Mains of Taymouth

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9am - 11pm with food served 9am - 9pm


Christmas Eve
9am - 11pm with food served 9am - 5pm
Christmas Day
12noon - 5pm with food served 1pm - 3pm
Boxing Day
11am - 11pm with food served 11am - 9pm
9am - 4pm with food served 9am - 3pm
Pre booked only Hogmanay Dinner & live music 6pm - late
1st January 2017
11am - 9pm with food served 12pm - 8pm (limited menu)

Open to non-residents / Children welcome / Bar & decking area is pet friendly

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The Courtyard Bar & Restaurant

Our Location

Mains of Taymouth Country Estate is a 120 acre estate nestled by the delightful little conservation village of Kenmore and magnificent Loch Tay in Highland Perthshire, deep within Rob Roy and Campbell country and bordered by the Tay Forest Park on one side and the River Tay on the other.  Built in the 19th Century and formerly the home farm for Taymouth Castle, the stunning courtyard buildings themselves are now tastefully converted into award winning luxury self-catering holiday cottages, amongst the finest to be found anywhere.  The Estate continues this mould with Castle Gardens, a selection of award winning holiday houses, the Bruadairs houses - three magnificent large holiday houses as well as the brand new Gallops apartments, all built with the five star quality you would expect at Mains of Taymouth, Scotland.

With the fabulous Mains of Taymouth Courtyard right on your doorstep – complete with restaurant, brasserie/bar and high quality retail shop with delicatessen and with our own Kenmore Golf Course and Mains of Taymouth Riding Stables and Loch Tay Boat Centre just down the lane, all amidst Highland Perthshire’s finest scenery, these facilities all contribute to making Mains of Taymouth the perfect holiday destination.  Activity and adventure holidays and breaks in Scotland par excellence – with world class River Tay and Loch Tay fishing, watersports, horseriding and adventure activities in particular all adjacent and with sensational walking of all grades right on your doorstep.

Centrally situated:

Glasgow and Edinburgh - 1 hour 45 minutes
Inverness and Fort William - 2 hours
Oban - 1 hour 15 minutes
Dundee -1 hour
Perth - 45 minutes.

Getting to Kenmore is easy, being the “Heart of Scotland” and it is close to the well known towns of Aberfeldy and Pitlochry.  Pitlochry has a good bus service and railway station with regular bus/train connections to Aberfeldy as well as to Perth, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness – with frequent daily services from Glasgow and Edinburgh Airports (1 hours 45 minutes) to all London airports.

If you require detailed directions to Kenmore, please enter your postcode below and submit.

However, please note that we strongly advise you not to follow directions after leaving Crieff which require you to turn left in the village of Amulree. This brings you onto an unclassified single track hill road which can be extremely hazardous in poor weather conditions. Instead, continue past Amulree on the A822 signposted to Aberfeldy. When you enter Aberfeldy, turn left at the traffic lights and the village of Kenmore is six miles on.

Find UK road directions to Kenmore:

A good local taxi firm in Aberfeldy is provided by David McDougall of Aberfeldy Taxis,  01887 820 370. Taxis are widely available at Pitlochry railway station or Tel:  Elizabeth Yule - 01796 472 290.