Pitlochry Travel guide
Pitlochry : Michelin's recommendations
Set in the Tummel Valley, on one of the roads that General Wade built in the Highlands around 1720, Pitlochry only really prospered during the Victorian Age, when it became a popular spa town. Since then, Pitlochry has grown into a tourist centre, ideally located on the Great North Road. Today, a bypass spares the town from the worst of the summer traffic.
Tourist attractions Pitlochry : Things to see and do
22 Atholl Road GB - Pitlochry PH16 5BX
Queen's View is a viewpoint up above Loch Tummel. There is a magnificent panorama over the loch and the cone-shaped peak of Schiehallion (1,083m). Queen Victoria visited this place in 1866, hence the name.
Pitlochry Power Station GB - Pitlochry PH16 5ND
This power station is part of the Tummel Valley development. Damming of the river (16.5 m high and 139 m long) has created Loch Faskally and regulates the flow of water. The highlight of the tour is the salmon ladder which enables the fish to swim up..
West Moulin Rd GB - Pitlochry PH16 5EQ
"We are a family run hotel offering a warm welcome, relaxed atmosphere with bar, and conference facilities.Disabled guests are well catered for with suitable access for wheelchair users.Everything at the Craigvrack is about giving that little bi..
75-79 Atholl Road GB - Pitlochry PH16 5BN
Centrally located in the beautiful Victorian Town of Pitlochry in the Perthshire Highlands, this elegant hotel is just 500 metres from Pitlochry Rail Station. Fisher's Hotel has a traditional bar and free on-site parking. The spacious bedrooms each ..
Larchwood Road GB - Pitlochry PH16 5AS
Prix Prices from : 80 £
Tigh Na Cloich Hotel is an elegant Victorian house with gardens, en suite rooms and free Wi-Fi. Pitlochry town centre is just 2 minutes’ walk away. With panoramic views of the Tummel Valley, the hotel offers bedrooms with TV, tea/coffee and hairdrye..
154 Atholl Rd GB - Pitlochry PH16 5AG
Old blacksmith's forge with a small, colourful garden and a large terrace and courtyard. It has a likeable simplicity, with polished slate floors and wood burning stoves. Summer menus feature fish and salads; winter menus, hearty classics.
Clunie Bridge Rd GB - Pitlochry PH16 5JY
GB - Pitlochry PH16 5TE
Charming fishermens' bar and bright, laid-back restaurant, located in a lovely 17C turreted house. Seasonal Scottish menu is served in both areas; cooking is clean and exact, with fish and game to the fore and fresh, home-baked breads.