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Pitlochry

Set within the heart of Scotland, in the shadow of the speckled mountain of Ben Vrackie and beside River Tummel, lies the village of Pitlochry in Perthshire. This burgh truly benefits from some of the most vibrant and stunning scenery in the whole of Scotland, offering many opportunities for outdoor activities including many walking, hiking and cycling in the local area and up Ben Vrackie.

Visitors can also admire the fascinating stone Victorian buildings that comprise the majority of this quaint village, which has enjoyed mass appeal since the days of Queen Victoria who visited in 1866. The village also plays host to the fantastical Enchanted Forest, a multi-award-winning light show, throwing phenomenal visuals onto the forest itself, with a delightful musical score to accompany, a truly delighting spectacle. Another local area of interest is the Pitlochry Fish Ladder, a feature built into the dam of Loch Faskally. A public viewing gallery allows spectators to observe salmon making the run up the ladder, off to their ancestral spawning grounds to complete their fascinating life cycle.

We love Pitlochry because...

  • Stunning scenery
  • Ideal for outdoor activities
  • Quaint Victorian village
Hotels in Pitlochry
Pitlochry-Breaks tour-Fisher s Hotel
Fisher's Hotel
Atholl Road Pitlochry PH16 5BN

Fisher’s Hotel is right at home in the town of Pitlochry; a Victorian building with a warm welcome and homely Scottish style.

2 nights from
£95.00pp
Fisher's Hotel
Atholl Road Pitlochry PH16 5BN

Fisher’s Hotel is right at home in the town of Pitlochry; a Victorian building with a warm welcome and homely Scottish style.

Pitlochry-Breaks expedition-Scotland s Hotel and Leisure Club
Scotland's Hotel and Leisure Club
40 Bonnethill Road Pitlochry PH16 5BT

An inviting hotel located in central Pitlochry with 72 guestrooms, restaurant, public house, swimming pool and pamper treatments.

2 nights from
£77.00pp
Scotland's Hotel and Leisure Club
40 Bonnethill Road Pitlochry PH16 5BT

An inviting hotel located in central Pitlochry with 72 guestrooms, restaurant, public house, swimming pool and pamper treatments.

Pitlochry-Breaks trip-The Red Brolly Inn
The Red Brolly Inn
Ballinluig Pitlochry PH9 0LH

The Red Brolly Inn offers good value accommodation in a great location. It’s a quirky place, full of personality and character.

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The Red Brolly Inn
Ballinluig Pitlochry PH9 0LH

The Red Brolly Inn offers good value accommodation in a great location. It’s a quirky place, full of personality and character.

In and around Pitlochry

Pitlochry Festival Theatre

This special Highland theatre has accrued an impressive global reputation as a leading producer and host of world class, quality shows. With a long history dating to 1951, the theatre has risen from humble beginnings, to the ever-expanding, glorious building that hosts visitors today, sat on the edge of the Tummel River and encircled by the vibrant Highland surroundings on all sides.

Distilleries

There are two distilleries in Pitlochry, Bell's Blair Athol and Edradour. The local area has a rich history of whisky distillery, and many of the techniques in use today have been handed down through countless generations. Visitors can learn about the many complex varieties of whisky from single malts to blends, as well as getting the opportunity to observe whisky being made, from mash to keg. Both distilleries offer guided tours, tasting sessions as well as the opportunity to buy a bottle or two of whisky.

Ben Vrackie

Guests that undertake the walk up the speckled mountain are treated to outstanding views of the local area at the summit. The ascent to the top follows a great path, which takes you through moorlands and wooded areas, with the option to take detours along the way. Some of the areas are steep but overall this is a moderate walk with a straightforward ascent.

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