Pitlochry is ideally situated to use as a base to explore the rest of Scotland, but with so much to see and do within Perthshire you might find that you run out of time to venture any further afield.
There are a wide variety of historic sites and spectacular views of mountains, glens, lochs and rivers close to Pitlochry. Within half an hour you can be at the famous Blair Castle and gardens, the Killiekrankie Pass, the Queen's View or Dunkeld whose attractions vary from its 13th Century Cathedral to the popular Beatrix Potter Exhibition.
The Pitlochry Tourist Office (visitscotland) gives free leaflets and advice on local walks, boating, sailing, fishing, golfing etc. It also keeps you up to date on seasonal events and attractions.
For the thrill seekers there are numerous options of more adventurous activities to be found. Activities such as rock climbing, whitewater rafting, canyoning, sailing and horse-riding are all arranged by local companies and meet approved safety and environmental standards.
Atom Crow is an oasis of peace. Beautifully decorated, homely and very welcoming. Immiediately when we open the front door we relax and know we are on holiday. Seeing a red squirrel today before breakfast was the icing on the cake for another great visit – our fifth! 'Haste Ye Back' we will god willing.WD & Kes (Hertforshire & Ayr)
Lovely comfortable cottage. Hetties tea room has lovely food. Loch dunmore is wheelchair accesable with swans & Kingfishers. The bookshop at the station is worth a visit.David and Ellen Shields.