Pitlochry News and Events
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Things To Do
With its stunning location, Pitlochry is the perfect place to enjoy some Scottish scenery. Whether it's outdoor activities that interest you or you're after some cultural enlightenment, the team at Knockendarroch House will ensure you enjoy your stay in Pitlochry.
Situated halfway between the large cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh to the south and Inverness and Aberdeen to the north, Pitlochry offers touring guests and independent travellers alike the chance to experience life the Scottish way.
ENCHANTED FOREST - 4TH TO 27TH OCTOBER 2013
The award winning Light and Sound festival, "The Enchanted Forest" returns to Pitlochry this October. This year's
show is called "absorb" and runs from 4th - 27th October in Faskally Wood.
We are pleased to offer a ticket booking service for guests staying at the Knockendarroch.
More information can be found at the Enchanted Forest website.
PITLOCHRY FESTIVAL THEATRE - SUMMER 2013
The Pitlochry Festival Theatre opens for its Summer 2013 Season on 24th May and runs to 19th October. Guests staying at the Knockendarroch can enjoy a ticket booking service as well as an early pre-theatre dinner and complimentary transport.
The season gets going with Hello Dolly!, A Chorus Of Disapproval, and Present Laughter.
This year's full programme can be found on our Theatre page.
ALL YEAR ROUND
Walking, cycling, golf, fishing and adventure sports are all available around Pitlochry. Must see day-trips to the Fish Ladder, medieval village of Moulin, the nearby whisky distilleries or historic castles add to the experience and then at night treat yourself to a show at the famous Pitlochry Festival Theatre.
Highland Safaris is well worth a visit. It won ‘Best Visitor Experience` in Scotland, and combines exhilarating Land Rover Safaris, the new Red Deer Centre, inspiring walking and Biking activities and Perthshire’s only Gold and Gem Panning Centre. Relax and enjoy the cosy café and shop situated in a unique and stunning location. A truly authentic discovery of everything that makes Perthshire an exceptional destination. Go on, feed a deer - it's unforgettable!
Shoppers are also well catered for in and around Pitlochry. Its main street has a variety of small independent shops selling unique local products and The House of Bruar, one of Scotland's most prestigious country stores is only a 10 minute drive from the Hotel.
For our guests who are looking for an adrenaline rush, look no further than Pitlochry Outdoor Activities for your one-stop shop for all outdoor activities in Highland Perthshire, including but not limited to white water rafting, a relaxed canoe trip, quad biking, horse riding or even cliff jumping!
The UK's first ever static bridge bungee jump is here courtsey of the fabulous Nae Limits
There are numerous great day trips within 1-2 hours of Pitlochry, including St Andrews, Glamis Castle, Inverness, Balmoral Castle, or you can just enjoy some great drives along Loch Tummel and Loch Tay.
Below we've included some further links to places of interest that may offer more information about things to do in & around Pitlochry.