The Struan Inn is situated on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park and is ideally located for exploring the nearby village of Blair Atholl (5 miles away) with its famous castle, Pitlochry (12 miles away) with its two distilleries, the market town of Aberfeldy and the historic village of Dunkeld. The Inn is just one minute from the A9, but is in a quiet, rural location just at the start of Glen Errochty. A paradise for walkers, stalkers and cyclists, the Struan Inn is an ideal country escape.
    Nearby Points of Interest
  • House of Bruar (2 mi)
  • One of the most prestigious shopping venues in Scotland, the House of Bruar offers a range of quality country clothing and fine foods.
  • Blair Castle (6 mi)
  • Historic castle home to the Atholl Highlanders, the only private army in Europe. Pony trekking and land rover tours are also available.
  • Atholl Country Life Museum (6 mi)
  • A fascinating museum providing an insight into how people in the area used to live. Find out about some of the local personalities from days gone by, such as Sgt. Major Donald MacBeath of the Atholl Highlanders, gamekeeper, hero of the Crimean war and admired by Queen Victoria.
  • Blair Atholl Water Mill (6 mi)
  • Working water mill with bakery, tea room and shop.
  • Blair Athol Distillery (18 mi)
  • Whisky distillery offering tours and tasting.
  • Nearby Activities
  • Loch Faskally Boating Station (18 mi)
  • Fishing, cafe and boat hire on Loch Faskally.
  • Highland Safaris (22 mi)
  • Highland Safaris winner of the ‘Best Visitor Experience` in Scotland combine exhilarating Land Rover Safaris, our new Red Deer Centre, inspiring walking and Biking activities and Perthshire’s only Gold and Gem Panning Centre. Relax and enjoy our cosy café and shop situated in a unique and stunning location. A truly authentic discovery of everything that makes Perthshire an exceptional destination.
  • Nae Limits (23 mi)
  • Adventure activities such as river rafting and canyoning.
  • Blair Atholl Golf Club (6 mi)
  • 9 hole golf course. Friendly and used by many of the local players.
  • Explore Rannoch & Tummel (13 mi)
  • There is so much to explore in the Rannoch and Tummel area. The village of Kinloch Rannoch is the gateway to the beautiful Loch Rannoch. With plenty of places to stop and take in the view the loch is a perfect round-trip. If you fancy going a little further, go on to Rannoch Station and catch the train to Fort William. Perhaps treat yourself to a trip on the Steam Train to Mallaig, made famous in the Harry Potter films. For the mountain-lovers, Schiehallion is definitely worth a climb.
  • Local Events
  • The Enchanted Forest (October) (10 mi)
  • Sound and light show in the spectacular setting of Faskally Wood from 5th to 27th October.
  • Glenfiddich Piping and Fiddle Championships (Oct) (6 mi)
  • Hear some of the finest pipers and fiddlers in action in the spectacular setting of Blair Castle.
  • The Atholl Highlanders Parade & Highland Gathering (6 mi)
  • See the spectacle of the Atholl Highlanders, the only private army in Europe, parading at Blair Castle on the last weekend in May. The next day, visit the Atholl Gathering, a traditional Highland Games with heavy events, highland dancing and solo piping.
  • The Etape Caledonia (May) (18 mi)
  • A closed road cycle race that starts and finishes in Pitlochry but takes in some of the most spectacular scenery in Scotland. 81 miles in total.
  • Blair Castle International Horse Trials (August) (6 mi)
  • One of the major events on the horse trial calendar as some of the best equestrian athletes gather at Blair Castle.
  • Local Amenities
  • ATM machine (6 mi)
  • ATM machine
  • Tilt Stores (6 mi)
  • Spar shop selling range of products and newspapers
  • Blair Atholl Garage (6 mi)
  • Filling station and repairs.
  • Atholl Stores (6 mi)
  • General store selling newspapers and groceries.
  • Davidsons Chemist (18 mi)
  • Chemist with pharmacy counter
The South - A9 House of Bruar junction
(1.0mi, 1.6km)

Head north on A9. One mile north of the House of Bruar junction, turn left toward B847 (signs for Calvine/Struan/B847). Turn right at the junction signposted Tummel Bridge and Kinloch Rannoch. Continue under the railway bridge. After 50 metres, turn right onto an unmarked road. The Struan Inn is 100 metres on the right hand side.
The North - A9 at Dalwhinnie
(18.0mi, 29.0km)

Continue travelling south on the A9 from Dalwhinnie. After approximately 18 miles, turn right at the junction for Calvine toward B847 (signs for Calvine/Struan/B847). Turn right at the junction signposted Tummel Bridge and Kinloch Rannoch. Continue under the railway bridge. After 50 metres, turn right onto an unmarked road. The Struan Inn is 100 metres on the right hand side.

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Overall rating: 4.8 out of 5
 One night whilst travelling through. A bit off the beaten track, but very good and deserves to be found. 
Deborah / Sep 17
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