Where can I find the best Pitlochry Theatre Deals for Accommodation?
“The word Theatre comes from the Greek for ‘seeing-place’. It is the place where people come to see the truth about life and the social situation” . . . Stella Adler
When our thoughts turn to seeking a different level of mental provocation than we often experience from the smallscreen, Pitlochry Theatre comes high on the list. The perfect getaway break arises from combining this treat for the soul with one for the eyes in the guise of Perthshire’s stunning scenery. Rosemount Hotel has some highly attractive offers for accommodation in Pitlochry that make great combinations with Pitlochry Theatre Deals.
With our location, just a short distance from the Theatre, Rosemount is ideal for Pitlochry Theatre Breaks. A host of special offers make our rates highly attractive and sometimes, the cost of theatre tickets may be completely covered by savings on our accommodation packages. Early booking is recommended for the best deals.
Take a look at our Pitlochry Theatre Deals. Rooms and offers are detailed, below. Please consider the value of our breaks in generating sufficient savings to effectively cover the cost of your theatre tickets.
Accommodation for Pitlochry Theatre Breaks
Four room grades at Rosemount Hotel Pitlochry offer a choice of budget and amenity that are well met with reviewers.
Pitlochry Festival Theatre Programme for 2018
The great news is that, with an ever expanding programme, both in variety and breadth of appeal, our local theatre offers more variety and scope for Pitlochry Theatre Breaks 2017 than ever. There truly is something for everyone amongst the offering for 2018:-
May – October 2018 – Summer Season of Plays
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
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
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
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
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.
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
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.
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
A series of Active Arts workshops also run throughout the season
Take a Weekend Theatre Break in Pitlochry
Nowadays, we all seem to be commenting that we have to work harder and harder to make ends meet. In consequence, our free time is of of greater value than ever. The need to save, wherever possible, has to be aligned with the fact that we deserve a great deal from our free time in order to create some kind of life balance around our labours.
Pitlochry sits at the very heart of Scotland and is, accordingly, perfectly located for weekend breaks that tie in nicely with the best deals that Pitlochry Festival Theatre has to offer.
Make a Pitlochry Theatre Short Break 2018 part of your plan for the coming year
With a rich variety of daytime activities on offer, such as visiting beautiful scenery, places of cultural interest, engaging in one of many outdoor activities available in surrounding Perthshire, it makes a perfect idea to end a perfect day with the highest quality entertainment to be found anywhere, even in our cities.
Other Things to do on Pitlochry Theatre Breaks
Car Trips From Pitlochry
One of our favourite car trips from the hotel is the circuit that takes in many of the “very local” visitor attractions is the Bruar| Blair Atholl | Loch Tummel circuit. It would not be possible to stop and see everything in one day, so the route can be chopped. Additionally, we have not mentioned everything below. More info can be gleaned at Rosemount Reception where Anne is ever-ready with enthusiastic suggestions for enjoying the local delights.
Enroute you may enjoy the House of Bruar Visitor Centre, with walks to the Falls of Bruar, back to Blair Atholl with its magnificent Castle and walks. Onwards then to Killicrankie and the Soldiers Leap, taking a short cut over the delightful Tenandry Road to Stunning Queens View. 300m further along, you have the Allean Forest Walks followed by the Strathtummel Inn, for lunch maybe?
We highly recommend pressing further to Loch Tummel and returning to Pitlochry via the Foss Road with its magnificent views of Loch Tummel. If you see any evidence of a car having pulled in along this road, even if it’s not a formal layby, we advocate stopping – camera in hand, and having a little investigate. You never know what views lie hidden behind a cluster of trees or along a vaguely trodden path.
A pleasing combination of top-end visitor facility with a delightful walk passing two waterfalls. The House of Bruar is just 8 miles from Pitlochry.
Killiecrankie Visitor Centre
A great coffee stop and Exhibiton Centre. Killiecrankie is worth spending time exploring. it lies at the heart of a beautiful area steeped in history and rich in wildlife. Should you hear blood-curdling screams, it’s possibly not evidence of the volient history of the past,but possibly more likely to emanate from the local Bungee Jump at Garry Bridge over the Pass of Killiecrankie. A walk down to Soldier’s Leap is recommended, though bear in mind that there are 100 or so steps that have to be renegotiated in an upwards direction to get back to the Centre.
A must-visit place during holidays in the Pitlochry area. The panoramic view has been described as “spine-tingling”. It would be necessary to drive or cycle to Queen’s view from Pitlochry (5 miles)
Allean Forest Walk
Near to Queen’s View. A steady uphill walk, passing an abandoned crofting farmstead enroute. One of the buildings has been re-constituted to give a fascinating insight into the realities of living in this area in days gone by. Wonderful views over Loch Tummel towards Schiehallion on the horizon.
– often described as the most beautiful Glen in Scotland. Please take a trip along this beautiful landscape during your Pitlochry holiday. You can drive onwards to Loch Tay and Kenmore, then on to Aberfeldy, the Spirit of Wood, Dewars Distillery and the Highland Chocolatier. A fabulous day out.
Kenmore and Loch Tay
with Kenmore Marina, Mains of Taymouth Visitor Centre and Restaurant and Crannog Centre
Aberfeldy and Strathtay
A quaint Highland town with independent shops, arty cafes and an art-house style cinema. Although the town is only 20 minutes direct drive away, there are several beautiful, scenic routes that we recommend our guests to take with many points of interest, eateries and viewpoints enroute. All in all – a full day of feasting the eyes, the soul and the belly!
Pitlochry Beauty Spots
You might spend the day admiring some of the fabulous waterfalls around Pitlochry, or take in some of the fabulous Pitlochry walks that take in the beauty spots of the area, such as the Dam and Visitor Centre, Loch Faskally, Loch Dunmore and the Black Spout Wood . Rosemount offers early dinner to allow a stress free short stroll or quick drive to the theatre. A nightcap in our cosy lounge might just complete your day at the end of the performance – the perfect finishing ingredient for all Pitlochry Theatre Breaks.
Pitlochry Walks, Places to See, Things to Do
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View of Loch Faskally
from Pitlochry Dam
Dawn on Loch Faskally
Clunie Dam and Riverside Walk
Linn of Tummel
Along from Coronation Bridge
The Pass of Killiecrankie
Viewed from the Garry Bridge
Blair Athol Distillery
Pitlochry Theatre has a world-class reputation and a broad brush of choice when it comes to its productions. Add to this various workshops offering tuition of the highest calibre and the Winter Words Festival in February and it is easy to see how many folk become regular visitors to the theatre in the hills. Our popular Pitlochry Theatre breaks 2017 offer a convenient, friendly and comfortable place to stay which is very close to Pitlochry Theatre