Fantastic Stay

Fantastic Stay..
USA August 2018

Pitlochry Golf Club

This Hidden Gem course (18-holes, 5,700 yards, par 69) boasts magnificent views and a state of the art clubhouse, a new range with indoor and outdoor bays for practice, well-stocked pro shop and expert tuition, under the direction of PGA Professional Mark Pirie.  Golf heaven for all ages & abilities.

Whats on - Highland Perthshire is Scotland's outdoor adventure playground

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Cycling & Escape Route

Keen cyclists of all ages and abilities will be able to find all the bikes and kit they need.  If you're buying or hiring a bike, the friendly staff will ensure it fits and you can hire by the hour or day(s) to explore the gloious surrounding countryside.

Whats on?

Rannoch Highland Gathering

Third Saturday in August Our very own games complete with heavy weights, bagpipes, hill run, Scottish Dancing - definatley not one to be missed.

Pitlochry Highland Games

Each year in early September, the townsfolk of Pitlochry, and hundreds of visitors, gather at the Recretation Ground for this traditional Highland spectacle.  With caber tossing, dancing, piping, tug-o-war, athletics and cycling, there's something for everyone.  This is the last Games Day in the annual season, so don't miss out!  

The Enchanted Forest

Faskally Wood is also home to this multi award-winning event which takes place every October.  The specially designed light and sound spectacular transform the day-time look of the wood, into a magical, nocturnal wonderland.

Blair Castle Horse Trials

This event gathers thousands of visitors each year to see, not only for the equestrian events, but the Highland ponies, dog shows, rural craft demonstrations and retail stands.  This year the event takes place from 10 - 13 September, so book your accommodation early, at Bridge of Gaur!

New Year's Day Street Party

Launched in 2000, to celebrate the Milennium, this annual celebration has just grown and grown!  The main street is closed to allow 1,000s of people to ceilidh the afternoon away.  Soup, sausage rolls and pies are provided by the local butcher, MacDonald Bros, and donations are always welcome to help fund next year's party!