Things to see and do - Pitlochry
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Pitlochry Travel guide
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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
B 847 GB - Blair Atholl PH18 5TL
Blair Castle was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Atholl and the residence of the Duke of Atholl until the death of the last member of the line in 1996. A large part of the tower built in 1269 is intact and the castle with its turrets, crenallat..
35 st. Kinnoull GB - Blair Atholl PH1 5GD
Paths run along both sides of the seething Bruar Water up to the Falls of Bruar, allowing visitors to walk up one side and down the other. Both paths afford spectacular views of the rushing water and deep pools. The Clan Donnachaidh Museum is beyond ..
rd. Ford GB - Blair Atholl PH18 5SH
This corn mill was rebuilt after a fire in 1981. The various stages in the milling process are explained, from the watermill's hopper to the basement.
Bridge Of Tilt GB - Blair Atholl PH18 5SU
The Bridge of Tilt Hotel is a former hunting lodge which borders the River Tilt and the pretty village of Blair Atholl. Here you can be sure of a warm Highland welcome from our General Manager and staff. The hotel features a lovely bar lounge with o..
Pitlochry , Perthshire GB - Pitlochry PH16 5TE
Dating back to the 1660’s, this turreted stone house is situated 2 miles from Pitlochry. The family run East Haugh House Hotel boasts a bar and restaurant, along with free Wi-Fi and free private parking. Individually designed rooms feature a TV and ..
Blair Atholl GB - Blair Atholl PH18 5SG
Prix Prices from : 45 £
Opposite Blair Castle, family-run 19th-century Atholl Arms is full of character, offering log fires, locally sourced food and Wi-Fi. Shopping at the House of Bruar is nearby. The hotel's cuisine is fresh, simple, full of local flavours and served in..
GB - Grandtully PH9 0PL
Smart, modern inn on the banks of the Tay; have coffee and homemade cake in the snug bar or head to the large dining room for superb views over the water. Choose from pub favourites on the bar menu or more ambitious dishes on the main menu. The owner..
GB - Killiecrankie PH16 5LG