Hotel in Pitlochry

The House of Bruar

Known as the Home of Country clothing The House of Bruar has an excellent reputation for offering a comprehensive range of luxurious and exclusive items of clothing for Ladies and Gents.
With their Ladies department offering choice brands, plus a stunning Menswear hall offering an extensive range of tweeds and traditional menswear.

Once you have made your purchases in the clothing department you can browse through their Fishing Tackle Shop and Gallery which offers contemporary rural art.  There is a fantastic Country Living Department where you will find all sorts of unusual gift ideas, kitchen gadgets, china, children's clothing, toys and books.




The Food Hall and Delicatessen alone is well worth a visit to The House of Bruar. With a wonderfully spacious restaurant offering the very best in British produce. From there you can meander through to their fabulous delicatessen and Butchery department.

Located by Blair Atholl and just a short 10mile drive north of The Pine Trees Hotel, Bruar is well known for its spectacular scenery and waterfalls so make sure you have time to take a stroll around whilst visiting.









Killiecrankie Pass and Visitor Centre

The Pass of Killiecrankie is an impressive wooded gorge and part of Scotland's ancient oak and mixed deciduous woodlands. With its natural beauty this spot has become a favourite sightseeing stop in Perthshire.  Learn all about "The Battle of Killiecrankie and see where one courageous soldier escaped by making a spectacular 18ft leap across the River Garry - now famously known as  "Soldiers Leap".
The Visitor Centre located above the gorge features exhibits on the battle and offers a programme of guided walks, if required, throughout the season.  At the Visitor Centre, via a remote camera link you can watch the birds nesting at close range. Then have a browse through the gift shop and out onto the picnic area and to the open air snack bar.



On Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th of July celebrate the 326th anniversary of the Battle of Killiecranke - gates open 11am - 5pm. Go on a Battlefield Tour and see where the government troops lined up.  Learn about the many highland traditions from that era -  piping, music, traditional story telling and dance.  On the Saturday night there is a Ceilidh where you can enjoy an evening of great storytelling, music and dance.



For more information about this event just ask at the Pine Trees reception desk.

Pitlochry and Blair Atholl Golf Courses

Pitlochry Golf Course

With this fantastic Golf Course being just 0.4miles from the Pine Trees Hotel and within walking distance, golfing in Pitlochry couldn't be easier!  It is an exceptional 18 hole par 69 course with spectacular views which can be seen from nearly every hole. The course is open to all - visitors and members alike and we're sure that you'll find the 5700 yard course makes for an extremely enjoyable game and is suitable for players of all abilities.

Recently added to Pitlochy Golf is the new Lettoch Links course, a thoroughly enjoyable 6 hole course where you can practice your game or bring the whole family along to enjoy the world of golf too! There is also the fantastic addition of the Driving Range, Academy and Golfing Lessons are available from the Pro's on site.


As if all of this is not enough there is of course the 19th tee! Pitlochry Club house offers fantastic food all day and in the evenings too (watch out for their specials).  The Clubhouse boasts fantastic views of the course and surrounding hillside making it a relaxing and enjoyable place to just "while away" the afternoon!

Blair Atholl Golf Course

This is a superb 9 hole golf course situated in the beautiful village of Blair Atholl, which is just a short 10 minute drive from The Pine Trees Hotel.  This is described as a wonderfully classic course for golfers of all ages and abilities, with the added bonus of the spectacular panoramic scenery.


The Clubhouse in Blair Atholl is a great place to relax, sit back and enjoy a meal or a drink. On warmer days there is a terrace overlooking the course and surrounding hillside. Another great day out here in Perthshire!

If you would like anymore information please just ask at the reception, our staff there will be more than happy to help you.

Pitlochry Festival Theatre - Summer Season 2015

The 2015 Summer Season at Pitlochry Festival Theatre is already upon us, with six wonderful, yet varied productions for you to choose from. This summer season will showcase the work of some of the finest creators of  comedy, drama and musical theatre from across the UK and as far as USA!

Included in this years line-up are: A Little Night Music - winner of five Tony Awards! Improbable Fiction - by Alan Ayckbourn.  Home & Beauty - a classic period comedy.  The Lady In The Van - a fascinating, true life story.  The Importance of  Being Earnest - comedy in late Victorian England and Pyrenees - a mysterious and tense drama!

This year Pitlochry Festival Theatre have created a special ticket offer thus enabling regulars to see more for less! Please note these offers are available for a limited time only!



This Autumn  Pitlochry Festival Theatre will be putting on the production Our Man In Havana and for Christmas we will see the return of the award winning 2012 White Christmas!

If you would like more information please just ask at the Pine Trees Hotel reception who will be more than happy to help.

Remember that Pitlochry pre-theatre dining is available at The Pine Trees Hotel!

Local Walks

Pitlochry is an ideal base for walkers of all abilities. Surrounded by dramatic scenery and an abundance of bird and wildlife, Pitlochry's walks start and finish in the town centre. They are clearly marked with colour-coded sign posts and cover a distance of approx 20 square miles.

A very popular short walk will take you over Pitlochry's famous Fish Ladder (you may spot a salmon jumping on route), past the Pitlochry Festival Theatre, over the Suspension bridge and back up to town. If its a more energetic walk that you're after then try Bealach route which takes you up onto the moorland above Pitlochry where you will have spectacular views of the town and its surroundings.

If you travel a bit further afield you will find The Falls of Bruar to the North, the Hermitage to the South and the Birks of Aberfeldy to the West of Pitlochry.  These routes are to suit walkers of all abilities.



Other popular walks, which are for the more adventurous walker include:

Ben y Vrackie - distance 6miles
Loch Faskally - distance 8miles
Loch Dunmore - distance 8miles
Faskally via Garry Bridge - distance 7miles
Logierait - distance 5miles

If you would like more information on Pitlochry's local walks just ask at the Pine Trees Hotel reception desk, we are more than happy to help.