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Rosemount Hotel near Pitlochry Town Centre

So which hotel near Pitlochry town centre is it to be? If small, cosy and friendly is your choice, we rather think you might like Rosemount Hotel Pitlochry. We are 5 minutes walk from the town centre,  and one of the hotels in Pitlochry that are less than a mile from Pitlochry  Festival Theatre . The hotel resides at the centre of an enormous network of waymarked walks, hikes and trails. These pass through forest, hill and glen and offer some truly stunning views of the Perthshire backdrop. As an added bonus, you can book your pet dog in too. He or she will be treated as a family member.

hotels in Pitlochry

You’ll find a range of rooms to choose from, ranging from Economy rooms on the lower end of the tariff scale to highly comfortable and spacious Junior Suites. This degree of choice makes us a good choice amongst Pitlochry Hotels for the budget-conscious.

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Rosemount Hotel Pitlochry has great access to the Active Pursuit Centres of Perthshire

Each time we check out the possibilities for outdoor pursuits for active breaks in Perthshire, the list has grown. It includes every imaginable activity that involves water, rocks and trees, making thorough and imaginative use of every natural resource in the area. The great thing is that most folk respect the phenomenal natural asset that makes up Perthshire’s landscape. Very few signs remain that heart-warming fun has filled the air each and every day in so many locations around and about.

A Great Choice of Outdoor Pursuits combined with Big Discounts on Accommodation

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Stay at Rosemount Hotel Pitlochry for Adventure Breaks Pitlochry

Adrenalin boosting is becoming a big industry in Perthshire. Thrill seekers are spoilt for choice with professionally run quality pursuits operating within a few miles in any direction. Several local agencies organise activities, including ;-

Pitlochry Outdoor Activities

Activities Located in Pitlochry

Pitlochry holidays can be enriched in many ways by the excellent choice of activities available in the area. There are too many to cover all bases, but here are just a few. We would be delighted to assist with further information:-

The Short List

Abseiling, Archery, Bungee Pitlochry, Canyoning Pitlochry,  Guided bike hire, Cycle hire, Road-cycling, Cross-Country Cycling, Mountain Biking, Paintball, White Water rafting Pitlochry, Quad Biking, 4×4 – off-road, Fishing, Ghillie-hire, Walking, Hiking, Climbing .

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Rosemount Hotel in Pitlochry is very close to Pitlochry Theatre

Pitlochry Festival Theatre occupies a majestic riverside position which is less than one mile, and a very pleasant stroll, from Rosemount Hotel in Pitlochry. Here, visitors to Pitlochry have the opportunity to see six different plays each week during the Summer Season. There is also a Winter Words Festival, a Spring Concert Season and end of season plays and musicals. Interspersed throughout are a series of workshops. All in all, a rich and varied offering for the enquiring mind. Combine a visit to the theatre with a stay at Rosemount Hotel near Pitlochry. Many special offers give opportunities to make savings equal to the cost of a theatre ticket.

Pitlochry Theatre Breaks

CLOSE TO PITLOCHRY FESTIVAL THEATRE

Rosemount is a small, comfortable and friendly Hotel within a pleasant stroll or drive from Pitlochry Festival Theatre. A selection of room grades offer a choice of amenity to match budget. Pre Theatre dining available

ROSEMOUNT HOTEL PITLOCHRY

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CHICAGO

Set during prohibition, the stage show is based upon a book written by a contemporary reporter, Maurine Dallas Watkins and relates to criminal characters contained within her reporting. Pitlochry Theatre engages with this raunchy, punchy satire on corruption and the celebrity criminal of the era, helped by a talented cast of 16 and a sizeable live band

THE MUSICAL

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QUALITY STREET

Described , by Samuel French, as a cup of exquisite comic delight, this story is set in the Napoleonic era and tells of the lessons to be learned from the loss of youth and changing fortune. in one of the most endearing and enduring comedies

J M BARRIE'S

Pitlochry Theatre Breaks

THEATRE BREAKS

Offers include free nights with longer stays. Generous "Last Minute" and "Earlybird" offers are also available. Don't forget to book for early, pre-theatre dining. A warm welcome and maybe a malt or two await upon your return from the evening's performance

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Pre Theatre Dining at Rosemount Pitlochry

The menu at Rosemount consists of hearty, wholesome and unpretentious food which is freshly prepared and cooked to order. We don't serve vast quantities of meals and so each plate is given time, care and attention and is delivered promptly.

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THE RISE AND FALL OF LITTLE VOICE

Nostalgia at its best! Team up a combination of 90s setting and the fascination of the principle characters with the classic records of Hollywood and Vegas idols like Judy Garland, Shirley Bassey and Marilyn Monroe and you have an enchanting trip down memory lane, in the company of big hair, big suits and big voice

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TRAVESTIES

TOM STOPPARD'S

The play centres on the figure of Henry Carr, an elderly man who reminisces about Zürich in 1917 during the First World War, and his interactions with James Joyce when he was writing Ulysses, Tristan Tzara during the rise of Dada, and Lenin leading up to the Russian Revolution. As he reminisces, Carr's memory becomes prone to distraction, and instead of predictable historical biography these characters are interpreted through the maze of his mind.

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Hotels close to Pitlochry Festival Theatre

Rosemount Hotel is just 1 mile drive from Pitlochry Festival Theatre. A shortcut, on foot, via Pitlochry's Suspension Bridge, makes the walk a pleasant stroll over an even shorter distance

PITLOCHRY THEATRE BREAKS

THE LAST WITCH

A rich, poetic tale full of ambiguity and suspense, The Last Witch reimagines the true story of the alleged Witch of Dornoch: did Janet Horne actually practise witchcraft? Or was she was a charismatic, free-thinking woman, ahead of her time?

BY RONA MUNRO . . . . .

Pitlochry Festival Theatre

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