The Kenmore Inn in the middle of Kenmore village, in the Breadalbane region of Scotland.
Established in 1572, the Inn claims to be Scotland’s oldest Inn.
Kenmore is a stunningly beautiful village set amidst the mountains of highland Perthshire (Breadalbane means “Highland Scotland” in Gaelic). Dating from the 16th century the whole village is now a conservation area.
The planned village of Kenmore is an outstanding example of an 18th century planned settlement and an indivisible part of the total designed landscape composition. It is located at the end of Loch Tay on a short peninsula beside the River Tay outflow.
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