An End to Some Restrictions
From the ninth of August 2021, the world of Bed and Breakfast will look a lot more normal than it has in the past period. We
hope we'll never see those times again!
The cleaning regime is still very intense. For the time being, that means that we still cannot go back to taking single night bookings. We do hope that that is not very far off anymore.
A big change is going to be that we will stop our practice of having rooms empty for two nights between guests. That guarantee comes at an end on the same day. With social distancing also a thing of the past, that means our breakfast room can be used to full capacity again, although for the time being we will continue to work with time slots to prevent peak pressure. Ventilation is maximised through open skylights, an open kitchen door and electric fans. You will still be asked to wear a face covering everywhere but in your room and at your table for breakfast. And the breakfast buffet will also have to wait - everything will have to be à la carte for a while yet.
The small daily service to the rooms is resumed. The lounge will be available again - though with face covering.
We'll be happy to send you the documentation on our way of working, and on what we need guests to comply with. Those documents will always be sent with booking confirmations and will be part of our agreement. Everything can still change at very short notice, so we'd rather send out the most recent version via mail, than host it on this site.
You will not find a Good-to-Go certificate. Because we find it a dismal, pointless excercise. Why? Well, here's what a business needs to do to get its certificate: go to the website, enter business details and answer 'yes' to all the multiple-choice questions following. And that is it. We'll have nothing to do with that!
Thank you for your continued interest, we hope to see you soon!
Alba being the ancient name of Scotland.
Breadalbane House, a three-star VisitScotland B&B, is set in the picturesque village of Killin, which is situated at the western tip of Loch Tay, and lies in an incomparable region of beauty in the very heart of Scotland amidst a backdrop of Munroes which include Ben Lawers and the Tarmachan Ridge. Study the abundance of wildlife in their natural habitat in the hills, and photograph the rare alpine plants and flowers.Our location
Breadalbane House is under the personal care of Désirée and Wouter van Doorn and provides excellent Bed & Breakfast accommodation in very comfortable rooms, all of which are en suite and well equipped with colour TV, DVD player (region 2), tea/coffee making facilities, radio alarm and hairdryer. One guest room is situated on the ground floor. The relaxing Residents' Lounge is the place to unwind after your day out. Wireless internet is available.
Within very easy walking distance in the village are a number of relaxing restaurants and cafes offering a variety of cuisine in addition to local game and traditional Scottish fare.
Breadalbane House is totally non smoking; and whilst a locally sourced, traditional and hearty breakfast is provided, Désirée and Wouter will be pleased to cater for special dietary requirements for which advance notice would be helpful. Private parking is provided and we can also offer secure storage for cycles, drying and ironing facilities.Our rooms
The world famous Falls of Dochart on the river that flows through the village are a must to see; and you are never far from things to do and see with fishing, walking, hill climbing, cycling, golfing, watersports and horse riding all on the doorstep.
Even a choice of distilleries for whisky tasting lie within a radius of about 30 miles!
The Clans of MacNab, Campbell, MacGregor and McLaren all have connections with the area which is rich in history.Activities