7 days prior to stay
7 days prior to stay
Surrounded by a gorgeous woodland-style garden with a pretty stream and huge fir trees, this Edwardian house is often visited by red squirrels and deer.
The cosy lounge has a large fireplace and there is free Wi-Fi throughout. Featuring luxurious Sealy beds and an LCD TV with a built-in DVD player, rooms at Torrdarach House are spacious and elegant. They all come with blackout curtains, a selection of books and magazines, and solid oak furniture. Each has an en suite bathroom with luxury toiletries. Torrdarach House makes its own marmalade and granola, and serves a full cooked Scottish breakfast each morning. The dining room overlooks the garden, and guests can enjoy the view with a cup of freshly ground coffee. Situated in Highland Perthshire, the B&B is a 15-minute drive from Blair Castle, which dates back to the 13th century. Pitlochry Rail Station is a 10-minute walk away, and the famous salmon ladder and a range of restaurants and cafes can also be reached on foot.
Torrdarach House Rooms
By car from the SouthPitlochry is approximately 1.5 hours from Edinburgh and 2 hours from Glasgow. The northbound motorways leaving edinburgh (M90) and Glasgow (M80) both join the A9 which continues north to Pitlochry. Follow signs to Inverness the whole way.Approximately 26 miles out of Perth leave the A9 signposted Pitlochry. The slip road runs directly into the Atholl Road high street. Continue up Atholl Road past the main shopping area until you reach the Auld Smiddy Inn on the right hand side. Take the next right up Larchwood Road. At the top of Larchwood Road you will see Torrdarach House (big pink house). Follow the road around to the left and then turn right onto Golf Course Road to find the entrance.By car from the NorthLeave the A9 signposted Pitlochry and follow the signs into town. A few hundred yards after entering Pitlochry turn left up Larchwood road, before the Auld Smiddy Inn. At the top of Larchwood Road you will see Torrdarach House (big pink house). Follow the road around to the left and then turn right onto Golf Course Road to find the entrance.By RailPitlochry station is on the East Coast main line. There are regular trains arriving from the south and north on a daily basis. The Intercity train (no change in Edinburgh) connecting Inverness with London stops in Pitlochry once a day. For specific timtables and booking you can use www.nationalrail.co.uk.Torrdarach House is only a few hundred yards from Pitlochry train station. However, if you advise us in advance we may be able to collect you upon arrival.By AirNational and international flights arrive daily into Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee and Inverness. Car hire is available at all airports and train stations are easily reached by taxi.