Welcome to Coshieville House Bed & Breakfast
Coshieville has had a building on its site for more than 1000 years. The name originates from Coedhi, a monk who traveled from Iona to Coshieville and used the former inn as a resting place.
In the 18th Century General Wade's Army also used Coshieville as a barracks for his soldiers when he was building the road from Aberfeldy to Rannoch.
We offer a comfortable stay in stunning rural surroundings. All rooms offer a high standard of accommodation with fully en-suite facilities and home baking.
Our breakfast menu is extensive including fresh local produce and in the evenings you can relax in front of a wood burning stove in our large guest lounge, where you will find a variety of books, board games, and music CD's available for your pleasure. WiFi Internet access is available throughout the house.
Our guest house has 7 bedrooms with an attractive garden to the front of the property. Ample free private car parking is also available.