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 The Gem in Scotland's Secret Glen 


WAKE UP in one of our individually-designed bedrooms, brimming with charm and original features a-plenty yet losing nothing in the way of modern home comforts. 

- A Warm Welcome to The Tormaukin -

Nestled in the 'secret glen' of Glendevon in the heartland of Scotland, this historic 18th-century country inn promises guests a dose of hearty Scottish hospitality and bags of character. Recently under new ownership and celebrating its next chapter, this old world charmer has been welcoming guests beneath its beams for many years and holds a special place as one of Scotland's most beloved country inns. 

Awaiting you at the Tormaukin...

Our Full Scottish breakfast with all the fixtures is included in your overnight stay, or opt for the Continental selection

complete with pastries, jams, or our special surprise porridges and sweet treats


Sat atop the Tormaukin hill and overlooking the tranquil River Devon, the Inn is set amongst the peaks and gullies of the glorious Ochil hills, the gateway to the Highlands, with the Glendevon Reservoir walks just outside our doorstep 

Spectacular Scenery

Stay at our quaint inn without leaving your beloved dog behind, as a select six of our rooms cater to our four-legged friends whom we treat as VIP's (Very Important Pets) in their own right. Canine companions are also more than welcome to curl up with you by  the roaring fire in the Bews Bar for Scottish fayre and drinks


Treat your tastebuds and refuel with traditional Scottish fayre, hearty favourites, and our speciality dishes, to be savoured in our charming dining room, tranquil 

conservatory, or the

revamped Bews Bar


Our new and improved bar and lounge is a cosy place full of nooks and crannies to sample some local offerings of whisky, gin, craft beer, and ale. Whether local, hotel guest, sightseer, or just an intrigued passerby stumbling across our Inn, all are welcome

Bar and Lounge

Tour and Explore

With six active whisky distilleries in Perthshire alone, its time-honoured 'whisky trail' 

includes Scotland's oldest


Golfers are spoilt for choice in the midst of some of the most famous, scenic, and challenging courses in Britain, including Gleneagles under 10 minutes away, while more casual players can try their hand at Muckhart Golf Club offering a dog- friendly course with 27 holes. 


This idyllic corner of Scotland is dominated by the ruins of Castle Campbell, and the world famous Stirling Castle and Scone Palace

Historical Monuments

Wander about the quaint villages of Dollar just a stone's throw away, Auchterada. It's hard to imagine a more perfect retreat nestling in the peaceful Perthshire countryside. Yet, it's only an hour from Glasgow and Edinburgh and near to both Stirling and Perth.

Cultural Hotspots

The inn organising any activities and group packages, all can be taken care of! Clay pigeon shooting, falconry, Knockhill racing circuit, fishing, pony trekking, 

Adrenaline Junkie

Discover the flora and fauna, Hiking, bird watching, 

Flora and Fauna


Excellent hotel, stunning room and superb food. 

The food was first class and the menu imaginative. It was clear that the bar and restaurant are popular locally. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Lovely walks straight out of the hotel. Glen Devon itself was beautiful.

Whether locals seeking the warmth of a roaring log fire and dram of whisky, or sightseers on the lookout for a cosy place to rest a weary head and some succulent dishes after a bracing day out on the glen or fairway, the Tormaukin has a little something

for everyone.