The Tormaukin, coming from the Gaelic 'Tor' meaning hill and 'Maukin' hare, is nestled at the foot of a hill overlooking a river in the secret glen of Glendevon. Ideally-situated on a scenic through-road amidst the beautiful Ochil hills, yet in the middle of the cultural hotspots of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth and Stirling, The Tormaukin promises a peaceful retreat while being right in the heart of Scotland.
The inn first began welcoming guests through its doors as a historic 18th century Drover's Inn and is regarded as one of the most well-known and cherished country inns in Scotland. Brimming with history and character, with famous guests among the likes of Neil Armstrong, Charlie Chaplin, and Laurel and Hardy, and the Inn has retained its guestbooks all the way back to the 1930s, lending it an authentic charm rarely found in contemporary hotels.
The Tormaukin's olde world ambiance is perfect for creating special memories, and holds a fond place in the hearts of new owners Chloe and Mark who many moons ago celebrated their wedding reception within its stone walls. The Inn having changed hands many times in recent years, they aspire to restore this old world charmer to its former glory!