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Latitude: 56.6985 / 56°41'54"N
Longitude: -3.734 / 3°44'2"W
OS Eastings: 293912
OS Northings: 757650
OS Grid: NN939576
Mapcode National: GBR KC40.J8J
Mapcode Global: WH5MJ.MW3R
Entry Name: Port-Na-Craig Road, Portnacraig Inn, Including Boundary Walls
Listing Date: 9 June 1981
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 394895
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB47538
Building Class: Cultural
County: Perth and Kinross
Electoral Ward: Highland
Traditional County: Perthshire
Early 19th century, restored circa 1990. 2-storey and raised basement, 3-bay house with single storey wing forming courtyard to rear. Coursed and snecked squared rubble.
SE (PRINCIPAL) ELEVATION: symmetrical. Small gabled brick porch with decorative timber bargeboarding to centre bay at ground, 2 small windows in bay to right and single window to left, regular fenestration close to eaves at 1st floor.
SW (PORT-NA-CRAIG ROAD) ELEVATION: piend-roofed elevation with 2 windows to each floor and dominant central wallhead stack, set-back bay to outer left with timber sign, and boundary wall abutting beyond.
NE (RIVER) ELEVATION: gabled elevation to left with 2 windows to each floor over raised basement, 3 windows in single storey bays to right over raised basement with boarded timber door to left.
NW ELEVATION: single storey elevation with window in bay to left, blank bay to right with rounded outer angle beyond; lower projecting centre bay with window, window and door on return to left and further window on return to right.
COURTYARD ELEVATIONS: irregular elevations with variety of elements including door to SW.
4-pane glazing pattern in square timber sash and case windows. Graded grey slates. Coped ashlar stacks with cans.
INTERIOR: modern (see Notes).
BOUNDARY WALLS: semicircular- and rubble-coped rubble boundary walls.
Group with Ferryman's Cottage and Nos 1-4 Port-Na-Craig Road as a designed group. Built as a coaching inn on the former Killiecrankie Road, the building was in use as a tea-room circa 1930. Purchased by the Hydro-Electric Board during the 1950s, it was semi-derelict by the end of the 1980s. Sympathetically restored and re-opened by the current owner in 1990.
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