Pitlochry, Scotland is often referred to as “Brigadoon” and, maybe, with good reason: A perfectly charming Victorian town, set on a hillside along a river valley which is adorned with a rich mix of craggy rocks and impressive variety of trees and natural shrubs. The wildlife that this idyll attracts, warbles, chatters, struts, peeps from under the generous blanket of natural cover and generally delights us. The greens and sense of balance tell us that nature can actually get it right all by itself, if left sufficiently to get on with the job.
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Rooms and Rates at Rosemount Hotel, Pitlochry
Combining great location with a keen holiday budget are more important than ever
No one even wants to talk about how tight things are right now, but this doesn’t mean you can’t have a rewarding break away from the everyday without breaking the budget for the month.Continue reading . . .
The key solution may arise in finding a holiday location that provides plenty of free stunning natural delights. If this can be combined with a place to stay that focusses on tightening budgets at every turn, then we’re off to a great start.
At Rosemount Hotel Pitlochry, we have devised some imaginative ways of trimming our own costs, enabling us to pass the benefit to our guests in terms of keenly competitive rates. Additionally, we are within easy reach of some of the most stunning scenery in the UK.
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Scotland's Great Outdoors costs very little to enjoy
Whether you are an adventurer, lover of the great outdoors, wildlife enthusiast or a curious and explorative traveller, a summer holiday in Scotland has never had more to offer. With keenly priced accommodation, restaurants, unique visitor outlets and days out to suit everyone’s style, now is the time to explore Scotland. Continue reading . . . The right to roam in Scotland holds few exceptions. This means that the extent of free activity is limited only by our outdoor expertise. Moreover, where that proves a limiting factor, there are a growing number of personal guides that can escort you on unforgettable experiences into the wildest reaches of this delightful unspoiled country.
The right to roam in Scotland holds few exceptions. This means that the extent of free activity is limited only by our outdoor expertise. Moreover, where that proves a limiting factor, there are a growing number of personal guides that can escort you on unforgettable experiences into the wildest reaches of this delightful unspoiled country.
It's all right here on our doorstep!
To begin with, Rosemount enjoys quite lovely hillside views of the Tummel Valley. Beyond this, are hundreds of miles of dreamy walking and cycling trails. Many are waymarked for convenience.
Beyond this are a treasure trove of bejewelled vistas, farm shops, visitor centres, places of historic interest, adventure and activity centres, to name but a few
So Much to See and Do
Rather than jetting off over-seas, this year you can explore the beauty of Scotland and all it has to offer. How well do you know the UK? You will be amazed at the places you never knew existed once you start exploring. In such a diverse country as Scotland you will find the best hikes in the UK, access to best views of the highlands and islands and experience the city life in Edinburgh or Glasgow.
Of course, Scotland holds some of the best scenery in the world, but the historic towns and vibrant cities can not be missed off your trip itinerary.
You will have plenty opportunity to experience all the Scotland has to offer, it does not matter if you are visiting for the views, the people, the whisky, or the history there are options for everyone, from accommodation and restaurants to hill-walks and distilleries. You will be spoiled for choice.
Is Pitlochry your next staycation destination?
Pitlochry offers some of the most beautiful views in the whole of Scotland. If you are looking for a stunning location, brilliant accommodation and a memorable experience, Pitlochry might just be on the cards for you this Summer. Pitlochry is close enough to the Cairngorms and the City of Perth; it is well worth exploring the surrounding towns and cities. Make the most out of your Pitlochry staycation.
Pitlochry lies at the very centre of Scotland: Could this make it the perfect base from which to explore Central Scotland?
We all know Scotland is famous for its whisky. Pitlochry hosts Scotland’s smallest traditional distillery, Edradour Distillery, which for any true whisky enthusiast is a must see. If the temptation of whisky does not draw you in, you can indulge in the unique landscapes, exciting days out and a wide range of eating out options. If you prefer to experience the culture of a holiday destination, there is plenty for you to and who does not love a castle? If you fancy some castle spotting or looking for that insta-worthy photo, visit Blair Castle with its 18th and 19th century décor. You really will experience true Scottish culture.
To everyone who appreciates the beauty of Scotland, we are looking forward to welcoming you this summer. Although we cannot promise the overseas temperatures or guaranteed sun, we know you will leave with amazing memories to share with all your loved ones.