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A must if you vist Rannoch

Its very remote ad the scenery is stunning, take a walk be it long or short from here if you can... read more

Reviewed 11 June 2018
Rittmr
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Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Unexpected treats.

Yes, it is at the back of beyond but the scenery makes the trip very worthwhile and the food in the... read more

Reviewed 31 May 2018
lochan421
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Market Harborough
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The Rannoch Station Visitors Centre was opened by the famous botanist David Bellamy in 2005. On the station platform, next to the Tearoom, the Visitors Centre has attractively presented information about the fauna and flora of Rannoch Moor and how...more
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
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| Rannoch Station, Kinloch Rannoch PH17 2QA, Scotland
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+44 7825 216525
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Reviewed 11 June 2018

Its very remote ad the scenery is stunning, take a walk be it long or short from here if you can. A lovely original station with a small but informative display. Make sure you visit the café, the staff are very welcoming and the cakes...More

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Reviewed 31 May 2018

Yes, it is at the back of beyond but the scenery makes the trip very worthwhile and the food in the little café is very good. All the staff seem to want you to know that they're glad you came. There isn't a vast amount...More

Thank lochan421
Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

Rannoch moor station is surrounded by amazing views, the tea room is very intimate and provides a great selection of cakes, sandwiches, breakfasts etc. Train line is part of the Harry Potter line and you need to visit if staying local.

Thank Garvla132
Reviewed 1 April 2018

Very informative centre. We come here every year to walk to the gorgeous loch nearby - my favourite place in the world.

Thank ferrynuff
Reviewed 18 January 2018

As we visit the area when sadly the tea rooms are closed always glad of the small visitors centre where a hot drink can be made , warm up a bit and there is a open toilet too. Learn a lot about a range of...More

Thank travell_a_lot
Reviewed 26 October 2017

We drove the 18 miles to the station and found a terrific cafe that provided fabulous food at a very reasonable price.

Thank craftyfoxmob
Reviewed 17 September 2017

This room displays highland spirit and hospitality. Open 24 hours a day, it has a good deal of interesting information about the Rannoch Station Area. (FYI, Rannoch Station is at the end of a dead end road that is several miles long. It's a good...More

Thank msjhaffey
Reviewed 11 August 2017

Located on the station platform, next to the cafe, this turned out to be an interesting way to pick up the history, geography and wildlife info on the local area. Far better than I expected for a half hour well spent

Thank Canar1
Reviewed 21 July 2017

was a lovely drive here and well worth it, the station is very quaint and has a lovely tea room (with all home baking yummy). went into the visitor centre and was really interesting

Thank Sandra M
Reviewed 24 June 2017

A small visitor centre mainly detailing the building of the railway through Rannoch moor. It provides a good description of the railways history and describes some of the local walks. Combined with the cafe next door it provides an excuse to visit the station and...More

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