A delightful town nestled in the Perthshire Highlands, Pitlochry is one Scotland’s favourite holiday hotspots. In vogue for over a hundred years, it's not hard to see why so many people come year after year to visit the local sights and experience the breathtaking beauty of its surrounds. Scotland is truly stunning, come rain or shine, and Perthshire is arguably one of the most exciting and glorious areas to discover.
Most famous for its Festival Theatre with its vibrant year-round schedule, the salmon ladder and dam, and its high street of independent shops, cafes and pubs, Pitlochry is superbly placed for exploring the scenic sights of Highland Perthshire and beyond. If you love to walk or hike you are really spoiled for choice in Perthshire with Monroes aplenty and gorgeous local walks through woods and by rivers.
Pitlochry attracts many visitors for popular annual events such as Etape Caledonia, The Blair Castle International Horse Trials, Pitlochry Highland Games and The Enchanted Forest .There are many things to do in the local area that we at East Haugh House can help you discover and arrange, including bungee jumps, fishing, kayaking or a visit to one of the local distilleries.
With its central position right in the heart of Scotland's beautiful countryside, and its locality to the popular Victorian town of Pitlochry, East Haugh House Hotel is the perfect base to discover all the things to see and do in Highland Perthshire.
East Haugh House is a must-visit destination that invites you to relax, enjoy and explore the very best that Scotland has to offer!
Top local activities and attractions, all a short drive from East Haugh House:
Exciting quad trekking in the heart of Perthshire. Highland Offroad is located on the outskirts of Dunkeld within walking distance of the village. Trek amongst 280 acres of wild highland estate and enjoy stunning scenery and meet the local wildlife along the way! Treks available all year round and can be booked online www.highlandoffroad.co.uk
For more local information on things to see and do in Pitlochry and the local area please visit www.pitlochry.org