Perthshire and the Highlands

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Pitlochry is an excellent base for exploring Perthshire and the Highlands. The town has a variety of shops and restaurants and the area is filled with activities for the whole family. Here are some links that you may find useful ...

Edradour Distillery
The smallest distillery in Scotland, guided tours include a taste of the Edradour whisky.

Blair Atholl Distillery
A few minutes walk from Willows is one of the oldest working distilleries in Scotland that distils Blair Atholl single malt whisky.

Blair Castle
7 miles North of Pitlochry, surrounded by stunning scenery Blair Castle is home to Europe’s only private army, the Atholl Highlanders. A great day out.

Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Only 10 minutes from Willows is the Festival Theatre. Open every day, take in a musical, concert or play in this highly acclaimed theatre located on the banks of the Tummel River.

Pitlochry Explorers Garden
A haven of peace and quiet this wonderful woodland garden celebrates the stories and results of Scottish Plant Hunters who survived harsh conditions to bring us plants from all over the world.

Highland Safaris
18 miles from Pitlochry and a great day out for all. Highland safaris winner of ‘Best Visitor Experience’ in Scotland combine exhilarating land rover safaris, the new Red Deer Centre, walking, biking and Perthshire’ only gold and gem panning centre. Afterwards enjoy a coffee and browse the gift shop.

Queens View
Visited by Queen Victoria in 1866 this view point is one of Scotland’s most iconic panoramas. 

Ben Vrackie
Within walking distance of Pitlochry, on clear days this mountain offers magnificent views of the town and surrounding area.

Pitlochry Dam,salmon ladder and visitor centre
Walk across the dam and see if you are lucky enough to see one of the 5000 salmon which migrate up the ladder each year. New for 2017 the visitor centre provides a history of the hydro generation scheme in the Scottish Highlands.  

Loch Faskally
Beautiful loch which lies between steeply wooded hills and is approximately 3.2km.