Scotland has grown in popularity as a Summer holiday destination, reaching almost cult status. Therefore, finding accommodation for Pitlochry Summer Breaks can prove challenging, especially from July onwards.
Midweek can often be a quieter time to take a Pitlochry break during the Summer and we always encourage visitors to book at these times if they have a choice. Furthermore, discounts can be far more generous than at busy weekends, even during the peak months, July to October. Please bear in mind that most hotel accommodation in the northern parts of Scotland books out at weekends throughout the Summer months.
EARLY BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL, therefore.
We’re one of those friendly Pitlochry Hotels where staff just love to chat. Give us a call to discuss your Pitlochry Summer Break requirements. There may be one or two questions that are not answered on this page. It will be a real pleasure to speak to you.
The answer to this question is a straightforward three words . . . Location, Location, Location! As a Summer holiday destination itself, Pitlochry has much to offer with stunning scenery radiating in all directions. This makes it a haven for hillwalking in the Perthshire hills and a bounteous source of great routes for car touring and cycling.
Supplemental to the green restorative, we also enjoy a fabulous cultural offering in Pitlochry Festival Theatre. This magnificent facility offer a run of 6 plays each week throughout the Summer Season. Additionally they run a multitude of one-off quality productions through the course of the year. We have further information on Pitlochry Festival Theatre and a number of highly attractive offers.
The challenge, therefore, when planning your Pitlochry Summer breaks is in carving out a priority list from the things to see and do in the Pitlochry area from the endless choice available. It’s always a delight, for the team at Rosemount, to come up with ideas for our guests. In fact, we’ve been known to go to a good deal of trouble for folk who are not even staying with us to recommend places to visit, simply because we’re committed to spreading the message about how fantastic the entire Pitlochry area really is!
Visitors are blessed with great choice for things to do. For those who enjoy walking, there is a network of 40 miles of waymarked walks within Pitlochry itself, which then multiplies many-fold with short trips beyond the outskirts of the town. Car trips, varying from one or two hours to half- and whole day give the possibility to see some of the most stunning and unspoiled scenery in the UK.
Pitlochry Theatre has a worldwide reputation and the historic and natural appeal of the area is exceptional, with Queen’s View, Blair Castle, the Scottish Crannog Centre, the Highland Wildlife Park, Highland Folk Museum, numerous distilleries and visitor centres providing interest and appeal to all visitors to the area.
Provision of outdoor pursuit and adventure activities includes rafting, quad-biking, cycling, canyoning, kayaking, pony-trek, wildlife safaris
Don’t forget . . . . we are truly pet friendly and treat dogs as guests. Your dog will have a fantastic time staying at Rosemount Hotel. We are surrounded by many miles of stunning walks and safe swimming areas. After all, these are going to be the essence of your Pitlochry Summer breaks with your dog. There is even a park directly across the road for the “short-walk”. Pets are most welcome to join owners at mealtimes in dedicated areas of the hotel.
We will never knowingly be under-sold, on a like-for-like basis, for great quality accommodation in Pitlochry
See the best of our current offers here. We check local rates regularly to ensure that we are highly competitive on a like-for-like basis
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 . . . . .
Some Great Deals may be found by checking last minute - usually 1 or 2 days ahead . . . . Subject to availability of rooms