Perthshire Pitlochry


Surrounded by breathtaking Highland scenery and areas of outstanding natural beauty, the elegant Victorian town of Pitlochry is an idyllic holiday base, boasting a high concentration of first-class hotels, guest houses and visitor attractions to keep you more than amused during your stay in one of Perthshire's most resplendent resorts.

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The town's main throughfare, Atholl Road is aligned with beautifully restored Victorian buildings dating from the 1860s and is home to an exquisite selection of arts and crafts shops, presenting and retailing the works of local artisans, as well as outdoor sports outlets and restaurants to cater for every budget and palette. Pitlochry is famed for its vibrant social and cultural scene, evident in various pubs and hotels during weekends and weeknights in high season as well as a thriving performing arts and theatrical scene, showcased at The Pitlochry Festival Theatre.

Venture out of Pitlochry and uncover some of Scotland's wildest and most haunting landscapes that have been inspirational to generations of artists, poets and novelists. Lying three miles north is the Pass of Killiekrankie, the site of a battle that is now preserved and managed under the auspices of the National Trust for Scotland. Alternatively, enjoy action-packed adventure at the traditional village of Blair Atholl, featuring a host of leisure pursuits designed for everyone. Blair Castle is a must see attraction when visiting the Pitlochry area, housing an awesome collection of tableaux and artefacts that belonged to the Dukes of Atholl. Explore the charming beauty and aesthetic appeal of this popular holiday destination in the heart of Highland Perthshire.