Book Now

Pitlochry Hydro Hotel

United Kingdom, Pitlochry

View Menu

The Local Area around Pitlochry, Perthshire

Great things to do while you are staying at the Pitlochry Hydro Hotel in Scotland

A simply stunning natural environment where you can discover, learn and enjoy the most amazing outdoor activities – from bungee jumping, quad biking, gorge walking, white water rafting. Or if you are here to chill out and relax there are peaceful landscapes for rambling and walking, boating, as well as Scottish hospitality, great food, distillery tours and restaurants.

Visit Pitlochry, visitor information

On your doorstep:

Pitlochry Dam Visitor Centre, 1 mile
Discover the full power of water, learn the secrets of the incredible salmon journey, enjoy the café and the spectacular views of the loch.

Pitlochry Golf, 1 mile
18-hole course, pitch & putt, driving range, pro shop, restaurant and friendly clubhouse in the most spectacular of natural settings – the very best of Scotland.

Tay Forest Park, 1 mile
Some of the most scenic parts of Highland Perthshire featuring some of the tallest trees in the UK, and unforgettable views of mountains and lochs.

Pitlochry Boating Station and Adventure Hire, 1 mile
With every kind of vessel – ocean kayaks, paddleboards, pedaloes, rowing boats and outboard motors for hire, plus instructors and lessons, fishing, woodland trails and café – you and your family will be able to spend the most exhilarating day on the loch.

Faskally Forest and The Enchanted Forest, 1 mile
The Enchanted Forest is an annual event in the beautiful Faskally Forest, just outside Pitlochry – a magical, immersive experience.

Edradour Distillery, 2 miles
They’ve been making single malt whisky here since 1825 – a fascinating tour and of course wonderful souvenirs.

Days out:

Cairngorns National Park, 10 miles
1,748 square miles of Scotland’s finest natural environment, with walking trails, viewing points, outdoor activities, castles and museums, walking and cycling trails and home to five of the highest mountains in the UK – Ben Macdui, Braeriach, Cairn Toul, Sgor an Lochain, all well over 1,200 metres.