Dalshian House

Old Perth Rd., Pitlochry, PH16 5TD, United Kingdom
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Best places to see

by derijean

Where is the best places to visit during my stay in Pitlochry.

RE: Best places to see

by lou31

I was in Pitlochry this time last year and I loved it. You can go on one of the many hiking trails around the place. Just pick up a map for the Killiecrankie trails and take your pick.

There is the Festival Theatre if you would like to see a show.

Heaps of pubs and restaurants.

Whiskey distilleries.

Queens View is just up the road.

Blair Castle is also a short drive away.

The House of Bruar is not that far off. A large shopping complex out in the middle of the countryside. Up market department stores, antique shop, restaruant and art gallery etc.

The last three attractions are accessible by local bus if you don't have a car.

Have a look on my Pitlochry pages for some stunning pics if you wish.

Hope this helps...

Travel Tips for Pitlochry

Pictish Stone - Dunfallandy

by weewatty

Found this hidden gem whilst out visiting a farm on work business, thought it was worth a stop off.

Thought to date back to the 9th Century this ornately carved stone is protected by a glass encasement, making it difficult to photograph in certain light.

Just beside it you will find the ancient Mauseleoum at Dunfallandy House, both these are well worth the trip up the 40 or so steps to where they are located.

You can find the stone by heading towards Dunfallandy House, approx 1 mile outside of Pitlochry.


by hevbell

The picture above is of the towns main street which I explored a bit after arriving. Its quite touristy but pretty too. Pitlochry has won "Britain in Bloom" awards and there were beautiful flowers everywhere!


by engeluna

"Flower Town"

Pitlochry won an award for its flowers sometime ago (unsure when or if it is ongoing) and even in the rain, the flowers are quite remarkable.

It's a nice little town near Perth on the eastern side of Scotland. I stopped here on my way up north.

Some memorable things:
walking 6 miles (the LONG way) to the Edradour Distillery in the rain, a nice trial of whiskey at the middle of that walk, the lambs in the fields who entertained me while I walked, the fish ladder, a strange encounter with Snow White and the 7 dwarves.


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