Kirsty's Guidebook

Kirsty

Kirsty's Guidebook

nightlife and eats
Moulin hotel and brewery
great pub with open fires in winter, it's own brewery and pet friendly too. a personal favourite, and less than a mile away!
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Moulin Hotel
11-13 Kirkmichael Rd
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great pub with open fires in winter, it's own brewery and pet friendly too. a personal favourite, and less than a mile away!
great food and live music
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The Old Mill Restaurant
164 Old Mill Avenue
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great food and live music
McKays Hotel, Bar & Restaurant
138 Atholl Rd
Food Scene
great food by the river. close to Pitlochry dam and festival theater
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Port-na-Craig Inn & Restaurant
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great food by the river. close to Pitlochry dam and festival theater
a cosy restaurant with a Mediterranean influence and Scottish cuisine.
Fern Cottage Restaurant
a cosy restaurant with a Mediterranean influence and Scottish cuisine.
great menu and service in the centre of town. Mexican, Italianand Scottish food
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Victorias Restaurant
45 Atholl Road
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great menu and service in the centre of town. Mexican, Italianand Scottish food
Steak House restaurant
Acarsaid Hotel
Steak House restaurant
Vegan Restaurant
Saorsa 1875
2 East Moulin Road
Vegan Restaurant
Sightseeing
right behind the cabin and can be accessed directly from the garden. has a beautiful waterfall
Black Spout Wood
right behind the cabin and can be accessed directly from the garden. has a beautiful waterfall
it's right on the doorstep if you fancy a hike.
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Ben Vrackie
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it's right on the doorstep if you fancy a hike.
Pitlochry Dam Visitor Centre exhibits the history of hydro electricity in Scotland. After the second world war great hydro schemes were built which brought jobs and electricity to the highlands. Pitlochry dam is famous for its fish ladder which allows salmon to bypass the dam and continue to their spawning grounds.
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Pitlochry Dam Visitor Centre
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Pitlochry Dam Visitor Centre exhibits the history of hydro electricity in Scotland. After the second world war great hydro schemes were built which brought jobs and electricity to the highlands. Pitlochry dam is famous for its fish ladder which allows salmon to bypass the dam and continue to their spawning grounds.
beautiful scenery and easy walk round the loch. Also hosts the Enchanted forrest every year
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Loch Faskally
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beautiful scenery and easy walk round the loch. Also hosts the Enchanted forrest every year
close by. spectacular scenery
Queens View
close by. spectacular scenery
a great walk up through the Hermitage at Dunkeld through big tree country. outstanding views from the top.
Pinecone View Point
a great walk up through the Hermitage at Dunkeld through big tree country. outstanding views from the top.
gorgeous scenery and great fishing. trout, perch and pike can all be found in this 6 mile long loch, and lots of cycling and walking routes along the banks
Loch Tummel
gorgeous scenery and great fishing. trout, perch and pike can all be found in this 6 mile long loch, and lots of cycling and walking routes along the banks
25 miles north of Pitlochry is the Britain's largest national park. great for a ramble or more challenging climb
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Cairngorms National Park
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25 miles north of Pitlochry is the Britain's largest national park. great for a ramble or more challenging climb
adventures
A leading independent cycling and outdoors retailer, located on the main street of Pitlochry, close to a range of trails that take you along the rivers and amongst the Mountains and forests of Highland Perthshire. Also has an award winning cafe.
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Escape Route
3 Atholl Rd
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A leading independent cycling and outdoors retailer, located on the main street of Pitlochry, close to a range of trails that take you along the rivers and amongst the Mountains and forests of Highland Perthshire. Also has an award winning cafe.
suspended 30 meters above the river Gary this is the UK's first static bungee jump, and only a couple of miles north it would be rude not too
Highland Fling Bungee
suspended 30 meters above the river Gary this is the UK's first static bungee jump, and only a couple of miles north it would be rude not too
white water rafting and gorge walking
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Aberfeldy
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white water rafting and gorge walking
Outdoor adventure to suit all abilities just a 15 minuite drive away.
Beyond Adventure
Outdoor adventure to suit all abilities just a 15 minuite drive away.
dog owners
gorgeous walks, waterfalls huge trees, and the famous Osians cave.
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The Hermitage
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gorgeous walks, waterfalls huge trees, and the famous Osians cave.
City/town information
A historic cathedral "city" on the north bank of the River Tay, opposite Birnam. It lies close to the geological Highland Boundary Fault, and is frequently described as the "Gateway to the Highlands" due to its position on the main road and rail lines north. Dunkeld has a railway station. Dunkeld is the location of Dunkeld Cathedral, and is considered to be a remarkably well-preserved example of a Scottish burgh of the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. Around 20 of the houses within Dunkeld have been restored by the National Trust for Scotland, who run a shop within the town. The Hermitage, on the western side of the A9, is a countryside property that is also a National Trust for Scotland site. Over the centuries there have been several bridges linking Dunkeld with neighbouring Birnam, and the current bridge, designed by Thomas Telford and financed by the 4th Duke of Atholl, was completed in 1809.
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Dunkeld
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A historic cathedral "city" on the north bank of the River Tay, opposite Birnam. It lies close to the geological Highland Boundary Fault, and is frequently described as the "Gateway to the Highlands" due to its position on the main road and rail lines north. Dunkeld has a railway station. Dunkeld is the location of Dunkeld Cathedral, and is considered to be a remarkably well-preserved example of a Scottish burgh of the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. Around 20 of the houses within Dunkeld have been restored by the National Trust for Scotland, who run a shop within the town. The Hermitage, on the western side of the A9, is a countryside property that is also a National Trust for Scotland site. Over the centuries there have been several bridges linking Dunkeld with neighbouring Birnam, and the current bridge, designed by Thomas Telford and financed by the 4th Duke of Atholl, was completed in 1809.