Getting Here



If you are familiar with the app what3words - ///mountains.hurt.hatter will take you straight to the front door, alternatively you can use the postcode of PH17 2QD in your Satnav and lookout for the Kenaclacher Steading sign on the B846 just prior to the Bridge of Gaur junction.

From the A9
Exit the A9 north at Calvine after the House of Bruar and travel along the B847 following the signs for Kinloch Rannoch.  At Dunalastair you should make a sharp right turn at the T junction and onto the B846 still heading towards Kinloch Rannoch village.  Granary Cottage is approximately 25 minute drive west past Kinloch Rannoch village on the B846, it is located just prior to the junction for the Bridge of Gaur.

Alternatively you can arrive by train at Rannoch Railway Station which is only 5.5 miles west of the Cottage. Scotrail provides a regular train service on the highly acclaimed West Highland line running north through Fort William to Mallaig or south to Glasgow Central. The Caledonian Sleeper service to and from London Euston links Rannoch directly into the heart of London.

 

A local ‘demand public transport service’ operates in the area including Kinloch Rannoch and Rannoch Railway Station. The service is called Rannoch Dial-a-Bus and is free for the holders of a Scottish National Entitlement Card. The service operates between 07.00 x 22.00 hours - Monday to Saturday.

Mr Jurgen Rehling Tel 01882 633398  -  07971 540282

Mr Gordon Brown Tel 01882 632733  -  07881 822216

Ordnance Survey maps covering the area and maybe useful for your visit are;  OS Explorer 385 details Rannoch Moor and Ben Alder and the OS Explorer Map 386 which details the Pitlochry and Loch Tummel area.