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Hotels in Pitlochry

Scotland's Hotel
40 Bonnethill Road
Pitlochry
Perthshire

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Pitlochry is a popular base from which to explore the central Highlands and Perthshire Pitlochryís popularity has endured since Victorian times. Named after the man who built it, Scotlandís Hotel dates from the early 1900s, with the more recent addition of a comprehensive leisure club. Two neighbouring Victorian houses, one a former bank, offer more private accommodation for families or groups.

Pitlochry is ideally placed for all types of holiday activities. From culture to castles, wildlife to walking, you can fill each day with something fresh and exciting.

We like to give you a true taste of Scotland during your stay. our chefs source the best Scottish produce for some real local flavour. From porridge and kippers for breakfast to afternoon tea with scones, the best of Scotland is here to enjoy. Our Faskally Restaurant provides a satisfying taste of the region while our informal new bistro is a firm family favourite. The hotelís Club Bar is just the place to try out some malt whiskies like the local Edradour and Blair Atholl.

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Number of Rooms: 72

Price per Room:

Double: From £80
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Name: Faskally Restaurant

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