Tucked away in an enchanting woodland setting, lies Craigmhor – a beautiful Victorian Lodge & Courtyard. A quiet and peaceful location, yet the centre of Pitlochry, with all its delightful things to see and do, as well as its many restaurants, is just a stone’s throw away. Family owned and managed by Calum and Jane MacLellan, the whole team at Craigmhor Lodge are on hand to ensure that all guests experience a truly delightful stay. As well as stylishly appointed guestrooms, the colourful and lovingly maintained gardensbeckon guests to the seating area to relax and enjoy the Highland sunshine. Craigmhor is a non-smoking property and provides private, off-street parking.
Craigmhor Lodge & Courtyard offers a wonderful selection of accommodation, with 12 spacious courtyard bedrooms and suites and 3 traditional bedrooms in the Lodge itself. Courtyard rooms are stylishly decorated in the muted colours of Highland Perthshire & are meticulously presented.
Most Guestrooms Feature:
- iPod Docking Station with Area Control Surround Sound
- 32″ Wall Mounted Plasma TV
- DVD Player
- WiFi Internet Access
- Tea & Coffee Making Facilities
- Large walk-in Shower
- Underfloor Heating in the Bathroom
- His & Hers Bathroom Sinks
Some say its the most important meal of the day. At Craigmhor, they know that a scrummy breakfast sets guests up for a full days’ exploration with all the thrills and discoveries it can bring.
Breakfast at Craigmhor Lodge is therefore a highlight, using only the best of fresh local produce. Enjoy a continental buffet followed by a full cooked Scottish breakfast – all served in our large, comfortable conservatory.
Breakfast is served each day between 8.00am and 10.00am, although earlier times are available on request.
A Contintental Hamper Breakfast is also available in the courtyard bedrooms, allowing guests to relax and enjoy a leisurely breakfast in-room, on the balcony or garden terrace.
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.