Tucked away in secluded wooded grounds in the highland town of Pitlochry, you’ll find the haven of tranquility and style that is Craigatin House. This beautiful early Victorian house has been transformed into a boutique-style Guesthouse, providing a unique blend of the traditional & contemporary. City chic in a rural setting! Craigatin is mere minutes from Pitlochry’s quality restaurants, Pitlochry Theatre and The Dam & Salmon Ladder. It’s only a short drive to nearby Whisky Distilleries, Blair Castle and the memorable hopping experience of The House of Bruar. Craigatin House offers ample off road, private parking, and is a non smoking property.
Craigatin House offers a wonderful selection of spacious and comfortable guestrooms. Each has been individually designed, and no two are alike. Many have six foot beds and all are decorated with stylish fabrics and furnishings.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- HD LCD TV
- Freeview TV Stations
- CD/DVD Player
- Hospitality Tray (Tea, Coffee, Bottled Water & Handmade Local Cookies)
Breakfast is served in Craigatin’s brand new modern dining room, where there is also a guest lounge – all centred around a large & welcoming log burning stove. Freshly cooked to order from the varied menu, breakfast is available between 8.00am & 9.30am each weekday morning, and until 10.00am on weekends.
Breakfast begins with fresh fruit juices, a selection of cereals, fresh fruit salad and yoghurts, not to mention porridge served with whisky, cream and soft brown sugar!
Next the main course of sausages, bacon, eggs, tomatoes, mushrooms, beans and potato scones – in any combination you choose. Omelettes are also availalbe, as are pancakes and french toast. All of the above accompanied by toast, and a freshly brewed cup of tea, coffee or hot chocolate.
On The Map: Pitlochry is located in the very heart of Scotland. Cairngorms National Park is very close by to the north, and Edinburgh less than 1.5 hours to the south via the A9 road.
When Queen Victoria fell in love with the Highlands of Scotland, Pitlochry was a quiet village surrounded by the pine-covered hills of the Central Highlands. It became famous when she named it one of the finest resorts in Europe, and visitors began arriving to discover the magic of the Highlands. This vibrant town in the wooded valley of the River Tummel runs along a main street that’s lined with shops and eating places. It bustles with visitors, but relax and go with the flow. Look behind the busy-ness, and you’ll see the charming, Highland Victorian town that is still Pitlochry. Pitlochry is farther from the sea than any other place in Scotland, and it makes a good base for exploring the surrounding scenery, which is spectacular.