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Tigh Na Cloich Hotel
Larchwood Road

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Our small personally run Pitlochry Hotel reflects our personality, we love to be intimate, relaxed, friendly and enjoy eating and cooking great food. Tigh Na Cloich Hotel in Perthshire offers all these benefits for our customers to experience. Peter and I along with our dedicated team are committed to providing a superior level of service and comfort for our guests. When you enter our lovely Victorian, Highland home, there is a feeling of warmth, tranquillity and well being. The perfect setting for a relaxing holiday or short break in Pitlochry Perthshire and to tour the Highlands of Scotland .

Tigh Na Cloich has been awarded three stars by Visit Scotland quality assurance scheme and has been recognised by "Eat Scotland " for our renowned cuisine and received many accolades for Peter's food. Tigh Na Cloich has an enviable south facing position with panoramic views overlooking the Tummel Valley and Perthshire Hills. Tigh Na Cloich is a family run licensed hotel set within its own grounds, centrally located, just two minutes walk through the hotel garden to the Town centre, close to the railway station, championship golf course and Pitlochry Festival Theatre.


Ratings/Awards: Visit Scotland 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 10
Number Ensuite: 10

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Cuisine: Contemporary Scottish
Chef: Peter Williams
Awards: STB 'Eat Scotland' Award

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