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Dunblane (Gaelic: Dùn Bhlàthain) is a Cathedral city in Scotland.

A Gold Postbox celebrating Andy Murray's 2012 Olympic Gold medal

Get in

By road

Dunblane is just off the main A9 road between Stirling and Perth.

By rail

Trains for Dunblane depart from both Edinburgh Waverley and Glasgow Queen Street stations on a half-hourly basis during the week, and roughly hourly at weekends. Trains take about an hour from Edinburgh, and about 40 minutes from Glasgow. Trains from Edinburgh also stop at Stirling. Travelling from the north, there are a few trains per day from Perth.

By bus

The M8 links Edinburgh and Dunblane.

Get around

Dunblane is small enough to walk around easily.


Dunblane Cathedral




  • The High Street is home to two independent butchers'.




Dunblane Hydro Hotel
  • Dunblane Hydro, Perth Road, Dunblane, +44 1786 822551, fax: +44 1786 825403. Spa hotel in an iconic 1870's building overlooking the town.
  • 1 Cromlix House, Kinbuck, FK15 9JT (about 5 miles north of Dunblane), +44 1786 822125. 15 room luxury hotel owned by Andy Murray (tennis player). from £200.


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