All of the photographs on this page were taken in areas within easy walking distance from the house, so you can totally relax and forget about your car!

Situated in the heart of Perthshire, Pitlochry is geographically ideal for your Scottish holiday - an excellent centre for touring the area (see our 'Find Us' page for map and distances). It is a small town but offers all the facilities you would need during your stay.

Pitlochry has a mainline train station (Perth to Inverness) and has bus connections to Perth, Dunkeld, Aberfeldy and Kinloch Rannoch (one of the film location 'Outlander'. Doune Castle (Castle Leoch) is also in Perthshire).


Check out what's on in the area during the time of your stay -

Pitlochry Festival Theatre now offers a range of plays during the summer season and individual events throughout the year, including the Amber and Winter Words Festivals.

One of the most popular attractions is the Pitlochry Dam and Fish Ladder, where you can watch salmon climb the specially built ladder as they make their way into Loch Faskally.

Just north of Pitlochry is the beautiful Pass of Killiecrankie, scene of the famous battle. Blair Castle, the seat of the Duke of Atholl, is open to the public and is well worth a visit. The Queen's View near Pitlochry is justifiably one of the most famous views in Scotland 

Pitlochry has one of the most scenic golf courses in Scotland. Information on the golf course can be found on their website www.pitlochrygolf.co.uk

For our walkers, have a look at this site:  http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/perthshire/pitlochry.shtml

And for cyclists:  www.escape-route.biz.  They are a hop and a skip from the house if you are in need of help with your cycle and we have a locked shed for cycle storage.

Interested in Extreme Sports?  'Nae Limits' will give you the thrill you are looking for!  Check out their site www.naelimits.co.uk

Ben Vrackie and Mount Zion Church enlarge


Contact details:
Elmwood, Lower Oakfield,
Pitlochry, Perthshire
PH16 5DS

Tel: 01796 474355
email: elmwoodpitlochry@live.co.uk

site by Atholl Road