Many villages and towns along the route offer a range of accommodation, and there’s a wide choice in places such as Drymen, Aberfoyle and Callander. As you go further north, the options become sparser until you reach Aberfeldy and Pitlochry, both of which are well served.

If booking your own overnights, we suggest you start with the more difficult places first, for example Ardtalnaig: scroll down for the only two options that we’re aware of. First we list some useful websites for accommodation searches, and follow with selected links to places where options are sparse.

Be aware that the Glen Quaich extension (over 30 miles) is unlikely to be viable for walkers (unless wild camping) because of the closure of the hotel at Amulree (roughly at its mid-point). Scroll down for the only B&B within walking distance of the route from Glen Quaich (Corrymuckloch), but it has limited capacity and may be outside your budget.

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Aberfoyle iCentre

Hostelling Scotland

In Callander

Pitlochry iCentre

Visit Aberfeldy

Visit Breadalbane

Accommodation providers in ‘sparse’ destinations




near Amulree (Corrymuckloch)

Strathtay village

Strathtay village

Ardeonaig Hotel NB may be closed on Tuesdays

Kindrochit House, Ardtalnaig: [email protected]

Holly Cottage, Ardtalnaig: [email protected]

The Farmhouse, Corrymuckloch

Bendarroch House

Mouse Cottage