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Population: 3000
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Tummel Valley Holiday Park
"my partner and i have been going up to tummel vally 2 or 3 times a year since the year 2000 i am 63 and my partner is 65 and ..." More

Tummel Valley Holiday Park
"Firstly I have never felt the need to write a review before but having just returned from a weekend break away with my family at Tummel valley, I feel ..." More

Blair Castle
"Use to be a great show but pretty poor this year, only a fiver to get in, not much for children to do a pathetic bouncy castle and no fair ..." More

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Pitlochry is a small town, 24 miles north of Perth situated on the River Tummel, surrounded by scenic mountains, lochs and forests in Perth and Kinross, Scotland. The Rob Roy Way, a 79 mile walk ends with crossing the suspension bridge into Pitlochry. The town became a burgh in 1947. Pitlochry has been a major tourist centre in the Highlands for over 150 years due to the town’s most famous visitor, Queen Victoria, staying at Blair Castle in1842. Pitlochry is recognised as a Victorian Resort with 19th century stone buildings. Pitlochry is famous for picturesque surroundings and the Tummel Valley Hydro-electric dam, creating Loch Faskally, with a 310m Salmon ladder; visitors watch the salmon from an observation chamber. Pitlochrie is popular for hill-walking and climbing, fishing, boating and golf. Attractions include Blair Athol whiskey distillery founded 1798 and Scotland’s smallest distillery Edradour both have visitor centres. The Festival Theatre opened 1951. North-east stands Ben Vrackie, 841m high, further along is the remote Cairngorms mountain range. Glenshee Ski Centre is close-by. Pitlochry has a wide variety of hotels and tourist facilities more than any other town of its size, with many restaurants, pubs, inns and shops. To the north lies the House of Bruar retail complex.


Walton Kilgour


Blair Castle
Edradour Distillery
Killiecrankie Visitor Centre
Moulin Brewery
Pitlochry Boating Station and Cafe
Sunnybrae Cottage


Faskally Caravan Park
Glengoulandie Country Park
Milton of Fonab Caravan Site
Tummel Valley Holiday Park


Blair Castle Estate Lodges
Liarn Farm
Mackays Holiday Cottages & Lodges
The Old Coach House


Dental Surgery
Infinityblu Dental Care


Atholl Medical Centre

Estate Agent

J & H Mitchell

Golf Club


Holiday Park

Dalshian Lodges
Liarn Farm
Tummel Valley Holiday Park


Killiecrankie House Hotel (The)
Loch Tummel Inn

Pub and Bar

Ballinluig Inn Hotel
Moulin Inn
Old Armoury


Acarsaid Hotel
Cafe Biba
Fern Cottage Restaurant & Tea House
Fishers Hotel
Kismat Restaurant
Moulin Inn
Old Armoury Restaurant
Old Smithy

Prince Of India
Scotland's Hotel
Tigh Na Cloich Hotel
Victoria's Restaurant


Grandfully Primary School
Loggierait Primary School
Pitlochry High School


Blair Castle Estate Lodges
Dalshian Lodges
Kinnaird Woodland Lodges
Mackays Holiday Cottages & Lodges
The Old Coach House


J & H Mitchell


Broon’s Buses & Taxis
Pitlochry Taxis
S R Taxis


Pitlochry Festival Theatre


Harbit & Ryder


Williamson Design Florist
Allium Garden Company
Pitlochry Opticians
Quayles of Pitlochry
Atholl Glens Organic Meat
Julian Graves
Beauty & Wellbeing
Tynreich Nursery


Nae Limits(Extreme Sports)
Blair Castle Estate(Riding)

Places to Stay near Pitlochry

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Wellwood House (0.04 miles)

Wellwood House
Wellwood House is a Victorian Mansion set in two acres of secluded gardens. The views down the Vale of Atholl are stunning. A warm welcome awaits you at our stylishly refurbished Scottish manor. Choose a ... More | visit website
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Craigmhor Lodge (0.06 miles)

Craigmhor Lodge

Tucked away in enchanting woodland grounds, this beautiful Victorian Lodge & Courtyard provides luxury Pitlochry bed and breakfast accommodation in the heart of Highland Perthshire.

Craigmhor Lodge & Courtyard offers a wonderful selection of accommodation ... More | visit website

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Hydro Hotel (0.12 miles)

Just ten minutes walk from the town centre, the historic and recently refurbished Pitlochry Hydro Hotel overlooks the town of Pitlochry itself. The Pitlochry Hydro hotel offers an excellent range of facilities for visitors, including a ... More | visit website
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The Pitlochry Hydro Hotel (0.12 miles)

The Pitlochry Hydro Hotel
The Pitlochry Hydro Hotel is ideally situated in the Perthshire Highlands with stunning views over the town of Pitlochry which is just a short walk away. The hotel boasts a warm & friendly atmosphere, comfortable ... More | visit website
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Old Mill Inn (0.17 miles)

Old Mill Inn

Family run small inn located in the centre of Pitlochry. Renowned for steaks and good food
Real Ales and lots of Malts.
Comfortable laid back atmosphere, Working water wheel and kids play area. Ideally located for touring and relaxing ... More | visit website

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Torrdarach House (0.19 miles)

Torrdarach House
Torrdarach is our beautiful B&B in the famous Highland Perthshire town of Pitlochry. Built in 1901, the house is situated on a quiet elevated corner, only a few hundred metres off the high street on ... More | visit website
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Tigh Na Cloich Hotel (0.19 miles)

Tigh Na Cloich Hotel

Our small personally run Pitlochry Hotel reflects our personality, we love to be intimate, relaxed, friendly and enjoy eating and cooking great food. Tigh Na Cloich Hotel in Perthshire offers all these benefits for our ... More | visit website

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Carra Beag Guest House (0.21 miles)

Carra Beag Guest House

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 ... More | visit website

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The Strathgarry Restaurant & Rooms (0.21 miles)

The Strathgarry Restaurant & Rooms

Located in the very heart of Pitlochry, Scotlands premier highland resort, this family hotel offers three separate facilities under one roof and you can be certain of a very warm welcome with excellent and stylish ... More | visit website

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Scotland's Hotel (0.24 miles)


Pitlochry is a popular base from which to explore the central Highlands and Perthshire Pitlochry’s popularity has endured since Victorian times. Named after the man who built it, Scotland’s Hotel dates from the early 1900s, with ... More | visit website

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