The easiest and perhaps the most scenic way to arrive at the hotel is by rail on the magnificent West Highland Railway Line alighting at Rannoch Station which is situated approximately 50m from our door.
The Caledonian Sleeper
The Caledonian Sleeper service often refered to as “The Deerstalker” runs every night, except Saturday. It provides a direct link from London Euston to Rannoch, calling at Crewe, Preston, Edinburgh & Glasgow along the way.
The sleeper arrives at Rannoch in time for a full Scottish Breakfast at 8.46am.
The service was taken over by Serco on the 31st March 2015 and they have some fantastic plans to overhaul this iconic service including new trains by 2018.
Booking is available 12 months in advance.
Visit The Caledonian Sleeper Website or call the Guest Service Centre on – 0330 060 0500
(If calling from overseas please call +44 141 555 0888)
The sprinter train runs three times a day in both directions from Glasgow Queen Street to Fort William and then on to Mallaig. All trains stop at Rannoch. To book your rail ticket call Scotrail Reservations – 08457 55 00 33 or visit the Scotrail Website.
The hotel is located approximately 40 miles from Pitlochry.
It is reached by turning off the A9 just north of Pitlochry and following the B8019 to Tummel Bridge, then the B846 takes you through the village of Kinloch Rannoch and along the north shore of Loch Rannoch. Follow this road to the very end!!!
To obtain a plan of your journey, please visit the AA Route Planner. Our postcode is PH17 2QA
Make sure that you fill up with fuel before you travel. The nearest petrol stations are located at Pitlochry or Aberfeldy both over an hours drive from the hotel.
Please be aware that there is no road across Rannoch Moor. Travel to the A82, Glencoe, Fort William, Skye and other areas in the West involves a significant drive!!!
There is a regular bus service provided by Broons Buses which links Rannoch Station and Kinloch Rannoch. Timetables can be found here
Information on services to and from Kinloch Rannoch and other routes in Scotland are available from Traveline Scotland here or by calling 0871 200 22 33
You can of course choose to sample the challenge and adventure of traversing the moor. Routes are possible from Corrour Station, The Kings House near Glencoe and anywhere else that you wish to explore. If you need some advice then we will be happy to help (the navigation however is up to you!!!)
There are plenty of routes around the Rannoch area and the B846 leads you straight to our door.
We have 5 bikes for hire to our guests to help you explore Rannoch.If you are planning on bringing your own bike remember you need to book a place for your bike on the train as spaces are limited.