Located on the northern edge of the lovely Victorian Highland town of Pitlochry, Ashbank House is a delightful three star bed and breakfast, run by Helen and Bob Murr. Beautifully decorated to create a relaxed home from home feel, the accommodation is very well presented and maintained to a high standard.
Take advantage of the magnificent views all year round from the gorgeous garden and patio, or relax in the bright and sunny conservatory. Ashbank House is an ideal base from which to discover the stunning Highlands, birds, wildlife and out door sports, such as golf, fishing and walking. The area is superb for out door enthusiasts as well as for discovering the fine whiskies produced in the region. Private parking and secure storage is available for sports equipment, cycles, motorbikes, golf bags and fishing tackle.
This delightful tranquilly located Victorian villa gives you the choice of two doubles and one twin room for your stay. Each one has en-suite or private bathrooms, and extra cot or z-bed are available for guests with children. Naturally a full Scottish breakfast is included in your stay, which is served in the sunny and immaculate dinning room.
Ashbank House is within a short stroll of the centre of Pitlochry, and guests can enjoy the many restaurants, shops and entertainments of the town, plus the salmon ladder and breathtaking surrounding countryside. The Pitlochry Festival Theatre, ‘the theatre in the hills’, attracts visitors from all round the world. You can simply enjoy the performances, or get involved in workshops and events.
Pitlochry and Ashbank House are very easy to reach from anywhere in the country via the mainline railway station in the town, which is a direct link to Inverness and London. By road, Pitlochry is a convenient drive on the main A9 road through the Highlands from Edinburgh to Inverness: There are International airports at Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Inverness for guests wishing to travel from further afield.
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This page was last updated: 13 February 2012