Discover real hospitality, clear sparkling air, rich history, fine food, plenty to do - and helpful local people to make your holiday easy and fun with spectacular scenery added in!
The House of Bruar: The House of Bruar boasts some of Scotland's finest produce, clothing and rural artwork rolled in to one and is right on our doorstep! They also serve fantastic food in their restaurant..
Edradour Distillery: Reputed to be the smallest distillery in Scotland, home of Edradour 10-year-single malt whisky. Guided tours include a taste of Edradour whisky, an audio-visual presentation and a real insight into the traditional methods of whisky making.
Blair Castle: The magnificent former home of the Dukes and Earls of Atholl, the Hercules Garden and Diana's Grove, walks, shopping and much more.. and only 1.5 miles away!
The Waterfalls of Bruar: located behind the fabulous House of Bruar, this famous and spectacular walk is a must when visiting the House of Bruar. Robbie Burns wrote the poem The Humble Petition of Bruar Water to the Noble Duke of Atholl about these beautiful falls...
Queen's View: Queen's View lies at the heart of Highland Perthshire, and it's the area's most popular visitor attraction. Just one look is enough to tell you why..
Dalwhinnie Distilery: Whisky and Chocolate, a match made in heaven - Dalwhinnie Distillery stands in the Cairngorm National Park and offers tours, whiskey tasting and shop
Enchanted Forest: With dazzling visuals and innovative design set against an original music score, explore the stunning autumn woodland setting of Faskally Wood near Pitlochry. For Show Dates and Ticket Information please view website
Blair Atholl Water Mill: Blair Atholl Water Mill: a working water mill producing flour and oat meal. The mill has a tea room and mill tours are available
Blair Atholl Distillery: Blair Athol Distillery is one of the oldest working distilleries in Scotland. After enjoying a leisurely conducted tour, you can mull over the distinctive character of the finished article as you sip your dram of Blair Athol 12 Year Old.
Pitlochry Dam, Fishery & Visitor Centre: Each year between April and October an average of 5,400 salmon fight their way upstream from Atlantic feeding grounds to spawn in the upper reaches of the River Tummel. They must by-pass the Hydro-Electric dam at Pitlochry by travelling through the interconnected pools that form the Pitlochry "fish ladder" up and around the dam. The flow from the bottom of the fish ladder attracts the salmon into the first pool and from there they rise through connecting pipes until they have climbed the height of the dam.