Shopping in Pitlochry
Although a small town, with a core population of around 2,500, Pitlochry does a very good job of catering not only for its residents, but also for the many thousands of visitors that arrive all through the year.
If you are looking for a gift to take home, you will be spoilt for choice with locally produced items ranging from natural soaps and scented candles (Highland Soap Co), cashmere (Amor Cashmere), tartan clothes and accessories (Claire Charles Designs), jewellery made from heather (Heathergems) and beautifully hand-made Scottish crafts and homeware (Honest Thistle). There are other several card and gift shops on Atholl Road (Cards & Co., For the Present, Keepsakes), an art/crafts shop with a wide selection of great “wet afternoon” things to do for adults and children and a well-stocked library.
For more energetic visitors, there is a good selection of shops selling sturdy outdoor clothes and footwear as well as an excellent bike shop, where you can either buy or hire all the equipment you would need for a cycle ride in the beautiful surrounding countryside. There are many excellent restaurants in and around Pitlochry including, but not limited to, those mentioned on our restaurant page. There’s a Co-op, The Scottish Deli, selling all manner of tasty delights, a traditional sweet shop (Love Your Sweets) and a branch of Drinkmonger, the exceptional Edinburgh wine-merchant.
For a retail therapy trip with a difference, the House of Bruar is located about 10 miles north of Pitlochry, just up the A9. Known as the “Harrods of the North”, it stocks high quality, classic country clothing, for men, women and children. There is a very well stocked food hall, as well as home and gift-ware and a very good value restaurant. It’s definitely worth a visit, but it won’t be a quick one!
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The local area offers visitors many fine places & attractions to visit as well as the 'Theatre in the Hills'