Pitlochry and the surrounding area is packed with places to visit, activities to keep everyone entertained and some fantastic walks. Staying one night just isn’t long enough. Here is a selection of our favourite places.
Pitlochry and within walking distance from the Poplars Guest House:
Nae Limits. For some serious outdoor adventure experiences e.g. gorge walking, canyoning, white water rafting.
Within 40 mins drive:
Highland Safaris. Winner of `Best Visitor Experience` in Scotland combines the Red Deer Centre with award winning exhilarating Land Rover safaris, Loch Tay safari boat excursion, inspiring walking & biking activities & Perthshire’s only Gold & Gem Panning Centre. Set in a stunning location, do not miss the award-winning Café & inspiring Gift Shop.
Loch Tay & Crannog Centre. Go back in time and see a reconstruction of a lochside dwelling over 2500 years old (currently under reconstruction).
Glen Lyon. Scotland’s longest, loneliest, loveliest Glen. Visit Fortingall to see possibly the oldest Yew Tree in Britain (maybe Europe too).
Mains of Taymouth Country Estate. Great walks, water sports and pony trekking on the beautiful shores of Loch Tay. Visit the Courtyard for great shopping and lunch.
Castle Menzies. 16th century fortified castle with ghost walks available.
Or Book a Private Guided Tour with a local driver who will share their knowledge of the area whilst you sit back and enjoy the scenery: