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Hotels in Pitlochry

Dundarach Hotel
Perth Road
Pitlochry
Perthshire

PH16 5DJ | View map
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The Dundarach Hotel is in the picturesque Perthshire town of Pitlochry, standing on high ground overlooking the River Tummel and across the valley to the Pitlochry Festival Theatre. In a couple of acres of private grounds the accommodation is peaceful, yet just 2 minutes from the centre of town.

Originally a wine merchants country house. The traditional atmosphere has been carefully retained in the main part of the building without compromising the level of comfort and service you expect from your hotel. The hotel has 40 bedrooms, 20 traditional and 20 contemporary. Our rooms offer comfortable beds with quality linens, flat screen digital television/radio, tea and coffee making, en-suite facilities. Some rooms and all the public areas have wireless internet access (free of charge).

The hotel offers a relaxing lounge giving uninterrupted views of the surrounding hills and hotel grounds. A bar where you can sample a large range of malt whiskeys. An excellent restaurant featuring Scottish produce, a fine wine list, attentive service and outstanding views of the hills and the Vale of Atholl.

The famous Pitlochry countryside offers you so much. There is an abundance of different walks. Low level, medium and hill walks. All mapped to help you make the most of it.

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