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Rosemount Hotel, Pitlochry is offering the following Pitlochry Hotel breaks deals for your holiday in Scotland –
- Midweek breaks in Pitlochry – Book early for up to 25% discount
- Pitlochry Weekend breaks – Stay 2 nights for up to 15% discount on our B&B rates.
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Pitlochry Hotel breaks in the Heart of some Stunning Scenery
Pitlochry Hotel Breaks put you at the centre of some of the best scenery in the UK. You can walk from our very door to fill your days with gorgeous sights. Alternatively the possibilities to cycle, ride or drive to some truly heavenly places are varied and many.
There is so much stunning scenery to see within a one hour drive of the town, it is impossible to list it all in this passage, but here are some “must-dos” :-
A week is never long enough to even begin to experience the full beauty of Northern Perthshire
Whilst a week is never long enough to even begin to experience the full beauty of Northern Perthshire, we hope to save some time spent in researching the many prospects for enjoyable days out with the information on this page . . . .
Pitlochry Town Walk (o – 2 miles)
A great way to relax whilst taking Pitlochry Hotel Breaks is to stroll through the town, past quaint independent shops and cafes and either take the road to Pitlochry Dam (detailed below) or stretch a little further onwards to Pitlochry Boating station or even the idyllic Loch Dunmore. There are miles and miles of dreamy loch-side and forest-path walks and various oppotunities for refreshment enroute. Details are available at Reception.
Pitlochry Dam and Fish Ladder (1/2 mile).
Just walk through town and follow the signs to drink in the stunning scenery to be witness from this viewpoint. Before walking on to the dam, turn around so as not to miss Ben Vrackie from its most stunning viewpoint. Once on the dam, gaze out across Loch Tummel at the beautiful Autumn palettes with maybe a dusting of snow on the hilltops beyond. If you are lucky enough to experience this on a crisp, fresh blue-sky day, you might have to travel far to better the memory – but maybe not so far, as there are other truly stunning scenes within a reasonably short drive from the town
Walk to Edradour Distillery past Black Spout Waterfall (o -5 miles)
Walk in a southerly direction along the High Street, past Blair Athol Distillery to a point where you can see the end of the housing along the left hand pavement. On a lamp post you will see a small blue sign for the Black Spout Woods which will direct up a stoney lane, past a car park on your right, then up and around to pass a small pitch and put golf course on your left.
At the fork in the path head up and two the right where you will quickly come to a viewing platform overlooking the beautiful Black Spout waterfall. If you wish, you can now head on up to Edradour Distillery by walking further up and along in a half circle to a small woodland cottage. Take the path around to the left of the cottage and press on until you meet the road.
Edradour Distillery – One of Scotland’s smallest in size, yet big on Character
Edradour Distillery is on the right along this road. You’ll probably wish to fit in a tour to learn the delights of the history of whisky production in the Pitlochry area. Doubtless the end product will be of interest too and the free wee dram a most welcome source of fuel for the walk back to town.
Finally, head back to Pitlochry by following this road to the right from the Distillery gates and saunter back down , enjoying a stunning, virtual 360 degree panorama. The road passes high over Pitlochry town, offering views over to and along the Tummel Valley. Directly ahead you’ll enjoy the scenic vistas of Ben Vrackie and Craigower Hill
Pitlochry Festival Theatre (1/2 mile)
Follow this link – Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Queen’s View (7 miles)
Follow this link – Queen’s View
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