Monday, 29 April 2013
We are this morning delighted, thrilled and honoured to have picked up not one but TWO prestigious awards at the 2013 Scottish Hotel Awards last night in Glasgow. Craigatin House won Website of the Year and The Guesthouse Quality & Style Award.
Thank you to everyone who voted for us, thank you to Web Smart Media for our website and well done to all the other winners on the night!
Scottish Hotel Awards - Glasgow
Scottish Hotel Awards Glasgow
Craigatin House WINS website of the Year
Craigatin House Pitlochry Awards
Sunday, 28 April 2013
Blair Castles guided attic tours provide a fascinating insight into the extraordinary history of this fantastic historic building. Hidden wally away from view, this maze of rooms corridors and chambers full of interesting artefacts that tell the many stories of Blair Castles chequered past. Tours take place every Sunday at 2pm from the 31st March until 20th October 2013, cost is £15 per person.
A must see attraction if your in Blair Atholl on a Sunday
Wednesday, 24 April 2013
The 2013 Scottish Hotel Awards take place in Glasgow this Sunday 28th April 2013. Craigatin House and Courtyard is thrilled to have been nominated in SIX award categories. We are in contention for Best Guesthouse, Best Breakfast, Best Hospitality, Service Excellence, Best Design and Business Performance. Thank you very much to everyone who voted for us in these categories, we are indeed very grateful. Watch this space for the results next week!
Craigatin House and Courtyard Pitlochry
Thursday, 18 April 2013
A brand new John Muir Trust shop will open in Pitlochry very soon. The John Muir Trust are the UK's leading wild land conservation charity, protecting and preserving as well as enhancing the UK wildest places for us all to enjoy. Check out their map of the last remaining true wildernesses in the UK. Pitlochry is near to the No.6 on the map! As you can see were surrounded by a beautiful wilderness landscape, come and visit soon!
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Saturday, 13 April 2013
The weather in Pitlochry is pretty much like the rest of the UK. Pitlochry enjoys what's called a "Maritime Climate" which means we have cool summers and mild winters (although things have been a little different in recent years!).
The nearest official Met Office weather station where records are taken is opposite the Fisheries Lab, located in the nearby Faskally Woods.
Typically the warmest day in Pitlochry can rise to 26 degrees C (79 F) and
the coldest night can fall to minus 10 degrees C (12 F).
Thursday, 11 April 2013
After a whole winter of work the all new Craigatin House & Courtyard website is now live to the World. Visit us now here: www.craigatinhouse.co.uk
Wednesday, 10 April 2013
A great view not often see, the Queen's View from the opposite side of Lach Faskally. The road on the opposite side of the loch is a beautiful stretch full of fantastic lay-by's and bays to stop off to enjoy a packed lunch picnic. The road eventually comes out at Foss, just a mile or so from Tummel Bridge. Worth of an explore if you've never been that way before, if only to see the Queens View for a different viewpoint!
The Queen's View by Craigatin House & Courtyard Pitlochry
The Enchanted Forest returns to Pitlochry for its 11th year on 4th October 2013.
This year's event will be called "ORB"
This is a fantastic "Must See" annual event for Pitlochry and a great reason to stay at Craigatin House & Courtyard, why not tie in a visit to the
Pitlochry Festival Theatre too!
Tickets for The Enchanted Forest go on sale soon from: http://www.enchantedforest.org.uk/
The Enchanted Forest Pitlochry
The Enchanted Forest Pitlochry - Scotland