Pitlochry Accommodation

The Pitlochry Accommodation Guide

 Pitlochry accommodation guide, is broken down in to sections on hotels, Guest Houses, Bed and Breakfasts, B&Bs, Cottages and Caravan Parks.  Most importantly each section goes in to detail on what the area offers.

Pitlochry became known as a tourist destination back in the time of Queen Victoria and the arrival of the railway in 1863. So this lead to the development of accommodation to meet this growing new market.

So in 1874 a new hotel was lavishly designed as a Scotch Baronial Hydropathic establishment complete with luxurious accommodation, Turkish baths and treatment rooms. Today it is has its own record you can visit its 1874 luxury hotel museum.


Where to Stay accommodation

Hotels

In the Pitlochry area


Where to Stay accommodation

Guest Houses

In the Pitlochry area


Where to Stay B and B accommodation

Bed and Breakfasts

In the Pitlochry area


Where to Stay Self Catering

Self Catering

In the Pitlochry area


Where to Stay Camping and Caravan

Camping & Caravans

In the Pitlochry area


Where to Stay Hostels

Hostels

In the Pitlochry area

Choice

There is a large choice of where to stay when in Pitlochry. Most importantly do not overlook accommodation in the nearby towns of Dunkeld, Aberfeldy, Rannoch and Tummel plus Blair Atholl.

A word of warning

A word of warning, the Pitlochry accommodation sells out during the main tourist season. Besides this remember to check when the large events are being held in the area. Such as Etape Caledonia closed road cycle event in May. The Blair Castle Horse Trials at the end of August. The Pitlochry Highland Games weekend in September. The Enchanted Forest during the whole month of October. So we highly recommend forward planning at these peak times.

Tour of Scotland Location

Many visitors base themselves in Pitlochry accommodation due to the central location of the town within Scotland. Most importantly many destinations are within easy reaching of Pitlochry and can be reached as a day trip. Loch Ness and the Great Glen makes an excellent day trip. Another is Fort William, the infamous Glen Coe and back along beautiful Loch Tay. To the east is St Andrews and East Fife. To the south is Stirling the home of the Wallace Monument, Stirling Castle and Bannock Burn the site on Scotland's 1314 triumph over the English.