Tigh Na Cloich House is a beautiful family-run Guesthouse in Pitlochry, the “heart of the highlands”. Pitlochry is steeped in fascinating history and is the perfect place for an escape.
The building sits proudly at the site of one of the original Sentinel Stones, the name Pitlochry comes from the Gaelic "Pit Cloich Aire", meaning "place of the Sentinel Stone" and it was originally a Pictish settlement. The whole area is rich in standing stones, stone circles, and ancient sites, the most famous being the magnificently carved Dunfallandy Stone which dates back 1,200 years. There are a variety of natural features throughout the grounds and this beautiful Victorian building still retains many original features.
The Tigh Na Cloich Guesthouse offers luxurious accommodation, a fully licensed bar service, and the most perfect setting for a deliciously home-cooked Scottish breakfast with sweeping views over the River Tay.
There are also opportunities for guests to enjoy various activities in and around the area including archery, clay pigeon shooting, and falconry, golf, cycling, and lots more.
Tigh Na Cloich Guesthouse is just a short distance from the A9 and Edinburgh is only 70 minutes drive. Direct trains come into Pitlochry Station regularly making it totally accessible and the perfect place for that magical getaway.
Families and couples alike particularly like the location with so much to offer.
We look forward to welcoming you to Tigh Na Cloich House very soon.
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