Pitlochry is surrounded by hills and both the walking and shopping in the town are excellent. The cultural highlight is the Pitlochry Festival Theatre, held in the Festival Theatre across the River Tummel and accessible by an interesting suspension bridge. Another, very unusual, attraction in Pitlochry is its very own dam, which was built across the River Tummel to create Loch Faskally with a "fish ladder" that allows salmon to make their way upstream to spawn. Visitors can actually see the fish making this supreme effort at the right time of the year through glass walls in the ladder.
Acorn Guest House is in a quiet situation within walking distance of Inverness city centre with off street parking.
Perth and Kinross
Pitcullen Guest House - Edwardian elegance with a contemporary twist - is situated in a desirable residential area of Perth, a short walk to the Fair City & all its attractions.
Bayview Guest House
Isle of Barra
This stunning guesthouse overlooks Castlebay, on the beautiful Island of Barra in the stunning Outer Hebrides
Witchwood House Oban
Witchwood House is a stunning period guest house situated on Oban’s residential seafront with an uninterrupted view of Oban Bay and the islands beyond.
Things to do in Pitlochry
Pitlochry Festival Theatre
The Pitlochry Festival Theatre is the central location of the annual Pitlochry Festival.
Iain Burnett Highland Chocolatier
Scotland's most awarded, internationally recognised chocolatier offers tours and tastings in the picturesque setting of Loch Tay.
Birks of Aberfeldy Walk
The Birks of Aberfeldy ("birks" means birch or trees in Scottish) is among the most photographed sites in Highland Perthshire. It was made famous by the Scottish national bard, Robert Burns, who visited the area in 1787 with his friend William Nicol. Burns wrote the poem "The Birks o'Aberfeldie."
Reekie Linn Waterfall
The Reekie Linn is the most spectacular waterfall in the region, its great power making it a fantastic sight, especially during flooding. The short walk to it is delightful, through hardwoods, on the edge of a deep and dangerous gorge.