The hotel offers a mix of hotel guestrooms, some of which are dog friendly. The majority are in the main hotel building with some being in two separate buildings - Dunevis and the Bank House (so named as it used to be part of the old Bank of Scotland) - just across the road. Dunevis has four standard family bedrooms and the Bank House has 11 executive bedrooms which are great for groups travelling together or for families.
Travel as a private group and take advantage of Pitlochry for golfing, fishing, photography and walking holidays. The detached buildings offer a peaceful alternative for groups wanting to celebrate a special occasion.
The Faskally restaurant is decorated with traditional countryside pictures; images synonymous with the surrounding Perthshire countryside. This combined with a tartan and tweed theme, creates a real Scottish feel to the dining room.
The restaurant features a row of large windows within one wall, filling the room with light in the day time, and providing a view out over the Perthshire mountains. The Faskally restaurant has a small snug area off the main space which is popular for private dining.
Time at the Scotland’s Hotel must include some pamper time in the spa, relaxing by the swimming pool, dining in the charming Faskally Restaurant, and leisure time in one of the quaintest towns in Scotland.
Pitlochry lies in the heart of Perthshire. Surrounded by stunning scenery and countryside it holds an excellent reputation as one of Scotland’s leading tourist destinations. Today Pitlochry has something for everyone. From outdoor activities to arts and culture to history, there are lots of things to see and do which are unique to the town and surrounding area.
Local attractions are abundant starting with Blair Castle, an iconic 18th Century castle to Pitlochry dam and fish ladder to Scone Palace. There is lots of history and things to discover at all the attractions. Whisky is part of the local heritage which can be seen at the two whisky distilleries, Edradour and Blair Athol.
Outdoor enthusiasts are attracted to the area as it has so much to offer in terms of hill walking, cycling, white water rafting and horse riding. Fishing is also a main attraction as the town lies on the River Tummel which is renowned for its salmon fishing.