Pitlochry is one of Scotland's most beautiful and vibrant places to visit.
In the heart of Scotland with real hospitality, clear sparkling air, beautiful scenery, rich clan history, fine food, plenty of space and lots to see and do. Pitlochry is primarily a holiday destination, which caters for the holiday maker year round in its own special way.
We hope you and your loved ones are keeping well and have stayed safe since we went into Lockdown. We would like to send our support and positive thoughts to our many visitors who have spent time with us in our beautiful town.
Restrictions are lifted for local Hospitality businesses from 15th July, after the Scottish Government announcement on the 9th July. However not all businesses are opening up immediately, so please check before travelling as we move through Phase 3.
In the Partnership we are busy speaking to all our Members to ascertain how they will progress and will begin updating our Website after the 10th July. We encourage visitors to please book direct with our businesses, to help them and to make sure you have the most up to date information. Due to inevitable changes taking place in each business, our site will be updated regularly so please keep checking for updates.
To that end, please also use our on-line enquiry form which goes straight to the businesses who are open for them to respond direct to you.
We ask that visitors are respectful and responsible to protect themselves and our community.
Please abide by all necessary restrictions at all times. They are put in place for your own and our Community’s safety. You should be asked to leave contact details with businesses to assist the Test, Track and Trace team.
Please take litter home and do not spoil our countryside.
Leave only a footprint and take only a photo.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon speaking on July 2nd Media Briefing
“I know that many of you will be keen to travel a bit further and look forward to going to other parts of our beautiful country. In doing that, however, please behave responsibly and follow all public health advice rigorously.
Be sensitive to those living in our rural communities. If you don’t take appropriate care, you risk taking the virus to others. Please do not do that”
The new Scottish Public Health campaign asks everyone to follow these 5 simple steps
- Face coverings are recommended in enclosed spaces. It is Mandatory if using Public Transport to wear a face covering on buses, trains and at Railway Stations. From Friday 10th July, it will also be Mandatory to wear a face covering in all shops. Please adhere to these measures for your own and our community’s safety.
- Avoid crowded places – if you go somewhere and it is too busy, for your own safety – LEAVE.
- Clean your hands and hard surfaces regularly.
- Two metre Social Distancing – Please keep 2 metres away from others when out.
- Self Isolate and book a test if you develop coronavirus symptoms. DO NOT TRAVEL
Many things are very different since you last visited, and so we just have to accept that 2020 has been an extraordinary time. However, the mountains, rivers and lochs, beautiful woodland walks and scenery are as you remember and here for you all to enjoy.
Please come see us and enjoy this most beautiful town and countryside.
We look forward to welcoming you back to Pitlochry and Highland Perthshire soon.
All The Pitlochry Local Groups and Culture Events
One of Pitlochry's real strengths as a town is that it has a large number of volunteer groups and organisations, all working for the good of the town each has its own particular area of specialism. Every group contributes something to the town in some way or another, working together, to help to make Pitlochry what it is today, a successful vibrant highland town.
Groups include Pitlochry in Bloom, the Bowling Club, the Atholl Players and the Community Choir to name just a few.Find Out More
Find out all the local shops and museums in Pitlochry
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