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Blair Castle Reviews and Attractions Check Out Holiday Accommodation In The Area Nearly seven centuries have passed since the Atholl family first settled in Blair Castle. The castle has been around for seven hundred and fifty years, and during that time it has developed and evolved in response to both turbulent and peaceful eras. This old mansion of the family's politicians, warriors, farmers, and businessmen vividly brings to life the family's rich history by featuring thirty rooms with...

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Pitlochry, Perthshire Highlands Find a Pitlochry Hotel that is luxurious, carefully and tastefully decorated throughout, situated within acres of gardens and woodland, or a classic Scottish Country House Hotel that offers distinctive accommodation in historic Pitlochry, with delicious menus and classic, hearty food. Find a country house with beautiful gardens in Perthshire, the region renowned as the gateway to the Cairngorm National Park. This central position provides tourists with easy access to a wide range of activities and experiences, including whisky tasting, distillery tours, golf, fishing, active sports, and hill walking, all of which are within easy driving distance of Pitlochry.

There are magnificent views of the Tummel Valley and the Perthshire mountains in the background. Find a holiday property ranging from a highland lodge in the highlands to a lovely cottage on a beach with a view of the sea.

The Tummel River may be seen winding through the valley level. Ballinluig has a post office, a gas station, and a general store. Pitlochry is easily accessible and has a decent selection of hotels, stores, and services, as well as a theatre and a number of good private schools, including Glenalmond, Morrison's Academy, Ardvreck, Strathallan, Kilgraston, and Craigclowan.

This location offers a wide range of outdoor activities for people of all ages. Discover some stunning highland scenery with strong road and rail connectivity to Perth and Edinburgh, or rent a camper van and travel around.

The Pass of Killiecrankie, the Queen's View at Loch Tummel, Blair Castle, The House of Bruar, Loch Tay, Glen Lyon, Schiehallion and Ben Lawers, and Edradour Distillery, Scotland's smallest, are just a few of the prominent sites nearby. Discover outdoor activities such as golf, fishing, and water sports.

The neighbouring Killiecrankie Pass is known for its extraordinary natural beauty and history.

The (Highland Fling) is a daring bungee jump from the Garry Bridge!

Find a hotel or bed and breakfast with rooms that include complimentary bed linen, high-quality bathroom towels, Scottish toiletries, and tea and coffee making facilities.

Pitlochry and Dunkeld both have railway stations on the Inverness-London route, with connections to the rest of Scotland, England, and further afield.

The A9 is the major route into the Highlands, including dual carriageway stretches between Dunkeld and Perth, where it connects with the M90 south to Edinburgh and Edinburgh airport, and continues west to Stirling and the M9/M80 for Glasgow.

Stay in a guest house for that perfect stay in Perth or the other cities in the region find comfortable hotel accommodation with a range of pristine rooms and plenty of amenities, along with good hospitality, all giving different sizes and kinds of rooms to meet your needs and budget.

  • Pitlochry Postcode PH16
  • Pitlochry Latitude 56.7044° N Longitude -3.7297° W
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Home of Celtic kings, pilgrim farmers and Scotland's Iron Age loch-dwellers.

Pitlochry is also the host town of the annual Etape Caledonia, an 85 mile closed road cycle race that starts and finishes in the town centre in May each year.

Pitlochry fishing includes superb salmon and trout beats on the River Tummel and River Garry as well as bank and boat fishing on Loch Bhac and Loch Kinardochy for rainbow trout and brown trout.

On the Portnacrig/Pitlochry beat below the dam the 5 year average catch is around 150 salmon with April and May normally being the best months.

The Pitlochry Highland Games were one of the first re-established in Scotland, in 1852. Today the Games can attract a good crowd of up to 5,000 plus all the competitors, judges, stewards and other helpers when visiting the games search Pitlochry Holiday Accommodation.

They have two whisky distilleries within the town, Edradour Distillery and the smallest in Scotland, and Blair Atholl.

Walk to the stunning waterfalls that inspired Robert Burns' poem, The Birks O' Aberfeldy.

Visit the fairy-tale white Blair Castle, with the last and only private army in Europe.

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