison to others, nor does it have to! The location is beautiful... if you can fly in onto water then do so! The scenery is so beautiful and the hotel nestles happily into the land in an understated way. The people are just so friendly and don't be surprised if the owners get chatting to you. This is not a pompous place! If you are looking for obvious flashiness then this might not be the place for you! There are dogs in the court yard and wellies lined up at the door. If you are looking for great food that is beautifully presented and uses local ingredients and local knowledge then you are in for a real treat. The food is not overly expensive, but be prepared to pay a few bucks for the wine. After years of travelling and eating our way across Europe, we still talk fondly of this place and would love to come back!
4.5 based on 260 reviews
Genuinely family run small hotel with comfortable en quite bedrooms, great food and welcoming team. The restaurant serves only fresh locally produced prepared and presented food treated with care and served by friendly, hospitable local staff in a traditional family run Scottish Inn.
A very nice hotel with a reasonable size restaurant, pleasant staff and excellent food. On offer on the specials menu was a fish pie, not ever having eaten one before I can only say it was one of the tastiest pies I have ever had the pleasure of eating! Packed full of fish and all kinds of seafood my tastebuds literally loved every bite!
My wife chose the veal which whilst it was a very large portion she found it very bland despite the tasty sauce that accompanied it.
The two meals with 2 large glasses of house wine and a pint of bitter came to £47 not a bad price to pay.
4.5 based on 161 reviews
The Golden Larches is a privately owned restaurant/coffee shop with rooms which lies within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National park, on the A84 tourist route between Stirling and Lochearnhead.In this stunning location, the Golden Larches proprietors, Alistair and Alida Buchan and all their staff offer personal attention to service in a relaxed, informal atmosphere. With comfortable rooms and some of the best Scottish food available, we will ensure that you have a memorable visit.The Golden Larches at Balquihidder Station is the perfect location to unwind and explore the outstanding natural beauty of Scotland. Visit us and enjoy the warm friendly service and modern comforts of thisrestaurant with rooms. Our bedrooms are all individually decorated and have en-suite facilities and our cosy restaurant is ideal after a hard day of walking, shooting, fishing, golfing, cycling, bird watching, motorcycling or just relaxing.We look forward to welcoming you to the Golden Larches
We are staying locally and decided to pop in for dinner on Saturday. It looked quite with only one car in the carpark, usually a worrying sign. However once in doubts where pushed aside. There was only one other table in but they stop food around 8 and we arrived at 7 ish. (We booked a table but I dont think that was needed). The staff where all friendly and happy to chat to us about the local history (train line). Food was great, pies where filling and the burger was bigger than expected (ask for extra onion rings!). Puddings where nice too. Worth a visit, much more down to earth than the other restaurants in the area.
4 based on 376 reviews
near the junction of Main st and Craignavie rd
Restaurant was very quiet when we went mid-January. But, to be expected as not tourist season.
Open all year round - unlike many other places to eat nearby. This was our third option after other places were closed for winter.
Good portions and decent prices. Simple food (sandwiches, toasties, baked potatoes etc) but good enough for us.
Has a view over the waterfall if you get a window seat.
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