Rent a Self Catering Cottage in Pitlochry, Perthshire, Scotland. On the outskirts of Pitlochry this attractive holiday bungalow, with private fishing from a jetty set on the banks of the River Tummel at the bottom of the garden, and is ideally located for Pitlochry's Festival Theatre, or for a leisurely ramble along the river bank. Hill and glen walking, angling, birdwatching, riding, golf and white water rafting all nearby. Rent a Self Catering Cottage in Pitlochry Scotland.
Rent a Self Catering Cottage in Pitlochry, Perthshire, Scotland. An 18th-century former estate house, Easter Dunfallandy Cottage is an oasis of peace in the heart of highland Perthshire. The area is renowned for diverse natural and cultural heritage and where rivers, lochs, mountains and forests converge to form some of the most spectacular scenery in Scotland. Rent a Self Catering Cottage in Pitlochry Scotland.
Situated at the gateway to the Scottish Highlands and surrounded
by the most resplendent mountain scenery in Europe, Pitlochry
is a gloriously colourful and vibrant Victorian town with the
River Tummel running along its edge. Pitlochry's fame as a vacation
resort dates from as long ago as the 1860's ensuring that this
is an area very proud of its tradition of hospitality and the
extraordinary warm manner with which visitors are welcomed.
An absolute must for any visitor to Pitlochry is one of the town's
best-loved attractions, Pitlochry Dam and Fish Ladder. Here you
will be enthralled by the sight of salmon negotiating the specially
constructed ladder allowing them to bypass Pitlochry Dam into
man made Loch Faskally.
No vacation in the Pitlochry area is complete without a visit
to " Scotland's Theatre in the Hills ". The Pitlochry Festival
Theatre lies on the banks of the River Tummel and is internationally
renowned for its fine repertoire of drama and comedy.
Near Pitlochry is the conservation village of Moulin, where a
church has stood for at least 1400 years. West of Pitlochry stands
the richly sculptured Pictish Dunfallandy Stone. To the north
is the beautiful Pass of Killiecrankie. The story of the famous
battle in this tree-lined gorge is a feature of the visitor centre.
Further north again is Blair Castle, the magnificent seat of the
Dukes of Atholl with 32 rooms open to the public and a wealth
of arms, porcelain, and paintings.
In fact, you will almost be overwhelmed by the sheer choice of
things to see and do in the Pitlochry area. Walking, fishing,
golfing and a host of sightseeing activities. It's a great place
to visit, and great base location !!
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