Welcome to Benvrackie B&B, Pitlochry
Benvrackie is an individually designed, contemporary property offering guests en-suite accommodation and is situated in the hamlet of East Haugh, just a short drive or a pleasant walk to Pitlochry.
Whatever time of year you visit, you will find a multitude of things to see and do within a short distance of Benvrackie. With two distilleries nearby (Bell’s and Edradour), the dam and fish ladder, the Festival Theatre (affectionately known as the theatre in the hills), a Hidden Gem golf course, walks and cycle routes, and plenty of shops and restaurants, there is something for everyone in nearby Pitlochry.
Pitlochry has long been a hub for travellers to the Highlands and the local folk offer a warm Scottish welcome to visitors. There are events in and around the town throughout the year, from the internationally renowned Etape cycle challenge in May, to Highland Nights throughout the summer, culminating in the Highland Games in September, the Enchanted Forest in the autumn, the ever popular New Year’s Day street party and much more.
A short distance from Pitlochry, set in hundreds of acres of magnificent
parkland, stands Blair Castle, the home of the Dukes of Atholl and, as a result
of the extensive planting done by the early Dukes, this part of Perthshire is
known, for very good reason, as Big Tree Country!
On arrival at Benvrackie, you will be welcomed with tea and homemade scones in our stylish sitting room overlooking the Tummel Valley. Our light and bright breakfast room is the perfect place to enjoy your breakfast of mostly locally produced products. Wi-fi is available throughout the house.
We are now in a position to take bookings for the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles. Gleneagles is a 45 min drive from us here at Pitlochry;
Our bedrooms are individually decorated and well equipped with all of the modern amenities.
Enjoy your morning in our light and bright breakfast room with spectacular views of the Tummel Valley.
The local area offers visitors many fine places & attractions to visit as well as the 'Theatre in the Hills'