Pitlochry has been attracting visitors for centuries,and there is a fine tradition of top-class bed and breakfasts in Pitlochry.
In the Victorian era this stunning village was placed firmly on the Scottish touring map. Pitlochry became famous when Queen Victoria fell in love “with this most beautiful place” on the Highland Tour and decided she wanted a holiday home in the Highlands. Pitlochry became a spa and a holiday resort. Albert, the Prince Consort finally bought Balmoral and built a Castle for his Queen.
Pitlochry offers something for everyone. The more energetic visitors can explore the countryside and nearby adventure sport facilities while those looking for relaxation can take in the beautiful scenery while enjoying local restaurants and bars which cater for every budget. Pitlochry also attracts cultural tourist through its plays, music events, and talks, all held at the Pitlochry Festival Theatre.
Watch the Salmon make their run up the River Tummel at the Salmon Ladder, or learn the secrets and nuances of whiskey making at one of Pitlochry’s revered Distilleries – Blair Athol or Eradour Distillery – or have your breath taken away at the beautiful Pass of Killiecrankie, prepare for the harsh winters at our excellent woollen shops. The possibilities are endless, and there is always plenty to see and do, so whether you’re looking for adventure, relaxation, or something in between, Pitlochry has got it all.
At Wellwood we believe that the bed and breakfast experience is all about staying local and providing access to community knowledge and the inside track of what’s going on in Pitlochry. In this section we’ve listed a number of attractions that previous guests have enjoyed.
Wellwood House, West Moulin Road, Pitlochry, PH16 5EA
Tel: +44 (0) 1796 474288