Located in the middle of a triangle made by Perth, Glasgow and Edinburgh, Dunblane is a perfect Scottish location to visit. With road and rail access from all three cities it is easy to get to and full of interest. Pop in and see us when passing or plan a longer visit to take in our local attractions. A quiet walk by the river where you might catch the blue flash of a kingfisher or visit the ancient cathedral with its soaring stone arches and the oldest public library in Scotland, the Leighton. In here are books dating back many centuries often once owned and written in by their famous owners. Rumour has it one book was written in by Lady Jane Grey, the Nine Days Queen when on her death bed.

Inside or outside there is much to do in Dunblane. Get a hot pie from one of our butchers - both are prize winners. Their meat is amongst the best you will find anywhere. Wander round the churches of which there are many for such a small place. Visit our parks and open spaces: try skateboarding on our fantastic skatepark which took 10 years of hard work to get open and then slide down the tunnel slide to the swings. Or sit by the river and watch the wildlife. And when you want larger places then visit Stirling or hop on a train to Edinburgh or Glasgow, the shopping capital of Scotland. Lots to see and lots to do. Come and visit us.

www.Dunblane.Info is Dunblane's community website; it is run by a team of volunteers. The site is sponsored by Dunblane Community Council and Dunblane Development Trust. The website team includes Steve Mason, Tom Smith, Bernie Beattie, Malcolm Wilson, Pete Bicheno and Calum Thomson. Many others are involved in providing the content. We are constituted as a membership-based Voluntary Organisation.

Fancy giving us a hand? : If you are interested in giving a hand, please get in touch. There are lots of different ways you can get involved (and you do not need computer skills), such as writing news articles, keeping the diary up to date, developing new content, taking photos, etc. It can be good fun and it is educational. Plus you will be putting something back into your community.

Getting listed : If you are a local business or community group and you want to be listed on the website then please contact us. It is entirely free and you can update your own content if you want to. We will show you how and provide any assistance that you might need.

Advertise an Event : We can help advertise local events by including them in the diary. Send us all the details.

Contact Us : You can contact the web team here



See also a shortened version of our tourist leaflet In Dunblane *

* The In Dunblane tourist leaflet was produced by Dunblane Community Council in 2013 and updated in 2015.  The leaflet gives details of places to visit in Dunblane as well as various activities and events in Dunblane throughout the year.  The leaflet also contains information about places to stay in Dunblane and places to eat in Dunblane.  Copies of the leaflet are available from the Library, Post Office, Cathedral, Museum and various hotels, B&Bs as well as shops and cafes.   It has been distributed to Tourist Information Centres in Stirling, Perth and Pitlochry. The cover photograph of Dunblane Cathedral: © Crown Copyright Historic Scotland is reproduced courtesy of Historic Scotland www.historic Scotlandimages.gov.uk

Dunblane has a good variety of eateries and hostelries to suit everyone's taste. Click on the links below for more information.




For accommodation, also read the In Dunblane leaflet

View Dunblane.info Map in a larger map

There is a good variety of accommodation available in Dunblane and the surrounding community. These are grouped here under B&Bs, Hotels and Self-catering or you can click on the map to see further details. Please use the further contact details for each place to check for availability.

Where to stay

If your accommodation business isn't listed and you are part of the Dunblane Community, please get in touch with the Website Administrator to have it added.

Also, if your details change, please get in touch so we can keep the website up to date.


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