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.
The privately owned Kenmore Hotel is situated in the heart of the Scottish Highlands, deep within Rob Roy and Campbell country. Nestling on the banks of the River Tay, the hotel is famous for its warmth, charm, Highland hospitality and vivid history. A beautiful setting and historical location offer a touch of paradise unspoilt by time with rooms, restaurants and bars offering superb views of the surrounding mountains and river. Rabbie Burns in 1787 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 our Poets Bar - where it is to this day. The Kenmore Hotel is ideal for touring across rural Perthshire in the HIghlands of Scotland. Furthermore the area ia rich in things to see and do including golfing breaks, salmon fishing on River Tay and water sports on Loch Tay, walking and cycling, with castles and historic place a plenty.