This family-run hotel offers a range of accommodation to suit all budgets, from Premium Suites, Doubles, Twins and Family rooms – some accommodating up to five persons to smaller, more economical Twins and Doubles. Staff are exceptionally committed to providing an environment of clean, friendly warmth and cheer. It means everything to us that each guest has a special stay and we will go way beyond the call of duty to provide that.
We are delighted to designate 50% of the Hotel for the enjoyment of guests bringing dogs to stay. Pitlochry has over 40 miles of waymarked walks, parks and safe swimming – a perfect paradise for a doggy-holiday. We work together with our guests to make the presence of pets a positive for everyone staying at the Hotel. We offer separate eating areas for pet-owners to dine with their dog at their feet. A small charge applies and we ask that no pet is left unattended whilst on the premises. A park is situated just two minutes walk from the hotel and is conveniently equipped with dog-waste bins.
Breakfast comprises a hot and cold buffet of freshly prepared and replenished items from a wide choice of standard and non-standard breakfast items. The choice is wide and plentiful. Staff are attentive throughout, replenishing tea coffee and toast where required. Our evening menu, again, comprises freshly prepared meals and the choice is quite extensive for a small hotel restaurant. Our evening meal offering ranges from fresh burger-type snacks served on slates to more substantial plated meals
Rosemount Hotel is located just two streets away from the quaint High Street of Pitlochry and is blessed with a wealth of stunning scenery in every direction. Close to the A9 trunk road between Perth and Inverness, served also by the rail-link which runs in parallel, we are located just 90 minutes drive from Edinburgh and only a little further to Glasgow and Less to Inverness. All 3 cities are served with airports and good rail-links.
With family rooms ranging from a sleeping capacity of 3 to 5 persons, we have good facilities for families with children of all ages. Our restaurant offers one free child meal for every 2 adults taking two courses. We have a cot and high chair available on request.
The list of exciting, healthy and stimulating outdoor activities in Pitlochry and Perthshire, in general, is growing fast. From the staples of Golf, Fishing, Cycling, Hillwalking, Quad-biking, Mountain-biking, Off-road driving, Kyaking, White Water Rafting to more dare-devil pursuits like Bungee, Canyoning, Sphere-ing, Tank-driving and micro-lyte flying – there are endless possibilities for those seeking an adrenalin rush in a beautiful area.
Rosemount Hotel offers a range of rooms designed to accommodate most budget levels. We have Premium Suites, Doubles, Twins and Family rooms, more modest Regular Doubles and a few Economy Twins and Double rooms for the budget conscious in search of high-value hotel rooms that are clean, well-serviced and provisioned. Views from some rooms are simply lovely, be it over the Tummel Valley to the South or Ben y Vrackie and the hills to the north of Pitlochry. a range of short breaks, weekend breaks, last minute discounts and late deals are available to help plan the perfect Scottish holiday.
The phrase “a week is not enough” certainly applies to any stay in Pitlochry. Starting from around the delightful and quaint Town centre with its independent shops and cafes, we have the famous Fish ladder in an idyllic location at the foot of the valley. Crossing over the dam and walking back along the river, you come to Pitlochry Festival Theatre, home to a Summer Festival of drama and many other quality performances ranging from folk music to literary talks throughout the year. For Whisky buffs, there are two local distilleries, Blair Athol and Edradour in the town. Walkers may enjoy stunning scenery along 40 miles of waymarked trials. From here, a week or two’s touring is possible to destinations within 90 miles of Pitlochry.
Further north, within one hour’s drive, are Dalwhinnie Distillery,Kingussie and Newtonmore with their fabulous Highland Wildlife Park, Highland Folk Museum, Working Sheepdogs (an absolute MUST for dog-lovers!), Loch Insch Watersports Centre, The fabulous Rothiemurcus Estate – a paradise for outdoor activities of any nature, Cairngorm and its Funicular Railway, Loch Garten RSPB Reserve and the Speyside Heather Centre. A little further north takes us to Inverness, Loch Ness, the unforgettable Drumnadrochit and Fort Augustus. Link to more information
A wonderful round day trip takes you past the Queens View to Tummel Bridge, then to Aberfeldy, Killin and on to Crianlarich and the fabulous Tyndrum. North from there through Glencoe to Fort William. Onwards north to Spean Bridge then take the Laggan/Dalwhinnie road across beautiful countryside to join the A9 southbound at Dalwhinnie. Alternatively, at Tyndrum, turn left for Oban.
Crieff may be visited by taking the A9 to Dunkeld (worth stopping) and the A85 through the fabulous Sma’ Glen for Crieff. Link to more information.
Stirling is approximately 1 hours drive away. Stirling Castle sits above the city of Stirling, an historic site, with a history of many battles taking place around the town. The Wallace Monument, commemorating William Wallace is close by, at Bridge of Allan. Perth is 30 minutes drive and Edinburgh and Glasgow each approximately 90 minutes. Link to more information
Take the fabulous A924 out of Pitlochry, maybe calling at Edradour distillery as you leave the town. You can head for Glenshee, where the ski slopes come to the very roadside and onwards through Royal Deeside to Balmoral and Crathie Church, or head further east towards the coast, the gorgeous birdwatchers paradise of Auchmithie and then down to Glamis Castle or up the coast to Stonehaven. Link to more information.
This run takes us through whisky country to an area boasting over 200 distilleries. Take the A9 north of Aviemore, then the A95 to Grantown on Spey, where you may wish to seize an opportunity to take lunch on the famous Strathspey Steamtrain as it hurtles through stunning scenery. Onwards then through Tomintoul to Ballater with numerous opportunities for small diversions to take in a few of your favourite distilleries. Link to more information.
Heading north directly out of the High Street of Pitlochry sample the visual delights of Queen’s View, Historic fascination at Blair Castle, a little retail therapy at the House of Bruar with a walk taking in two stunning waterfalls. then onwards via Calvine and Tummel Bridge and then a choice of Loch Rannoch and Schiehallion or onwards to the fabulous Glen Lyon and to Loch Tay and its intriguing Crannog Centre. Then it’s launch, maybe at Kenmore or Aberfeldy (check out the watermill) and a call-off at the Highland Chocolatier before heading the short journey back up the A9 to Pitlochry.
It has been said that “It taks a lang spain tae sup wi’ a fly Fifer!” indicating that folk from Fife might be fly and devious – just a typical bit of tongue-in-cheek banter that flies back and forth between those from the Kingdom of Fife and the remaining parts of Scotland. A visit to the area will prove nothing but a treat. From the moment you cross the Tay bridge and gaze away to its misty horizons, the river Tay forms an idyllic boundary to the northern edge of Fife. Follow the coastal path through St Andrews and on to the tiny wee fishing ports of Crail, Anstuther, from which you can take a boat trip to the fabulous Isle of May – home of Puffins and thousands of other seabirds.
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