New Year / Hogmanay in Pitlochry Scotland

    The New Year festivities of Hogmanay in Pitlochry Scotland still evoke the traditions of the past with celebrations of friendship in the saying farewell to the old and hello to the new. The stunning surroundings, in their own right, bring a sense of occasion to any visit, but hold a particular resonance at this time of year. Rosemount Hotel offers a Scottish New Year celebration beginning with a Hogmanay Dinner with Ceilidh. A skilled traditional musician will entertain with lilts and rhythms of our own ethnic soundscape. After the bells, guests often like to head outside, to stand around our fire pits, warming their fingers around a glass of mulled wine and watch some fireworks let off locally.

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    New Year's Day and Pitlochry's Famous Street Ceilidh

    On January 1st, Pitlochry hosts its very own street party and Ceilidh with hundreds of folk sharing the fun of burrelling the length of the High Street to the Gay Gordons and Dashing White Sergeant. Late Brunch at Rosemount provides the perfect fuel before you head to the party that draws folk from far and wide. Pitlochry Hogmanay Hotels Then, it's back to Rosemount for a warming drink, maybe a steaming glass of mulled wine, and a wee rest before dinner. There is plenty of choice between relaxing  in the warm and friendly environment of the hotel, or in visiting town, just a few minutes stroll away. You might wish to take a moment to plan tomorrow's enjoyment of this stunning area. Pitlochry Hogmanay Dinner Local attractions open include Blair Athol Distillery, House of Bruar and Falls, Ian Burnett's Highland Chocolatier. If a wander around Pitlochry is more appropriate, then we have the fabulous Dam and Fish Ladder walk, the Black Spout Waterfall, Craigower Hill or even Ben Vrackie mountain.

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