Scotlands Hotel

A Hotel in Pitlochry, Central Scotland

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

40 Bonnethill Road
Pitlochry
Central Scotland
Scotland
PH16 5BT

Scotlands Hotel, Pitlochry

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Traditional Scottish Hotel, located in the centre of picturesque Pitlochry and in walking distance of Train and Bus Stations. Free Car Parking, Free use of Swimming Pool and Leisure Club. Choice of Single, Double, Twin, Family or Executive Rooms.

All have splendid views over the Perthshire Hills. Choice of Dining in the Faskally Restaurant featuring Scottish Menus or MacNabs Bistro

3 star rating

From: £99.00


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