For any keen rambler or lover of wild places, our glen has some of the most inspiring walking routes and scenery a visitor could wish for. From watching for red squirrels and roe deer, to discovering the dramatic scenery of our five reservoirs, three woodlands, and countless rumbling burns and panoramic peaks, Glendevon has it all.

The Wild Outdoors



Glendevon offers a range of walking routes to suit everyone - from the easy 2km Castehill Lower Loop Walk to the more challenging 14km Reservoirs Trail. Glendevon woodlands comprises three separate native woodlands - Glen Quey, Glen Sharp, and Geordie's Wood. Perthshire is known as big tree country, so look out for oak, ash, birch, hazel, rowan, juniper and Scots pine, as well as three impressive peaks - Ben Shee, Innerdownie, and Seamab Hill - with towering views over the Ochil Hills, home to the crystal clear reservoirs and famous Highland Spring water. 

Flora and Fauna

Look out for patrolling birds of prey such as the

Kestrel and Short-eared Owls that make the glen

its home. Roe deer, fox, hedgehog, red squirrel, pine

marten and various bat species also reside in the

maturing woodland. Look out for brown hare, rabbit,

vole, shrew, stoat and weasel on the open farmland.

Otter, kingfisher and dipper wallowing in the

reservoirs, rivers and burns, and black grouse can

be heard and seen, along with heather and blaeberry

(bilberry). To get more up close and personal, be sure

to take a trip to the Phoenix Falconry experience or

see even wilder species at the family-friendly

Blair Drummond Safari Park


Test out your angling skill and take your pick from a number of nearby fisheries, including Glensherup Fishery and Frandy Fishery


The Tormaukin is less than 10 minutes from the prestigious Gleneagles, crowned the 'World's Best Golf Resort' for the 4th year in a row with its three immaculate heathland courses. A little further afield and by the coast, are the grand St Andrew's courses and that of Carnoustie. Nearby Muckhart Golf Course is perfect if you're looking for a less formal game!

Adrenaline Junkies

If adrenaline sports take your fancy, the Microflight Academy and Knockhill Racing Circuit are always popular destinations!

Historical Sites

Campbell Castle

The nearest castle to the Inn, its ruins dominate the landscape

Japanese Gardens

The first garden of its kind designed

by a woman, take a stroll through this surprising site to stumble across 

in Dollar!

Lochleven Castle 

An island castle from which Mary Queen of Scots famously escaped

Doune Castle

Famous for featuring in films such as Monty Python, Ivanhoe, Outlander, and Winterfell in Game of Thrones!

Drummond Castle

Near Crieff, with a garden cited as the finest formal garden in Europe

The Scottish Crannog Centre

Experience life in 500BC with this 

replica of the Iron Age settlement

unearthed on the Loch Tay. 

Expect artefacts, exhibitions, guided

tours and a busy round of craft events

Ardoch Roman Fort 

Built around 80AD, this Roman fort surrounded by successive rings of ramparts and ditches, is one of the best preserved in Britain.

Honourable Mentions...

Edzell Castle with its formal gardens, Huntingtower Castle and its painted ceilings, Burleigh Castle, Blair Castle, Cluny House Gardens, Elcho Castle

Cultural Hotspots

The Tormaukin enjoys an enviable position in a tranquil glen, yet also between four of Scotland's most historic and vibrant cities, with Stirling, Edinburgh, Perth and Glasgow each less than an hour away!


Famous for its hilltop castle and

the towering Wallace Monument,

the historic city of Stirling is blessed

by its beautiful Church of the Holy

Rude as well as close proximity to

the Battle of Bannockburn 



Scotland's grand capital, visit the

imposing Edinburgh Castle, shop

and dine along Prince's Street, or 

tour the underground vaults of

Mary's Queen's Close or the

spooky Greyfriar's Cemetery


Once Scotland's capital, the 'Fair City' is packed with architecture and atmosphere, hosting the boutiques of George Street, Scone Palace which once witnessed the crownings of the Kings of the Scots, the Black Watch Museum, and Branklyn Gardens which hosts a vast collection of exotic plants


Arguably home to Scotland's best shopping and most vibrant entertainment scene, visit cutting-edge galleries like Kellingrove and Hunterian, theatres like the Citizens, and top music venues like the Barrowland Ballroom


Address: The Tormaukin,

Glendevon, Dollar, FK14 7JY, UK

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