Travel directions to our Pitlochry Guest House



Placed as it is at the geographical heart of Scotland, just off the A9, Pitlochry not only provides an ideal base for touring both Scotland and the attractions in the area, but is remarkably easy to get to.. 

Travel to Pitlochry by car

From the south and north: The main route north, the A9, is easily accessible from all major Scottish motorway networks, and major cities. From Edinburgh and Edinburgh Airport, take the M90 to Perth and join the A9, signposted Inverness.. From Glasgow city centre and Glasgow Airport, take the M8 until it joins the M80 2 miles east of city centre. By-pass Stirling and join the A9 signposted Perth.

Then exit the A9 at the Pitlochry turn off and follow this slip road into Pitlochry with river on your left. Take the first road after the Garage marked for Pitlochry Theatre and Fish Ladder. Cross the river and past the caravan park. On your left at the next corner a turn is marked for Logierait and Dunfallandy. Follow this for approximately 1/2 mile passing under A9.  Look for a driveway on your right through trees marked Dunfallandy House. Bear left and you will reach the house.


Travel to Pitlochry by train

Regular train services run to Pitlochry station from all Scottish cities. There is also a daily service from London Kings Cross. The hotel is only 5 minutes walk from the station.

Scotrail train timetables and rail services to Pitlochry

East Coast rail services from London and the South, to Pitlochry


Travel to Pitlochry by coach

Comfortable express coaches link Pitlochry with every main town and city in the UK. An extensive network of services is operated by National Express and Citylink. The hotel can provide timetable and ticketing information.

Get the Citylink timetables

Get the National Express timetables


Travel to Pitlochry by air

Edinburgh and Glasgow Airports each have over 60 arrivals per day from UK, European and Transatlantic airports. Pitlochry is between 11/2 and 2 hours drive from these airports following the road instructions above. Car hire rental is available at both Edinburgh Airport and Glasgow Airport. For best car hire rates visit

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Learn about Clan Fergusson and the Dunfallandy Stone

Dunfallandy House was the former seat of the Chief of Clan Fergusson. Visit the famous Dunfallandy Stone

Visit the Embrace Scotland website

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Pitlochry Theatre presents its 2017 summer season

Pitlochry Theatre presents its 2017 summer season

The 2017 Summer Season runs from the 26th May through to the 14th October and promises to be the most unique yet, with another six spectacular plays on offer.

High Society by Arthur Kopit
Mary Rose by J.M Barrie
People by Alan Bennet
Absurd Person Singular by Alan Ayckbourn
The Ruling Class by Peter Barnes
Europe by David Greig