Kenmore is a stunningly beautiful village set amidst the mountains of Highland Perthshire. Dating from the 16th century the whole village is now a conservation area. Its history and wide variety of activities makes it the place to visit.
Nestling on the banks of the River Tay, the Kenmore Hotel is Scotland’s oldest inn and is steeped in history. Offering delightful rooms, a restaurant and bars, all in an unrivalled location, it’s the perfect place for a relaxing getaway, catching up with family and friends.
There are 40 comfortable bedrooms that feature every modern convenience including stylish bathrooms with luxury amenities, wi-fi internet access and widescreen televisions with satellite TV and DVD player.
The Kenmore Hotel offers a number of delicious dining options, which are open throughout the year. Enjoy unrivalled panoramic vistas of the River Tay and surrounding countryside, at the Grill Room or the Boar’s Head, if it’s a nice day, dine al fresco on the terrace overlooking the Tay; or the Poet’s Bar, a traditional Highland bar featuring an open fire, is also a lovely place to relax with your friends or family.
Set in breathtaking scenery amidst the majestic mountains of Highland Perthshire, you’ll find the hotel in the beautiful little village of Kenmore. Our national bard, Rabbie Burns was so struck by the area, that he composed a poem sitting on the bridge over the Tay and wrote it in pencil on the chimney breast of the fireplace in the Poet’s Bar at the Kenmore Hotel– and where you’ll find it to this day
With wonderful small towns nearby such as Aberfeldy and Pitlochry and a vast array of attractions and outdoor activities, Highland Perthshire has something to interest all ages and budgets. Whatever the reason for your visit and whether your interest is historical sites, outdoor adventure, speciality shopping or culinary delicacies, flora and fauna, or the great game of golf, you’ll find an abundance of things to see and do.