Self-catering accommodation in Pitlochry
Pitlochry is set in spectacular scenery close to Loch Tay, with a friendly and warming welcome to all visitors. Wildlife is in abundance here with a rich clan history and the whole area is patterned with standing stones, stone circles and ancient sites which makes it an area ripe for exploration. The town is set in Perthshire which is known as the heart of Scotland, read all about it in our Perthshire guide today.
For a small village, Pitlochry has a great reputation for outdoor activities. There’s an exciting selection of things to do from horse-riding, white water rafting and quad biking to hilltop safaris and even bungee jumping. 3 miles north of Pitlochry is Killiecrankie, a spectacular historic gorge beautiful in all seasons and the spot where the UK’s first purpose-built bungee jumping platform is found. It's a great place for adrenaline junkies to really test their mettle.
With a magnificent background of the surrounding hills and woodlands on the fringe of the southern Cairngorms National Park, Pitlochry is a lovely holiday destination for any season. One attraction you shouldn’t miss is Faskally Wood, an ‘Enchanted Forest’ with magical lighting visuals enhanced with natural music and innovative design.