Visit Pitlochry and Highland Perthshire

So many places lay claim to being the ‘Heart of Scotland'. Well Perthshire truly is. Gentle glens, capped by cathedral-like peaks that fall away to forested slopes, sparkling clear lochs, rushing rivers, sensational castles and ruins, and famous Scotch whisky distilleries. Home to Gleneagles, one of the finest golf resorts and hotels in the world, not to mention the visitor delights of Pitlochry, Crieff, Aberfeldy, KenmoreDunkeld, and Perth itself.

Glorious visitor attractions in Perthshire include Killiecrankie, the Queens ViewBlair Castle, The Hermitage at Dunkeld, Schiehallion, Scotland 's favourite mountain, shopping par excellence at the House of Bruar – Scotland 's Harrods, Scone Palace, home to Perth Races, and The Famous Grouse Experience at Crieff.

Our top 10 places to visit in Pitlochry and Highland Perthshire


A riot of colour changing as do the seasons, the beauty of Perthshire – and famous ‘Perthshire Tree Country’ - is perhaps at its most stunning in autumn. This perfect backdrop for relaxation and romance makes weekend breaks, romantic breaks and extended holidays and vacations in Perthshire one of Scotland 's fastest growing pastimes.

And the great outdoors is bristling with activity, country and adventure sports opportunities amongst the very finest in Scotland. From salmon fishing on the famous River Tay, to some of the best rafting and kayaking in Scotland.

Our top 10 things to do in Pitlochry and Highland Perthshire

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Perthshire is also a superb family holiday, school holiday and family leisure breaks destination.  We warmly welcome families to Dunfallandy House. The area is brimming with great activities and adventure for all the family, and great family attractions and day out ideas.

Our top 10 family attractions and days out in Pitlochry and Highland Perthshire


Dunfallandy’s position, virtually at the geometric centre of Scotland – Pitlochry - makes us a scintillating base for sensational touring and sightseeing. Well within a comfortable day trip from the hotel are Glencoe, Balmoral and Royal Deeside, Inverness and Loch Ness, St Andrews, the Angus Glens, Scone Palace and Glamis Castle, the Grampian castle and whisky trails, the Cairngorms and Aviemore, Fort William and Ben Nevis, Stirling and Braveheart country, Laggan and Monarch of the Glen country, and some scenically spectacular lochs and glens, including Glen Lyon and Loch Tay. Let us provide you with a picnic or packed lunch, don't forget your camera, and embark on a touring and sightseeing extravaganza!

Our top Perthshire sightseeing and touring ideas

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Learn about Clan Fergusson and the Dunfallandy Stone

Dunfallandy House was the former seat of the Chief of Clan Fergusson. Visit the famous Dunfallandy Stone

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Pitlochry Theatre presents its 2017-18 winter season

Pitlochry Theatre presents its 2017-18 winter season

Believed by many to be the best movie musical ever made, Singin’ In The Rain is still celebrated for its stunning song and dance routines and the magical on-screen relationship between its stars, Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds.

Now adapted for the stage, this exuberant, funny, joyous and warm-hearted musical features all the songs from the classic 1952 MGM film, including Make ‘Em Laugh, Good Mornin’, You Were Meant For Me, You Are My Lucky Star, and of course, the immortal Singin’ In The Rain.

Destined to be yet another unforgettable PFT winter musical, Singin’ In The Rain will send all the family home with a smile on their face, a song in their heart and a twinkle in their toes - whilst wondering just how we did that . .