8 Lettoch Terrace, Pitlochry, Scotland
Lettoch House is a holiday home featuring a garden with a sun terrace, set in Pitlochry, 5 km from Killiecrankie. Guests benefit from terrace. Free WiFi is available throughout the property and free private parking is available on site. There is a dining area and a kitchen as well as a private bathroom. Towels and bed linen are featured in this holiday home. A selection of activities are offered in the area, such as fishing and hiking. The nearest airport is Edinburgh Airport, 87 km from Lettoch House.
Riverwood Strathtay, Pitlochry, Scotland
The Riverwood Strathtay A discreet entrance with a sweeping driveway leads into a secluded 4 acres of wooded and lawned grounds overlooking the majestic River Tay, which forms part of our natural garden, and for which we have brown trout fishing rights over a 150m stretch of the river.
Adjacent to the River Tay in the Heart of Highland Perthshire, Riverwood Strathtay is a stylish retreat set in 4 acres of lawns and woodland. The village of Strathtay has its own golf course and the Grandtully Rapids offer a thrill for canoeists. Each room has access to free Wi-Fi and is decorated in a chic and neutral style. The en suites at Riverwood have under-floor heating, and views from the windows look down over the lawn to the River Tay. Breakfast is served in the bright breakfast room, with tables overlooking the Tay, strategically positioned to enjoy the natural wildlife. A 10-minute drive from the property is the town of Aberfeldy, with several shops and restaurants. Strathtay also has a few popular eating spots.
Mill Lane, Pitlochry, Scotland
Situated in the centre of the highland resort of Pitlochry, The Old Mill Inn is a 5-minute walk from Pitlochry rail station and many high street shops. Free parking is available on site. Free Wi-Fi, an en suite shower room and a flat-screen TV are featured in each room at The Old Mill Inn. Tea and coffee making facilities are also provided. Fresh, local produce is used to create the dishes served at lunch and dinner in the hotel restaurant, such as steaks which are supplied by a local Perthshire butcher. A wide selection of wines are also available, and drinks can be enjoyed in the outdoor seating area. The historic Bolfracks Estate is a 25-minute drive and features an ornamental garden with many rare and unusual plants.
162 Atholl Road, Pitlochry, Scotland
The Claymore is an attractive Victorian residence with its own private drive with free parking and gardens, only 2 minutes walk from Pitlochry town centre. Wi-Fi is available throughout the property. With a range of en-suite accommodation including four poster rooms and ground floor rooms, all tastefully decorated with their own individual style. Some of our rooms are also pet-friendly. Also available are the Claymore Apartments (deluxe rooms). Enjoy a peaceful nights rest in our boutique style bedrooms, which feature bathrooms with large walk-in showers, heated mirrors and towel rails. They are finished with the highest quality oak and leather.
Golf Course Road, Pitlochry, Scotland
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 an iPad with a Times newspaper subscription, 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.
14 Higher Oakfield, Pitlochry, Scotland
In a quiet Pitlochry location, Beinn Bhracaigh is a 5-star Victorian guest house with panoramic valley views. There is free parking on site, a lounge, and a residents' 'honesty' bar with over 50 malt whiskies, and a selection of Scottish beer. Simply decorated, rooms at Beinn Bhracaigh come with a flat-screen TV, a DVD player, a spacious en suite bathroom, and tea/coffee making facilities. Eleven of the twelve rooms overlook the garden as well as views of the scenic Perthshire hills. With far-reaching views of the surrounding countryside, the dining rooms have a picturesque setting overlooking Pitlochry. Guests can enjoy a hearty breakfast served daily, which is pre-selected the night before and it includes local specialities, such as grilled Dunkeld smoked salmon.
2 East Moulin Road, Pitlochry, Scotland
Birchwood Hotel is located in Pitlochry, close to Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Pitlochry Power Station and Dam, and Edradour Distillery. Additional area points of interest include Ben Vrackie.
Birchwood Hotel features a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Guest parking is complimentary. Other property amenities at this Victorian property include a garden.
12 guestrooms at Birchwood Hotel feature coffee/tea makers and hair dryers.
This Victorian, family-run house is set in 2 acres of woodland and a 5-minute walk to the town of Pitlochry. It offers uniquely decorated bedrooms, good food and a garden. The Birchwood is within a 30-minute drive to Tummel and Loch Rannoch. Guests can enjoy breathtaking scenery while walking, cycling, climbing or fishing. The Birchwood Hotel's restaurant offers the best of fresh, Scottish produce. The menu, which is recreated daily, is complimented by a selection of fine wines. Each bedroom is unique and has colour co-ordinated linen, curtains and bedding. All beds have electric blankets for cold nights and all rooms come with tea/coffee making facilities. Guests can relax in the hotel's garden, which occasionally get a visit from a deer or red squirrels inhabiting the woodland.
165 Antholl Road, Pitlochry, Scotland
Tucked away in secluded wooded grounds in the highland town of Pitlochry, this beautiful early Victorian House is a boutique-style Bed and Breakfast, providing a unique blend of the traditional with the luxury of contemporary design, City chic in a rural setting.
Located in quiet wooded grounds, a 10-minute walk from the centre of Pitlochry, Craigatin is a grand Victorian property offering modern bedrooms, cooked breakfasts and free Wi-Fi. The bedrooms are all individually decorated with luxurious furnishings. Each has modern touches such as a flat-screen TV, and an en suite bathroom with free toiletries. Breakfast is served in the new dining room, which features a log-burning stove. The menu includes buffet items as well as a traditional cooked Scottish breakfast. There are various restaurants a short walk away. Guests staying at the Craigatin House and Courtyard can find several nearby activities such as fishing, golfing, walking and cycling. There is free parking to all guests.
Bonnethill Road Pirlochry PH16 5ED, Pitlochry, Scotland
This apartment features a barbecue and free WiFi is available . There is a seating area and a kitchenette complete with an oven, a microwave and a toaster. A TV is provided. The nearest airport is Edinburgh Airport, 87 km from the property.
Perth Road, Pitlochry, Scotland
This collection of self-catering lodges and cottages is situated in the grounds of Atholl Palace Hotel. Free parking is available on site. In the hotel's former walled garden, the Holiday Lodges have individually decorated rooms. Guests can enjoy a TV with a DVD player, and a fully equipped kitchen with a refrigerator. The Victorian town of Pitlochry sits alongside the River Tummel, and is surrounded by scenic countryside. The stunning Cairngorms National Park can be reached in 10 minutes' drive.
Port Na Craig, Pitlochry, Scotland
Set in the Victorian town of Pitlochry along the banks of the River Tummel, Port Na Craig Inn & Restaurant offers free on-site parking and free Wi-Fi access. Blair Athol Distillery, famous for producing Bell's Scotch whisky, is a 15-minute walk away. The spacious rooms at Port Na Craig Inn & Restaurant each have a unique design to them. They feature an en suite bathroom, a TV with satellite channels and a DVD player and a work desk. Also included are complimentary toiletries and a hairdryer. The restaurant, together with its conservatory, offers a cosy dining venue. Inside, food is served all day using freshly prepared local Scottish produce. From the B&B, Pitlochry Festival Theatre is less than 4 minutes' walk away. ...
Higher Oakfield, Pitlochry, Scotland
Situated in 1.5 acres of elevated grounds, Knockendarroch House is 5 minutes' walk from Pitlochry town centre. The elegant rooms offer wonderful views of Tummel Valley, Ben Vrackie or the pretty gardens. Set in a magnificent stone-built Victorian building, the rooms have been individually decorated in a simple, elegant style. All rooms have an en suite bathroom and a TV. The period property boasts original features and traditional charm. The dinner menu changes daily and includes vegetarian options. The lounge has cosy log fires and offers a selection of malt whiskies and fine liqueurs. Special diets can be catered for and packed lunches and early breakfasts are available on request. The Knockendarroch House Hotel is ...
Foss Road, Pitlochry, Scotland
Fonab Castle Hotel in Pitlochry is set to take the Scottish Highlands by storm when it opens its doors on 27 May 2013 This luxury indulgent Castle hotel experience is in the very heart of Scotland nestled on the banks of Loch Faskally built originally for the Sandeman dynasty the sherry and port merchants the property has been lovingly restored by the Clark family The hotel has 23 rooms and 4 beautiful Suites some in the original Castle some in its tastefully designed modern annex ...
Opened in 2013 at no expense-spared' by the Clark family, Fonab has already established itself as the premier hotel in the area. Fonab Castle Hotel is unique, luxurious and, above all, an experience. Little wonder that guests have described their stay at the Castle as faultless with one guest describing her stay as a fairy tale' experience.Individually designed bedrooms designed by mother and daughter team Joanne Clark and Becky Cross are nothing less than indulgent with bathrooms boasting fluffy towels and superb toiletry products. The inspiration comes from the romance and colour of the surrounding Perthshire Highlands. There are two excellent restaurants; the Fonab Brassiere for lighter meals and the Sandeman Fine Dining restaurant offering the finest in Scottish fare.
Last Updated 15 January 2018