Claymore Hotel

Claymore Hotel

Claymore Hotel, Arrochar, United Kingdom.A warm and friendly Scottish welcome awaits you at the Claymore Guest House in Pitlochry.Set in award winning Gardens The Claymore is conveniently situated on Pitlochry's main street. We have private parking and uninterrupted views of the Cluniemore Hills. Free wireless internet access is available throughout the Claymore Guest House.The Claymore is only a two minute walk from the town centre and the rail and bus stations. Personally run by Diane, Graeme and family, we are here to make your Pitlochry holiday as enjoyable as possible.Book Pitlochry Guest House Online.We offer our customers a range of quality accommodation to suit all needs, including ground floor rooms and pet friendly rooms.We do not serve evening meals but you are welcome to eat you own food and wine in our conservatory breakfast room. There are many eating places in Pitlochry only a few minutes walk away.Cycle Friendly Beds Pitlochry is an ideal place to stay for touring the Scottish Highlands, or simply relax and enjoy the local surroundings and tourist attractions. Discover Perthshire on your visit through the various towns and villages and choose everything from traditional museums to innovative and interactive visitor attractions and unique and exciting natural attractions.Known as “Scotland’s Theatre in the Hills”, the Pitlochry Festival Theatre shows a large variety of plays from comedy to tragedy and musicals. The Theatre also holds art & craft demonstrations, creative workshops, backstage tours and a winter season programme.Pitlochry has a wonderful 18 hole golf course, situated in the hills above the town and with great views of the Tummel Valley. There is also the Club House Restaurant for you to relax after your game.golf courses within 30 minutes drive include: Taymount Castle, Dunkeld, Aberfeldy and Rosemount There are a number of top golf courses within 1 -2 hours driving from pitlochry: St Andrews, Gleneagles, name a few.As our cottages are named after well known walks in Pitlochry – you have an abundance of walks to choose from, whether you want a gentle stroll through Faskally Woods, or and energetic climb to the top of Ben Vrackie.Pitlochry is found on the banks of Loch Faskally, and the Boating Station is a popular place to take a day out – you can hire boats for fishing or just a little cruise - fishing rods and permits are also available at the tackle shop.Nae Limits offer everything for the adrenalin junkies out there –canoeing abseiling, canyoning, adventure tubing and sphereing can all be enjoyed through this Multi award winning Activity Centre – truly an experience you will remember forever!Pitlochry has many distilleries in its surroundings. Edradour is well know as the smallest distillery in Scotland and offers a nice tour and tasting. Bell’s Blair Athol Distillery is situated in the southern end of the town, and is also well worth a visit. Other Distilleries close by include Dewars World of Whisky in Aberfeldy, and Dalwhinnie Distillery, just 20 minutes on te A9 northbound.Probably the most well know Castle in the Highland Perthshire area is Blair Castle, where you can take a tour around its exquisite rooms, and also stroll around the grounds. Menzies Castle, near Aberfeldy is slightly less grand, but still a ‘must-see’ for those who like all things historical. If you are willing to go a little further afield, you can take a day trip to the Queen’s summer residence of Balmoral Castle, or head East to Glamis. McKay’s Bar is well known in town, and has entertainment of some sort on during most of the Summer, and winter weekends. Fiddles and accordions, singers and dancers all with a Scottish feel, will entertain you in the evenings, and as the night progresses you can get into the party atmosphere at the small nightclub / bar. www.claymorehotel.com  

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