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Edradour Distillery
Edradour is a Highland single malt whisky distillery based in Pitlochry, Perthshire, it is the last long-established survivor of the old tradition of farmhouse distilleries, with an annual output of 240,000 bottles per year. Regular Guided Tours are available throughout the year, and there is often a piper outside the gates, for a true scottish welcome.

Pitlochry Dam and Fish Ladder
ituated at the end of the Tummel valley, the Pitlochry Dam and Fish Ladder has recently been improved with the addition of a brand new visitors center and 60 seat café at Pitlochry dam and power station, its a great place to visit. Watch the salmon climb the watery ladder and take in the breathtaking views across Loch Faskally.

Pitlochry Theatre
It is a staple of Pitlochry life, and attracts thousands of visitors to PItlochry every year, Pitlochry Festival Theatre or "The Theatre in the Hills" is again offering 6 fantastic productions for the 2017 Summer season. The summer season at Pitlochry Festival Theatre opens on Friday 27th May and you can view a programme here >>

Pitlochry is the largest town in Highland Perthshire and the tourist hub for this area of Scotland, it has a long established reputation as a tourist destination built up from the time of the railway arriving in 1863. It is largely a Victorian town, which developed into a tourist resort because of Queen Victoria visiting the area in 1842. It remains a popular tourist resort today and is well known and loved by hill walkers wanting to scale the likes of Ben Vrackie and Schiehallion.

The town's biggest attraction is the Pitlochry dam and fish ladder which has a new visitor centre for 2017; and probably one of the towns biggest draw cards is the Pitlochry Festival Theatre often called 'The Theatre in the Hills' - best known for its rolling repertoire of 6 or 7 summer plays and for the many other performances throughout the year. Pitlochry also has two whisky distilleries, Edradour and Bells, whose visitor centres are popular attractions and a good place to sample the 'water of life'!

Tayview Lodges is the perfect base to explore Highland Perthshire. We are only a couple of minutes off the main A9 Perth to Inverness road, and ten minutes by car from the popular holiday town of Pitlochry.

Tayview Lodges are geographically in the centre of Scotland, meaning it is only an hour and a half in various directions to Edinburgh, Glasgow or Inverness. It is an ideal location for walkers, cyclists, families and to get together with friends to relax.

By Car
Tayview Lodges are situated a mile up the hillside, facing South, off the A9 Perth-Inverness road midway between Dunkeld and Pitlochry.

Four miles north of Dunkeld you will pass a village sign for “Dowally” on your right followed by a sign to the craft centre, again on the right. Shortly after this you will see a signpost for “Guay”. Take this cut off and follow the road up the hill for about 1/2 mile until see a wooden house followed by a small stone bridge. Immediately as you cross the bridge, take the sharp turn on the left. Follow the road round and up the short incline to the entrance to Tayview Lodges.

Please do not use a Satnav on the A9 as you get close to the site as this will take you down the wrong road.

By Rail
Pitlochry railway station is served by services from Inverness, Perth, Glasgow and Edinburgh as well as services from London and the South. Alternatively, Dunkeld Railway Sataion is served by the same services. Tayview Lodges is about 8 miles from Pitlochry station and 6 miles from Dunkeld. Taxi Servies run from both stations

By Bus
Due to its central location on the main A9, Kindallachan is well served by most of the major bus companies, for both north bound and south bound buses. Kindallachan is approximately a mile walk from the lodges mainly on flat ground.

“Just had a fantastic weekend , the was very comfortable and extremely well equipped for self catering holiday accommodation. The views and surrounding walks were amazing. Liked it so much we hated having to leave and plan to go back for a few days soon. We highly recommend a visit! Especially if you like peace tranquillity and lovely walks. “

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“Stayed here in January and found the lodges to be very well equip, pristine and very comfortable. The setting is beautiful, the sky so clear at night and it is so peaceful. Can't wait to go back again. “

— from Yell

“How nice are these lodges.... Really couldn't ask for more! Very comfortable and well equipped. The views are amazing and the surrounding area is beautiful. I'm looking forward to a return visit. “

— from Yell

“We are just home from a 3 night stay. 4 adults and 4 kids. We had an amazing weekend. Lodge is situated in an enclosed grass area. Far enough off the road. Our children were able to play safely and we loved our stay. The setting and view are wonderful. The actual lodge is spacious enough that we didn't feel crammed. It's was very clean and well equipped for our needs. We are already trying to arrange dates with our friends to revisit.“

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“The Accomodation was clean to the highest standard, very spacious and lovely and cosey. Our party consisted off 4 adults and 3 kids and we didnt feel over crowded at all, the views, the scenery was amazing, and we will definely be back, th eonly downside of this break, was we didnt book more days.. very very happy... thank you“

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Wifi is available at Tayview Lodges via 3G Wifi routers in the lodges.

*Costs from £10 for 1GB of data usage or £25 for 15 GB data usage