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Definitely worth going to see

It is a stunning 15 minute tree lined flat walk on the grounds of Kinell House from the Killin town... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Aberdeen, United Kingdom
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Worth the Find

I've stayed in Killin for over 20 years and just found the stone circle. Ask the folks at the... read more

Reviewed 27 August 2018
Rome, Italy
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Killin, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, Scotland
Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 7 June 2013

When researching this delightful, rarely seen little stone circle from millennia ago, I was a bit confused about name and location. I finally sorted it out - and can advise anyone visiting the Loch Tay area of Scotland to take a few minutes "off the...More

9  Thank rcdickson
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 26 April 2017

We enjoyed the spectacular walk around Killin's outskirts, to the castle, banks of Loch Tay, the river and missed the stones. They are so small we didn't spy them in the field. Watch out for them

2  Thank nordicqueen2
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It is a stunning 15 minute tree lined flat walk on the grounds of Kinell House from the Killin town centre to get to this stone circle. You need to pay respect to the farmers and keep dogs on leads to enter the field due...More

Thank sazzer11
Reviewed 27 August 2018

I've stayed in Killin for over 20 years and just found the stone circle. Ask the folks at the Outdoor Shop on the north end of the town to give you directions. It well worth the short drive for a good example of a simple...More

Thank CappyMac55
Reviewed 25 July 2018

Great to be able to stand in the middle of the stone circle. Situated in the open fields just outside of Killin. It's a nice 10 minute walk from the village centre, just cross the main bridge, take a left and return via the old...More

3  Thank Martin K
Reviewed 4 July 2018 via mobile

This is a beautiful medium sized stone circle. Just a short walk down a private lane and in a private field. I have visited twice in the past 2 years and have been told that the he owner generously allows people to visit. My hope...More

1  Thank Angela L
Reviewed 25 June 2018

Well, it's a stone circle and it looks as though one's missing. On the edge of a field, it's a trek to get to. Worth looking at if you're in Killin.

Thank TooLong2018
Reviewed 13 November 2017

It was a drizzly day and approaching dusk when we drove by the stone circle at Killin. Almost deciding not to go, I am very glad that I changed my mind. Walking up to the circle in the open field, a sense of peace and...More

4  Thank HelenAvaient
Reviewed 15 October 2017 via mobile

After seeing the falls have a walk up to the stone circle. Beautiful walk along an old tree lined driveway. The circle is on farms land but you can get lovely picture over the fence.

1  Thank ScotlandAmber
Reviewed 28 September 2017

This is small standing stone circle that takes some navigating to get to. Its located in Sheep field just inside Killin. I was particularly interested as there is a ancestral connection. Be sure to shut and lock the fence behind you -and if its been...More

2  Thank Scott A
Reviewed 14 August 2017

It was amazing to stand in the middle of these ancient stones and imagine who put them there, and why. They are out in a field. I believe you can drive back there, but we walked. It's not far from the Falls of Dochart Inn.

2  Thank DebbieJMT
Reviewed 11 July 2017

We wanted to find the 'Scottish Stonehenge' and experience what we were told was an ancient stone circle. After a short walk along the River Dochart heading east out of Killin we found the circle. It is a magical place and is untouched by modern...More

2  Thank Simon W
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Liz J
10 July 2016|
Response from BohoChick | Reviewed this property |
I read that these are dated from the Bronze Age and there are other similar stone circles in western Scotland but have no idea how and why they are there. Possibly a Pagan worship site?