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B and Bs in Pitlochry

Carra Beag Guest House
16 Toberargan Road
Pitlochry
Perthshire

PH16 5HG | View map
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Set in the magnificent Tummel Valley, part of the spectacular Scottish Highlands, Pitlochry is an unspoilt gem of the Victorian era. Our house is one of the finest of the many Victorian Villas

In 1875 Carra Beag was built as a family house. Over the years many local notables have resided at the house including a Town Provost and local artist David Fergusson. These days Carra Beag still is a family home where Helen and Brian welcome guests and travellers.We pride ourselves in offering guests excellent value, clean & comfortable rooms, first rate service in a completely non-smoking environment.

We are centrally located and enjoy a commanding position just above the main street of the town, far enough away however not to suffer from any annoying transport noise. Guests can relax in the sun on one of our south facing terraces, admire the uninterrupted panoramic views or stroll through our award winning garden directly onto the towns main street.We have a safe secure private car park for motorists, and can arrange pick ups for those travelling by public transport.

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Double: 23 - 29
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