The Cateran Trail

The Kirkmichael Hotel

Walking Holidays

 Our accommodation facilities enable us to cater for groups of walkers who wish to keep costs down by sharing rooms. We can also provide packed lunches with 24 hours notice. Discounts are available for longer stays.

The Sportman’s Refuge

The Cateran Trail is named after the Caterans – a group of marauding cattle thieves who plundered the Strathardle Glen from medieval times through until the 17th Century. It passes through the towns and villages of Blairgowrie, Bridge of Cally, Kirkmichael, Spittal of Glenshee, Glenisla and Alyth. Each section of the walk is 6-12 miles long (approximately) and the entire Cateran Trail can be walked in 4-5 days.

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Please contact the hotel direct for details on rates and packages on Tel: 01250 881769 or via email.

Cateran Trail Geocaching Tour Opened March 2013. Very popular and very addictive. Perthshire has in excess of 100 caches making it the geocaching capital of Scotland. We are one of the Geocaching hotels in the area and you can collect stamps for staying here and eating here to save towards obtaining your Geocaching coin. Find out more about the Cateran Trail and about Geocaching – (opens in new window)

We also stock a fabulous A5 sized glossy book called Explore the Cateran Trail, which fits neatly into a backpack or rucksack and contains fascinating insights about every part of the trail. It is published by Perth & Kinross Countryside Trust and we thoroughly recommend it.

The Kirkmichael Hotel

We look forward to welcoming you.

Art Gallery

As part of the Perthshire Open Studios initiative, we curate, in the Hotel, a selection of works by local artists.