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Bridge Of Cally

Bridge Of Cally

This pristine village is perched on the junction of the three glens, Glenshee, Strathardle and Glenericht. The area is perfect for those who love fresh air, stunning landscapes and being submersed in nature. The village stands at the gateway to the highlands, and so makes for a perfect base from which to explore further afield, from the nearby Ballintuim, to the excellent locations of Pitlochry and Blairgowrie.

There are a number of fantastic walks and cycle tracks in the area, including the marvellous Cateran walking trail and a number of formidable munros to explore. Visitors also have the chance to ski in the winter months at the Glenshee ski centre and play a round or two of golf at one of the many nearby courses.

We love Bridge of Cally because...

  • Perfect for outdoor lovers
  • At the gateway to the highlands
  • Breath-taking scenery
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Bridge of Cally Hotel
Bridge Of Cally, Nr. Blairgowrie, Bridge Of Cally PH10 7JJ

Set in the foothills of Glenshee, the Bridge of Cally Hotel is the ideal destination for a holiday in the Highlands of Scotland offering a homely feel.

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Bridge of Cally Hotel
Bridge Of Cally, Nr. Blairgowrie, Bridge Of Cally PH10 7JJ

Set in the foothills of Glenshee, the Bridge of Cally Hotel is the ideal destination for a holiday in the Highlands of Scotland offering a homely feel.

In and around Bridge Of Cally

Dunkeld Cathedral

This historical building lies on the River Tay and is a feature of Dunkeld, providing an awesome backdrop. A monastery once lay here, built by Celts in the year 730. Relics were later moved here from Iona due to Viking raids, making the area the centre of Christianity in Scotland. The architecture on display here is of Gothic and Norman origin, with the oldest parts of the building dating back to 1350. There is a museum to visit here, and guests can wander through the halls and admire this cathedral at their own leisure.

Outdoor Explore

Utilising their 14 years of experience in the outdoor industry, creating bespoke travel packages, this exciting company is promoting people to get outside and enjoying the beautiful scenery that this part of the country has to offer. Choose from kayaking through lochs, rivers and the sea to archery, hill walks and mountain bike trips, the staff are happy to accommodate and tailor experiences to your needs.

Blairgowrie Golf Club

A combination of two championship quality golf courses and a nine-hole ‘wee course’ warm up. With prestigious events being held here including major PGA and SGU events. The courses are also a great chance for beginners to practise the art and learn from the passionate and professional staff in this area of outstanding beauty. The views from the course are counted among the best in the country and bring visitors from far and wide.

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