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Low season December
High season September
  Average price (weeknight): $218
  Average price (weekend night): $253

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most expensive time to stay

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Top tips for finding the perfect Pitlochry hotel

Food-lovers looking for hotels and restaurants in Pitlochry will find the Acarsaid on Atholl Road, a 10-minute walk from the town centre, with a sizzling steakhouse and grill. For those with a taste for luxury, the 4-star Pitlochry Hotel on Higher Oakfield has beautifully appointed rooms and an award-winning fine dining restaurant inside its elegant Victorian-style parlour.
Hotels in Pitlochry with entertainment in the evenings include the 4-star Old Mill Inn on Mill Lane, a 5-minute walk from the train station, with its luxuriously-designed bedrooms and free live music set inside a former corn mill. Nearby on Atholl Road, McKay’s Hotel, Bar & Restaurant also has live music as well as whiskey tasting sessions and DJ sets, plus comfortable Scottish-themed rooms.
Pitlochry has its fair share of grand country house hotels, not least of these is the Birchwood Hotel on East Moulin Road, just east of the train station and less than a 10-minute walk from Blair Athol Whiskey Distillery, offering Victorian-style bedrooms surrounded by two acres of woodland. On the other side of town on West Moulin Road, the 4-star Wellwood is another Victorian property with well-maintained period interiors and panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
Scotland’s Hotel & Leisure Club, tucked away on Bonnethill Road behind Pitlochry’s main street in the town centre, offers some of the best accommodation for families, with family rooms (sleeping up to four) and an indoor swimming pool spread out across the hotel and its two neighbouring properties. West of the town centre, Annslea is a traditional B&B on Atholl Road, providing a spacious family suite inside its picturesque garden cottage and cots for younger children.
For keen cyclists and walkers, Pitlochry Youth Hostel on Knockard Road, in a quiet area just a 10-minute walk from the town centre, has great facilities, including a well-equipped kitchen, large dining area and secure bike storage, all within easy reach of Perthshire’s hills, lochs and woodland.

FAQs when booking a hotel in Pitlochry

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Are there hotels in Pitlochry with swimming pool and spa facilities?
The 4-star Atholl Palace Hotel, based on the outskirts of town and less than a 15-minute walk from Blair Athol Distillery, is a luxury castle hotel with a relaxing pool area and innovative spa treatments using heated tiger-striped shells and locally-sourced lavender. North of the town centre in the tranquil surrounds of the Scottish Highlands, the Pitlochry Hydro Hotel has a state-of-the-art leisure centre with a large indoor pool and bubbling jacuzzi.
Which luxury hotels in Pitlochry are best for a romantic stay?
With its breathtaking location across Pitlochry Dam and overlooking the River Tummel, the 5-star Fonab Castle Hotel is a superb space for couples to unwind, with stylish luxury rooms offering views of either the loch or surrounding woodlands, an award-winning gourmet restaurant and a premium gin bar. Meanwhile, towards the outskirts of town and just a mile from Pitlochry’s celebrated Enchanted Forest, the 4-star Craigatin House and Courtyard offers contemporary lodgings inside a restored Victorian house, with boutique-style bedrooms and a light and airy dining room serving up tasty breakfasts.
Are there hotels in Pitlochry with disabled access?
Craigvrack Guest House, on the edge of town but within a direct 2-minute drive of the centre, is warm and welcoming, offering wheelchair access throughout the hotel as well as a disabled access room with en-suite wet room. Closer to the town centre on West Moulin Road, the 4-star Craigmhor has specially-designed ground floor rooms for guests with mobility issues, roll-in showers, shower and toilet seats and a frame available on request.
Are there hotels in Pitlochry with hot-tubs?
The 4-star East Haugh House Hotel, a 5-minute drive southeast from Pitlochry, is an award-winning country house hotel with 12 individually-restored bedrooms, some of which come with an en-suite bathroom with a luxurious Jacuzzi bath, perfect for a long soak at the end of the day.

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