Short Breaks Pitlochry – Great-priced Accommodation in Perthshire
Short breaks Pitlochry . . . Maybe it’s time to treat yourself to a lovely change of horizon, far from the madding crowd, where the air is fresh, the scenery quite stunning and folk have time to stop and chat in a kindly way. Pitlochry’s superb Theatre is and excellent source of evening entertainment and the visual treats, peace and quiet and relaxing atmosphere make for a rewarding short break.
“Had a great time staying here. Very central location and Keith, Anne Verena and Martin couldn’t do enough for us. Felt very safe with Covid restrictions and organised very well across the hotel. Would stay again!” . . . Freetobook Review October 2020
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Short Breaks Perthshire at Rosemount Hotel Pitlochry. If a change of scene seems like a good idea, then Pitlochry Perthshire is the ideal location. With stunning scenery and a myriad of ways of engaging in that, there is something to offer every visitor. How uplifting for the spirit just to be somewhere that the eyes like to see! A Pitlochry short break offers a battery recharge – a pressing of the pause button – a re-boot! Check out some dates and rates here . . . . .
Pitlochry Short Breaks
Visitors taking short holidays in Pitlochry may not wish to travel for miles from their Hotel. Within a 3 mile radius of Pitlochry town are some truly stunning landscapes and features of historic and general interest. Each on its own, would make a memorable day’s visit. Rosemount Hotel is located at the centre of it all, just two streets back from the main street of Pitlochry.
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Discounts for stays of one or more nights over the weekend. There's much to see and do, so stretch your stay if you can . . . . .
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Details on booking short breaks Pitlochry
Rosemount Hotel occupies a slightly elevated position allowing stunning views over the town and to the Tummel Valley, beyond. Our four grades of room allow flexibility of choice. All rooms have ensuite facilities and match budget with great value and amenity.
PITLOCHRY FESTIVAL THEATRE BREAKS
WEEKEND BREAKS IN PITLOCHRY
UP TO 30%
FREE NIGHT OFFERS ON LONGER STAYS
ROSEMOUNT HOTEL PET-FRIENDLY BREAKS
PERTHSHIRE CYCLING BREAKS
PITLOCHRY ACTIVE BREAKS
PERTHSHIRE WALKING BREAKS
LATE AVAILABILITY OFFERS
UP TO 20% DISCOUNT
PERTHSHIRE GOLF BREAKS
Places to See Around Pitlochry
Pitlochry Town Centre is just a few minutes walk from Rosemount Hotel and offers an enticing opportunity to visit quality independent shops and cafes in an idyllic setting, typical of the short breaks Pitlochry exerience. The architecture of the town is Victorian/Edwardian and has been updated in keeping with that era, with a period-style canopy running a great deal of the length to protect visitors from the varied and interesting weather patterns we so enjoy (;-).
Pitlochry Fish Ladder
A visit to the newly opened Pitlochry Fish Ladder Visitor Centre has to be a “must-do” on any Pitlochry short break. A fascinating exhibition of the history of the production of hydro-electricity in the area, including the pioneering construction of the dam, gives the visitor an eye-opening insight into the challenges of harnessing nature for our benefit at such early stages of the development of the industry. An excellent cafe provides refreshment and great views.
Ben Vrackie Mountain
Just before you reach the structure, we recommend a quick “about-turn” to take in the stunning aspect of Ben Vrackie mountain from this particular point. It’s always difficult to photograph extremely beautiful scenery, but the shot above gives some idea of the peace and still beauty that greets you from the walkway. Moving onwards, enjoy a stroll along the river, past Pitlochry Festival Theatre and maybe call in at the Portnacraig Inn for a delicious, locally produced ice-cream or maybe sit by the river in their garden for a coffee or beer.
Riverside walk to Pitlochry Festival Theatre and Blair Athol Distillery
Where to go next depends on what interests you. For a visit to Blair Athol Distillery and its excellent insight into the production of Whisky, walk to the end of Portnacraig Lane and continue south, past the small housing development and cross the bridge over the river, enjoying the view of the dam. Immediately in front of you is Blair Athol Distillery.
Pitlochry Festival Theatre
This excellent facility offers a wide scope of quality performance options through most of the year. Tickets may be booked below and Rosemount is pleased to offer Pitlochry Theatre Breaks throughout the year.
Accommodation near Pitlochry Festival Theatre
|Rosemount Hotel is located exactly 1 mile drive from Pitlochry Festival Theatre. The walk is more direct and a pleasant stroll over a shorter distance still. This is a small, comfortable and friendly hotel offering pre-theatre dinner. Many high-value discounts are available for longer stays, weekend breaks in Pitlochry and early- and late-bookings - subject to availability.|
Pitlochry Theatre Accommodation and 2020 Programme
CLOSE TO PITLOCHRY FESTIVAL THEATRE
Rosemount Hotel is a small, comfortable and friendly haven 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. Free Theatre tickets are offered with stays of 4 or more days
ROSEMOUNT HOTEL PITLOCHRY
PITLOCHRY FESTIVAL THEATRE
See 6 Plays in 6 Days
There are few theatres that can compete with Pitlochry on repertoire. Each week, during the Summer Season, offers the opportunity to see 6 different plays. Standards are of the best order and with stunning location added, a fabulous experience is guaranteed
BAREFOOT in the PARK
Author of The Odd Couple, Pulitzer
prize winner, Neil Simon,
is one of America’s greatest writers.
Barefoot In The Park celebrates Corie, a free-spirited young girl, who marries Paul, a conservative lawyer. The inevitable tensions, combined with the colour and "interest" of a Greenwich Village neighbourhood make for an enjoyable romantic comedy.
Pre Theatre Dining at Rosemount Pitlochry
The menu at Rosemount consists of hearty and wholesome food which is freshly prepared and lovingly cooked to order. Our dining facility is largely reserved for our guests. This allows us to give each plate time, care and attention and to deliver prompt service. Pre-Theatre dinner is served early, each evening.
Sondheim's delightful Broadway classic is considered to be one of the crowning achievements of mid-twentieth century musical theatre. Gypsy is loosely based on the memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee, the famous striptease artist, and focuses on her mother, Rose, "the ultimate, aggressive showbiz mother." Her dreams and efforts to raise two daughters to perform onstage are revealed, casting an affectionate eye on the hardships of show business life.
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
Rosemount Hotel Theatre Weekend Breaks Pitlochry Perthshire
Be sure to book early to arrange our best accommodation and achieve greatest discounts for your Pitlochry Theatre Breaks.
Theatre Programme Summer 2020
During the Summer of 2019, the Theatre is performing a rotating repertoire of 6 different productions, giving the opportunity to see 6 plays in one week’s stay, or spread the experience over several short visits throughout the season.
The Repertoire extends as follows:
The Main Season runs from Friday 22 May 2020
Music by Julie Stein. Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Based on a book by Arthur Laurents
Sondheim’s delightful Broadway classic is considered to be one of the crowning achievements of mid-twentieth century musical theatre. Gypsy is loosely based on the memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee, the famous striptease artist, and focuses on her mother, Rose, “the ultimate, aggressive showbiz mother.” Her dreams and efforts to raise two daughters to perform onstage are revealed, casting an affectionate eye on the hardships of show business life.
BAREFOOT in the PARK (12 – 29 March)
Author of The Odd Couple, Pulitzer prize winner, Neil Simon, is one of America’s greatest writers.
Barefoot In The Park celebrates Corie, a free-spirited young girl, who marries Paul, a conservative lawyer. The inevitable tensions, combined with the colour and “interest” of a Greenwich Village neighbourhood make for an enjoyable romantic comedy.
A sharply witty comedy about 2 divorcees who concurrently re-marry younger partners and discover that they are honeymooning in adjacent hotel rooms
KISS ME QUICKSTEP
A fly-on-the-wall, whole-of-picture characterisation of the dazzling, sequin-studded world of Ballroom competition. Behind the immaculate glamour and skill lie the stresses, sacrifice and costs of extreme competion.
ADVENTURES WITH THE PAINTED PEOPLE
David Greig is Scotland’s foremost playwright. This play is a fascinating journey back 2000 years to the time of the Picts and Romans in this area.
CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF
A dramatic and sobering, poetic tale of greed, desire and death.
SENSE AND SENSIBILITY
Jane Austen. Adapted by Frances Poet
Austen’s novel explores the tensions of her time. Three sisters, suddenly impoverished, have little choice but to hope for honourable suitors to find future happiness.
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Black Spout Wood Walk to Edradour Distillery
Visitors taking Pitlochry short breaks may not wish to travel for miles from the Hotel. Within a 3 mile radius of the town are some truly stunning landscapes and features of historic and general interest.
Heading further south along Atholl Road, past Blair Athol Distillery, you’ll quickly come to a small blue sign on a lamp-post that directs you up a small lane into the Black Spout Woods. Walk under the railway bridge and up the path, past the mini golf course and upwards to your right. You’ll come upon the viewing platform to the fabulous Black Spout waterfall within minutes.
Map of Black Spout Woods/Edradour Walk
For further walking interest, you might continue uphill, flowing the path in a half-circle to a small holding idyllically located at the top of the woods. To the side of this is a path that leads towards Edradour Distillery. From the Distillery you can head back along the road towards Ben Vrackie, enjoying the vista which also includes Craigower Hill, Pitlochry Golf Course and Town and the hills of the Tummel Valley as a backdrop. It is a delightful downhill amble for about 20 minutes to the Town High Street.
Short Breaks Pitlochry – Places of interest within 5 miles
Queen’s View, Killiecrankie, Blair Atholl, Blair Castle and the House of Bruar
We hope we have tempted you to treat yourself to a Pitlochry short break so we get to meet you!
Find out more about Pitlochry Holidays and Short Breaks at Rosemount Hotel with further information on things to see and do.
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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 having just a few days in which to derive maximum enjoyment during your short breaks Pitlochry