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Welcome to The Poplars Guest House, an elegant Victorian bed and breakfast, situated within stunning Highland Perthshire, in the charming town of Pitlochry. Wander through breath-taking scenery, go white water rafting, be enchanted by castles, or just relax and unwind.  Everything is on your doorstep.  Poplars has seven well appointed ensuite rooms (doubles, twins, a triple and a quad) all with great views, along with a large, relaxing and beautiful guest lounge.  Your hosts’ aim is to make your stay as comfortable as possible within their charming and warm, characterful home.  When staying here, they would love to share their wealth of knowledge for Pitlochry, and the fabulous surrounding area that is Highland Perthshire.

The seven well-appointed bedrooms at The Poplars offer guests comfort and relaxation after a long day’s traveling or sightseeing.  All bedrooms are en-suite and each room has lovely panoramic views over the surrounding area.

All Guestrooms Feature:

  • Complimentary WiFi Internet
  • King-Size Beds with Pillow-Top Mattress (in Double Rooms)
  • Warm Duvets & Crisp White Linens
  • Hospitality Trays with Tea, Coffee & Cookies
  • Decanters of Fresh Highland Water
  • Digital Television
  • Hairdryer
  • USB Sockets
  • Radio Alarm Clock
  • Clothes Storage, Dressing Table & Chairs
  • Complimentary Toiletries

Guests May Also Avail of:

  • Large Guest Lounge, with Comfortable Sofas & Games
  • Large Manicured Garden, with Outside Seating
  • Off-Street Parking and Garage for Bikes, Kayaks – etc.
  • Drying Room

 

Poplars Guest House is a proud recipient of the “Taste our Best” award by Visit Scotland.  This award recognizes that we offer quality food and drink and we include and promote Scottish produce within our breakfast menus.  We love food at the Poplars Guest House and pride ourselves on serving a tasty and satisfying breakfast.  Served in our beautiful house dining room with large picture windows that overlook the garden and towards the hills.

The breakfast buffet table awaits your arrival and is filled with delightful things to eat.  From the kitchen Jason prepares everything freshly from scratch. Our aim is to use the best local produce and seasonal goods when they become available. We want to ensure you walk away set up for a great day out in Highland Perthshire. Here is an example of the produce you’ll see on the breakfast table.

TO START: 
Freshly prepared Fruit Salad, Natural Yoghurt & Homemade “Summer Berries” Compote, Homemade Crunchy Nutty Granola,
Selection of Breakfast Cereals and Muesli, Creamy Porridge made from Scottish Milled Oats served with ‘Whisky’ & brown sugar

MAIN COURSE:
A Hearty Scottish Breakfast of Grilled Back Bacon, Pork Sausage, Scottish Black Pudding, Macsween’s Haggis, Roasted Tomato, Sautéed Mushrooms and Eggs cooked as you like them.
Vegetarian choices include Vegetarian Sausage and Grilled Halloumi
OR Dunkeld Smoked Salmon served with beautifully cooked Scrambled Eggs
OR Continental Platter with Ham, Cheese, Smoked Salmon, Boiled Egg and Home Baked Bread Roll
OR Soft cooked Omelette with cheese and diced tomato.

TO DRINK: 
Fruit Juices, Scottish Blended Breakfast Tea, Earl Grey or Herbal/Fruit Teas, Cafetiére of Local Scottish Roasted Coffee

Toasted white and brown bread will be brought to your table with Perthshire Honey, Homemade Marmalade & Preserves

Pitlochry Town:

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.

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