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Atholl Palace Hotel, Pitlochry
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Atholl Palace Hotel in Pitlochry is majestic. Scottish in styling and atmosphere. A lavish & grand place to stay.
The Atholl Palace Hotel in Pitlochry is prominently located in a unique hilltop location, where every room has an open view. In fact the hotel can be seen from miles around and considered to be the "gateway" into Pitlochry. You will not forget your stay in what can only be described as one of the most majestic hotels in Perthshire. The comfort throughout the Atholl Palace Hotel is evident with luxurious soft furnishings and creative décor.
You can walk through the hotel grounds and into Pitlochry. It takes approximately 15 minutes.
Each of the 108 bedrooms are unique, due to the history and location of the Pitlochry Atholl Palace Hotel. Many of the rooms have original features and outstanding views. The Mountain View Rooms look over the gardens to Ben Y Vrackie while the Valley Rooms have stunning views over the Tummel Valley.
The Verandah Restaurant in the Atholl Palace Hotel is famed for its stunning views over the immense hotel grounds, and the reputation for its cuisine is now well established. In the lively conviviality of the Stagshead Bar a fine selection of malt whiskies awaits your delectation. Pre theatre and evening suppers are also available at the Atholl Palace Stagshead Bar.
The Atholl Palace Hotel was originally opened as the Athole Hydropathic in Victorian times. The Pitlochry Atholl Palace Hotel still offers Spa facilities to this day. The hotel has created the Lavender Spa, which enjoys spectacular views of the Scottish countryside. The spa draws on its heritage as a Victorian health hydro using the powers of the natural spring water, which comes from the mountain of Ben- Y -Vrackie. These waters are used as a tonic and are unique to the Atholl Palace as is the fresh Highland air.
The Atholl Palace Hotel in Pitlochry offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year
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The Atholl Palace Hotel, Pitlochry has 108 bedrooms that have all been decorated to the highest of standards.
As well as Doubles, Twins and Family Rooms the Atholl Palace Hotel offers upgrades to may your stay extra special (additional supplements apply):
Valley View Rooms - These rooms offer superb views of the Tummel Valley and south towards the Tay.
Superior Family Room - Spacious family room sleeps 4 contains 1 double and 2 single beds. Each room is unique
The Atholl Palace Hotel also has a four-poster room and four double-bedded rooms for that special occasion
The Baledmund Room has a king-size bed, Jacuzzi bath, and a substantial lounge area with mountain views.
The Cluniemore Room faces Craigower Hill, and has a king-size bed, well-appointed bathroom and small dressing area.
The Andrew Heiton room has a king-size bed and offers southerly and westerly bay window views.
The Dunfallandy Room has a spacious feel with a king-size posted bed and glorious valley views from bay windows.
Turret suites (Suites) offer a separate round shaped lounge and are located at the top of the hotel with 360 degree views.
Manor House 2 Bedroom Superior Family - A well appointed and spacious family bedroom in the manor house; room contains 2 bedrooms (Either 2 doubles or a Double and a Twin). The manor house is a charming Victorian house adjacent to the hotel which houses these beautiful double rooms and suites, featuring views out over the hotel's award winning gardens.
Disabled Assisted Room - There is one bedroom on the ground floor that is mostly suited to wheelchair users. It has both a double and single bed and the en-suite bathroom has all the facilities required by wheelchair users.
Bar & Restaurant
The Atholl Palace Hotel Verandah Restaurant’s team of chefs use the very best of local Perthshire produce. This allows them to create a choice of mouth-watering menus full of game and fish from Scotland’s larder. The restaurant is open throughout the day offering wholesome lunches and traditional afternoon teas " with a view" in elegant surroundings.
The Stagshead Bar allows guests to relax in the comfort of the leather armchairs and be warmed by the log fire and try some of Scotland's finest whiskies. The Stagshead bar also serves traditional bar meals until 9pm.
Breakfast is served from: 8am - 9:30am (Mon-Fri) 8am - 10am (Sat-Sun)
Traditional Afternoon Tea is served on the Verandah between 2.30pm and 5.00pm every day.
Dinner is served from: 6:30pm - 9pm
The Atholl Palace Hotel has an extensive leisure club with a swimming pool, Jacuzzi pool, plunge pool, steam room, sauna and gym and fitness room. The swimming pool water is still the spring water, filtered through the volcanic rock of Ben y Vrackie, famed for is healing properties.
The Lavender Spa at Atholl Palace Hotel gives guests the opportunity to have some of the most relaxing and beneficial treatments on offer from a simple manicure to hot stone therapy.
Opening Hours - Lavender Spa
Monday - Sunday 10.00 – 18:00
Pool and Gym Facilities opening hours
Monday - Friday 7.00 - 21.00
Saturday & Sunday 7.00 - 19.00
Last entry to the pool and gym facilities is 1 hour before closing.
Lavender Wellness Spa Brochure
Directions to Atholl Palace Hotel in Pitlochry
Approaching Pitlochry from the South, take the A924 (signposted for Pitlochry) off the A9. After passing the Blair Athol distillery, on your right, continue under a railway bridge and turn right into the Atholl Palace entrance.
From the North, take the A924 (signposted for Pitlochry) off the A9. The A924 is the main street through Pitlochry. Continue right through the town and turn sharp left just before the railway bridge.
Pitlochry Station is on the main line between Edinburgh and Inverness.
Guests can easily spend a whole day exploring the Pitlochry Atholl Palace hotel and its stunning gardens. The Atholl Palace hotel also has a museum telling the stories of the people who built, worked at, and visited the Atholl Palace from the time building began in 1874, until the present day.
The Atholl Palace Hotel can organise a wide range of activities to suit any need for example - Golf at the Pitlochry Golf Course, 4x4 Highland Safari’s, Scottish & Line Dancing Classes, Fishing on River Tummel and Tennis on the all weather courts nestled in the hotel grounds. Visit the Local Distillery Blair Atholl Distillery