Dog friendly Breaks at Rosemount Hotel, Pitlochry. A unique holiday haven for dog families

    How can I book Dog Friendly Breaks in Pitlochry Scotland?

    A rapidly increasing number of people are choosing to take dog friendly breaks Pitlochry Scotland and Rosemount Hotel is an ideal choice. Reviews attest that we give a genuine welcome to dogs and owners and have great facilities to cater for their particular requirements. We have taken on board the good management of pet friendly holidays and it has become a highly pleasurable part of our operation. You may book dog friendly Breaks in Pitlochry here.

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    Dog friendly Breaks in Pitlochry

    Rosemount Hotel has a variety of rooms in which dogs are accepted. There are four rooms grades which vary in size, tariff and amenity. We ask that dogs are not left unattended on the premises, but apart from that, they are welcome in all areas except the Restaurant. For further information about our dog friendly holiday accommodation and some fabulous walks in the area, read on . .


    Dog Friendly Hotel
    in Pitlochry

    . . . and things to do
    with the dog
    in Perthshire

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    Dog friendly walking breaks in and around Pitlochry


    Perthshire’s majestic glens are the stuff of legend – and that is fact. The area offers rich choice of Hill and Glen – each providing a beautiful visiting prospect during your Dog friendly stay in Pitlochry.

    Ben Vrackie

    Starting at Pitlochry, itself, we have the magnificent Ben Vrackie.

    Ben Vrackie is a well known and much loved hill which forms a scenic backdrop to the bustling resort town of Pitlochry in Highland Perthshire.

    Ben Vrackie translates as `speckled mountain` and comes from a time when white quartz rocks were scattered across its slopes. On a good clear day the view from the summit of 2,757 ft (841 m) is tremendous with the Beinn a Ghlo range to the north and the sweep of Strathtay and Strathtummel to the west. In exceptional conditions it is even possible to see Arthur’s Seat in Edinburgh.

    The walk to the summit of this imposing backdrop to Pitlochry town (sometimes known as Ben y Vrackie)  is approximately 3 hours  there and back from Rosemount Hotel. The path is well-constructed for most of the route, passing beside Moulin Burn and then across heather moorland. Red grouse and red deer live on the hillside and sometimes a flash of white can indicate the presence of the shy mountain hare.

    Return to Rosemount Hotel invigorated, happy and hungry. Time for a wee relaxing aperitif and a delicious meal with a happy dog at your feet. It’s a great sight to see several dog owners enjoying a few companionable hours chatting of an evening, with several dogs strewn across rugs, content. It feels SO right! You can read more about Pitlochry’s premium dog friendly hotel and find out about some longer walks below:-

    Short Breaks Pitlochry

    Designated area for dining with your pet or as a small private group

    Rosemount Hotel Pitlochry Bar.Dogs most welcome

    Beallach and Killiecrankie Walks

    For those preferring a longer walk, the well waymarked Bealach route follows a high moorland path of 10 miles, traversing the lower slopes of Ben Vrackie, onwards to Killiecrankie before returning to Pitlochry alongside a sheltered path by the River Garry.

    Killiecrankie and Beallach Walks
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    View of Loch Faskally
    from Pitlochry Dam

    View of the River Tummel
    from Pitlochry Dam

    Loch Faskally
    Viewed from The Foss Road

    Views of Loch Faskally along the Foss Road

    View of Loch Faskally from Clunie Dam

    Linn of Tummel
    Along from Coronation Bridge

    The Pass of Killiecrankie
    Viewed from the Garry Bridge

    Approaching Pitlochry Dam.
    Nearly home to Rosemount . . .

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    Day Trips with the Dog from Rosemount Pitlochry

    House of Bruar and Glen Lyon

    A highly popular car tour amongst visitors and those taking Perthshire walking breaks at Rosemount Hotel, takes in the House of Bruar – a fabulous Visitor Centre with great shopping and eating facilities. They are wonderfully canine-conscious, have a covered parking area for dog owners and a tap for water.

    From the house of Bruar, you might take the road that runs paralell to the A9 for Calvine then onwards towards Loch Tay and Glen Lyon – Perthshire’s longest, loveliest glen, where the road meanders alongside the river Lyon which tumbles through corries, gorges and meadows. The pools near Bridge of Balgie are accessible, with the added benefit of parking and a little tearoom nearby.

    From Glen Lyon, Loch Tay can be reached via a road passing around Ben Lawers Britain’s 10th highest mountain. It is well-known for its unique range of sub-arctic plants and wildlife, including rare alpine plants of striking colour and the Ptarmigan.

    Dog friendly Weekend Breaks Scotland

    If a shorter break with convenient walks is the order of the day, then the publication below is an excellent illustration of the 40 miles of waymarked Pitlochry trails that surround Rosemount Hotel.


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    Our location, just 5 minutes from the main street means that we are peacefully located, yet convenient for all that the town has to offer. We enjoy gorgeous views over the Tummel Valley and then upwards towards Ben Vrackie.

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