The House Of Bruar

Department Stores

By Blair Atholl, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH18 5TW

    The House of Bruar sits like a castle at the foot of the spectacular Bruar Falls, and is widely acknowledged as Scotland's most prestigious independent store.

     

    Continuing to grow – recently an impressive new Menswear Hall was added, doubling the menswear offer and expanding on their extensive technical department.  In addition the ladieswear was extended, including a new Shoe and Handbag department, offering even more choice from prestigious brands.

    You can't forget about Britain's largest Cashmere Hall, full of knitwear and tailoring unsurpassed for value and quality.

    The large Sales Shop is also well worth a visit, where you can find fantastic value in a wide range of clothing, knitwear and accessories.

    With inspiration from the beautiful Highland surroundings The House of Bruar design a range of luxurious Saxonny and Shetland tweeds with knitwear to match to be found in the Ladies Country Clothing Hall.

    Full of innovative ideas for the home and garden the Country Living Hall is the perfect place to find that elusive gift or an irresistible treat for yourself.
     
    You will also enjoy browsing in the inspiring Gallery, housing the most comprehensive and important collection of contemporary rural art ever exhibited in Scotland.
     
    If you need a break from shopping you will find the Food Hall and Restaurant a welcoming sight, full of British gourmet produce and delicious home cooked food, not to mention the award winning butchery.
     
    Conveniently situated on the A9, nine miles north of Pitlochry, no trip to Scotland is complete without a visit to the Home of Country Clothing.
    Gradings
    5 Tourist Shop
    Awards
    Assisted wheelchair access Taste Our Best
    Opening Times
    Open All Year
    2014 Opening Times
    1 Jan 2014 - 31 Dec 2014

    Catering

    • Restaurant With its homely, "country kitchen" atmosphere, heavy pine furniture and lustrous fired-earth floor, our self-service restaurant has a cosy, intimate feel that belies its 600-seat capacity. Whether you're simply stopping by for a quick sandwich and a coffee to break up your trip or you want a full sit-down meal to round off your visit to the House of Bruar in a fittingly satisfying fashion, you're certain to be impressed by the sheer quality and variety of the food on offer. With home-made soup, gourmet sandwiches, steak and ale pie, vegetarian quiches, traditional haggis and freshly fried fish, there's a host of hearty country fayre on offer with a special emphasis on locally sourced Scottish produce. Opening Times We are open every day of the week, from 9.30 am to 5.00pm from mid-November to mid-May, and from 8.30am till 6.00pm in the summer season. Breakfast is served until 11am, and lunches are available from 12 noon till 4.30pm. There is no need for reservations for either o

    Domestic

    • Toilets

    Payment Methods

    • American Express Card
    • Debit Card Visa Debit
    • Delta Card
    • Maestro Card
    • Mastercard
    • VISA Card

    Children

    • Baby Changing Facilities Available
    • Highchair Available
    • Outdoor Play Area

    Location

    • Rural Location The House of Bruar sits like a castle at the foot of the spectacular Bruar Falls, and is widely acknowledged as Scotland's most prestigious, independent store. Conveniently situated on the A9, nine miles north of Pitlochry, no trip to Scotland is complete without a visit to The Home of Country Clothing.

    Public Transport Directions

    Getting there by railway:- From Blair Atholl Railway Station. Take the B8079 north approximately 4 miles and you will find the House of Bruar on the right hand side.

    Getting there by aeroplane:- From Edinburgh Airport follow directions for the Forth Road Bridge. Follow the A90 north over the Forth Road Bridge continue north onto the M90 following signs for Perth, by-pass Perth and join the A9 following the signs for Inverness. Continue up the A9, by-pass Pitlochry, carry on along the A9 for approximately 10 miles until you reach the sign for the House of Bruar. The site is on the right hand side of the A9 when travelling North.

    Transport within Scotland

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    Access to Public Areas (Displays, exhibits, rides etc)

    • Level access (i.e. no steps or thresholds) or access by a ramp or lift to :
      • a public toilet
      • a public toilet suitable for visitors who use a wheelchair

    Cafeteria / Restaurant

    • Level access (i.e. no steps or thresholds) or access by a ramp or lift to the :
      • restaurant

    Staff

    • Staff who have contact with visitors have disability awareness training

    Attraction Entrance

    • There are steps to the main entrance
      • There is a handrail by the steps

    Parking

    • The route from the parking area to the nearest public entrance is :
      • flat, ie. without steps
      • with a ramp
    • Parking provided for visitors
      • Parking on site
      • With designated parking for visitors with disabilities
      • Within about 50 metres of the attraction
    • There is a drop-off point for guests immediately outside the main entrance

    This information is self-assessed; therefore we accept no liability for its accuracy. Please contact the venue for further information.

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