Pitlochry

Pitlochry is Perthshire’s whisky centre, with two distilleries – Blair Atholl and Edradour – both with visitor centres, the latter distillery particularly picturesque. The little town by the River Tummel is also in lovely Highland surroundings... Read More

A Visitor's View

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Pitlochry Events

January
Pitlochry New Year's Day Afternoon Street Party
February
Winter Words Festival
September
Pitlochry Highland Games
October
Pitlochry Autumn Festival
The Enchanted Forest
November
Pitlochry Autumn Festival
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Hotels in Pitlochry - 31 places to stay

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Pine Trees Hotel

Pine Trees Hotel
Fantastic Scottish Country House set in 10-acres of private woodlands and within walking distance of the town centre. The Pine Trees Hotel is small and select, combining luxurious accommodation with individual service and attention.

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Tigh Na Cloich Hotel

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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Acarsaid Hotel

Acarsaid Hotel
Built in 1880 for Lady Helen Stuart, The Countess of Kilbride, this extended Victorian house is one of Pitlochry oldest hotels and with that distinction comes a long tradition of highland hospitality. The hotel is ... More | Double Room: From £99 | visit website
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Claymore Hotel

Claymore Hotel

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The Claymore is an attractive Victorian residence within its own award-winning gardens. The hotel overlooks Cluniemore Hills, yet only 2 minutes' walk from Pitlochry town centre.

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The Strathgarry Restaurant & Rooms

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

Scotland

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 | Double Room: From £80 | visit website

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Craigatin House & Courtyard

Craigatin House & Courtyard
Craigatin House and Courtyard built in the 1820s is today a lovingly restored Highland boutique bed & breakfast. Tucked away in secluded wooded grounds, with a choice of cosy rooms, deluxe rooms and a luxury suite. ... More | Double Room: From £32.50 | visit website
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Fishers Hotel

Fishers Hotel

Built in 1830, in the heart of Pitlochry and within two acres of award-winning gardens sits the Swallow Fishers Hotel. Widely considered as the 'gateway to the Highlands', Pitlochry offers much to enjoy such as ... More | visit website

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Killiecrankie House Hotel (The)

Killiecrankie House Hotel (The)

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The house started life as a manse in 1840 but has been run as an hotel for 60 years. Set in four acres of landscaped grounds, it enjoys ... More

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Knockendarroch House Hotel

Knockendarroch House Hotel
Heidi Orr and her team extend a warm invitation to their country house hotel. Knockendarroch House is a twelve bedroom Victorian mansion; set in 1 1/2 acres of gardens; a short stroll from the centre ... More | visit website

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