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“Exceptionally welcoming and friendly. Lovely spacious room with views and comfy bed. Also made my dogs very welcome ” . . . 4.8/5 . . . FreetoBook May 2017
Rosemount Hotel is a Pitlochry dog friendly Hotel Perthshire. We work hard to provide the perfect place for a holiday break for folk who simply want to be with their dogs. You’ll find our dog inclusive policy goes far beyond providing a room where dogs may stay. Our canine visitors are treated as guests. We love dogs. We also know they are the whole point of your holiday and our dog friendly Perthshire breaks are based on that.
Stay with your dog at Pitlochry’s Rosemount Hotel Perthshire – simply because they will be very welcome and our pet-friendly facilities are second to none.
Rosemount Hotel Pitlochry Perthshire
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Our pet friendly policy is highly successful in making Rosemount a great place to stay for ALL guests.
We thank guests in advance for observing the few small courtesies that it contains.
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Our Dog Friendly Hotel Perthshire Breaks in Pitlochry start at around £75 per room for B&B in an Economy room to around £135 for a Junior Suite. Various offers apply at different times of year, so, out of season it is possible to find some amazing deals on our larger rooms which greatly reduce the above rates.
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Rosemount offers comfortable Perthshire holiday accommodation in ensuite rooms. Many have lovely views of typical Perthshire countryside with lushly wooded hills against a magnificently ever-changing sky. We are close to town and theatre and the beautiful scenery of Pitlochry.
Telephone enquiries to 01796 472302
Dog friendly Hotel Perthshire – Pitlochry Accommodation
Our dog friendly hotel Pitlochry accommodation is included in all of our four room-grades and makes us an ideal base for a break with the dog. We’ve mile upon mile of waymarked walks that lead from our door for fabulous walks. Upon your return, we have some dog friendly dining areas for you to enjoy a meal in the company of your pet and Lounge areas where you may enjoy some shaggy dog stories with other pet owners while your dogs lie happily at your feet. It has been said that our cosy atmosphere gives us the personal friendliness of a dog friendly B&B Pitlochry. When guests arrive on their dog friendly breaks Pitlochry, we want to know their dog’s name. A Doggy Treat Bag is waiting at Reception with:-
- a map of local walks – miles and miles of hiking paths – up hill, down dale, along river and loch, with safe swimming area. You’ll venture past tumbling cascades and ascend to stunning, open viewpoints.
- directions to the “lettin’off steam” park (just across the road – and conveniently supplied with red doggy bins). great for kids too, as it has swings’n things.
- a treat
- a disposable towel.
We have dedicated areas in the hotel where dog owners may enjoys meals in the company of their furry friends.
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Our location, just 5 minutes stroll from Pitlochry’s 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. A network of over 40 miles of waymarked walks runs from our door. This takes you through forestry, along rivers, past waterfalls, up-hill and down-dale, according to preference. All ideal when holidaying with dogs Pitlochry. Parks and safe-swimming areas add to the mix to make Pitlochry the perfect destination for a dog friendly break Pitlochry. When combined with their 100% commitment to a dog-inclusive environment, this makes Rosemount an ideal dog friendly hotel Perthshire.
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Up to 20% off many bookings during 2016
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Morning mists, plenty of fresh air and stunning scenery . . . All for FREE on a dog friendly holiday at Rosemount Hotel Pitlochry
Ben Vrackie is a fabulous 3 hr walk from Rosemount with small Lochan for safe swimming for the dog. Views are stunning
THE BRAES O' KILLIECRANKIE WALK
A fabulous, multi-staged walk through stunning scenery with safe swimming and running areas for the dog.
The Linn of Tummel, along from the Coronation Bridge on the Killiecrankie/ Beallach Walk
The Falls of Bruar is
just 5 miles from
Rosemount Hotel Pitlochry
Dog friendly Hotels Pitlochry
Everyone at Rosemount really cares about your dog
You’ll find that Rosemount’s staff are dog-mad and take great pleasure in spoiling and making a fuss of our doggy guests. All of Rosemount’s canine guests know where the treats are kept. If you lose them during your time at the hotel, like as not they’ll be at Reception, sitting as pretty as a picture and focussed in a the way only a dog can be, on the treat tin! True story . . . . .
If our canine guests are allowed, they may also have a sausage for breakfast. Yum!
Ground Floor Junior Suite – An Exceptional Facility for Pet Families
This is our Ground Floor Junior Suite – the most popular room for dog families. In addition to being extremely spacious, it has two entrances, one to the outside and leading straight to our entrance, opposite the park. An ideal room for a dog friendly Hotel Pitlochry.
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We have just a few courtesies to ask to make our dog-inclusive, dog friendly Rosemount Hotel Pitlochry a place that everyone would like to stay:-
- We ask that dogs are not left unattended on the premises unless for brief periods in their cage. If this is the case, we would like to have a contact mobile number . It would be a pleasure check in on them from time to time to make sure they are not stressed. We will even bring them to sit with us at Reception for a short spell on the understanding that this courtesy is not abused. Sadly, we do not have the resources to provide 5 to 6-hour long dog-sitting sessions, much as in a perfect world, we would be perfectly happy to do so.
- Dogs are taken to the park directly across the road for toilet purposes. Our bins take quite heavy waste objects which could burst a poo-bag.
The Braes of Killecrankie walk can be conveniently sectioned down into smaller walks using one of several bridges that span the waterways enroute. This makes it ideal for novice or avid hiker alike. For those preferring a hill climb, the walk can incorporate an add-on in the form of the route that runs along Craigower Hill, entitled the Beallach Walk. This is also waymarked and dotted blue, on the map above, as an extension to the heavily demarcated route which skirts Loch Tummel and ventures part-way along the River Garry.
Phase 1 – Pitlochry Dam to The Boating Station and Back to Town. A shorter, pleasant loch-side stroll which can be extended to the fuller walk
The route to Pitlochry Dam (Fish Ladder) is well marked at the northwest end of town. It takes about 15 minutes to walk there from Rosemount Hotel Pitlochry. If the intention is simply to enjoy the waterside stroll to cross the Clunie Bridge (marking the start of the walk on the map, above) and walk back to the Boating Station, then there will be time to enjoy the small independent shops and cafes that make our town so very pleasant a place to spend a few hours’ browsing and relaxing.
The views from both sides of Pitlochry Dam are perfectly delightful. However, if you wish to press on, take the path to the right once you have crossed the dam and follow this along the loch in front of Fonab Castle Hotel to an opening that takes you very briefly near the A9, so maybe any off-lead dogs and small children could be secured at this stage. From here, a perfectly good pavement takes you along the quiet Foss Road to Clunie Bridge – where the Killiecrankie walk picks up on our map above.
Phase 2 – Clunie Bridge to Clunie Dam (Idyllic Picnic Spot) and Spardon Wood, then press on for Linn of Tummel, or return to Clunie Bridge and Pitlochry Town
Now’s the time to take a choice. Either cross Clunie Bridge, heading back to town via Pitlochry Boating Staion, or press onwards. Your walk could take you to Clunie Dam and Spardon Wood for some fabulous birds eye views of the most spectacular part of the Tummel Valley, then maybe down to the Loch at Clunie Dam for picnic before returning to Clunie Bridge and Pitlochry, or you could press on for the Linn of Tummel, across Coronation Bridge to the meeting of the Rivers Tay and Garry. This is a delightful walk alongside tumbling rapids of the Linn of Tummel. When rainfall is sufficient, waterfalls also grace the hillside drops into the river and the mind turns to Hobbits, Elves and Fairies.
On, then to the Garry Bridge – the next point which gives an opportunity to curtail the walk. Coincidentally, this is also home to Highland Fling Bungee, so fear not should you hear blood-curdling screams upon approach. It really is nothing personal:-
Phase 3 – Another choice to press on to Killiecrankie Visitor Centre ( and maybe a bus back to Pitlochry or the uphill Beallach Route) or to take the route along the opposite side of Loch Faskally to return to Pitlochry
The last phase of the walk allows one or two more opportunities to curtail – either by pressing on to Killiecrankie Visitor centre (being mindful of the 100 step upward climb) and catching a bus back to Pitlochry, or else by returning along the north facing shore of Loch Faskally via the Boating Station.
Also from Killiecrankie Centre, it is possible to take the Bealach na Searmoin hillside path back to Pitlochry, though we advise that if this is the preference, to reverse the direction of the entire walk, since this stretch is the hardest on the legs.However, the views and total peace and serenity make the slight effort worthwhile.
Back at Rosemount Hotel, a warm, cosy bar awaits with a fine stock of malt whiskies. Just the job to put a spring back in your step. A hearty dinner and fireside chat make a perfect end to the most perfect day.
To briefly touch on the miles and miles of fabulous walks and swim areas for dogs in Pitlochry, we’ve added the photos, below, of the Black Spout Wood, near Rosemount Hotel. Conveniently situated close to the hotel, this offers lots of woodland paths for Poochy to explore and there’s a fabulous waterfall for human companions to admire. A perfect distraction on dog friendly weekend breaks in Pitlochry.
It would be great to see you and your pet/s sometime soon!
We regret we cannot offer facilities for groups wishing to bring large numbers of dogs on holiday.
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