Birchwood Hotel

2 East Moulin Road, Pitlochry PH16 5DW, Scotland
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Travel Tips for Pitlochry

Moulin

by lou31

Moulin is a short walk uphill from Pitlochry. The village is only small but very pretty and worth the walk. There is suppose to be an interesting tree up there though I didn't get to see it. It's the old judging tree and it was from where up until 1746 local justice was dispensed.

PITLOCHRY FESTIVAL THEATRE

by hevbell

Otherwise known as the "theatre in the hills", it celebrated its 50th anniversary last year (2001). As well as the regular performances there are backstage tours available although these are very popular and advance booking is recommended if not essential. The theatre is unusual in that it often has more than one production on at a time, playing on different nights. I was lucky when I was there as I got to see the new play "The Shellseekers" based on one of my mums favourite books and a great production.

If you aren't going to see a production its still worth visiting the theatre. There is a restaurant and also a fair sized art exhibit in the foyer. Just a short walk away is the Power Station and Dam which is also home to the Salmon Ladder. If you are here at the right time of year (and I wasn't unfortunately) you should see loads of salmon migrating up or down stream via the ladder.

on the way to Pitlochry

by uglyscot

"On the way to Pitlochry"

Pitlochry means 'the place of the sentinel stone'.
The town itself caters for the large number of tourists who visit the area.
Pitlochry is popular with anglers as the rivers are good fishing rivers,

Pitlochry is a Victorian town. Queen Victoria visited the area in 1845, and her doctor recommended the area as a cure for stress.
She also visited the site of the Battle of Killiekrankie which is north of Pitlochry.

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Address: 2 East Moulin Road, Pitlochry PH16 5DW, Scotland