Pitlochry Backpackers Hotel, 134 Atholl Road, Pitlochry, PH16 5AB
Call Receptionist on 01796 470044
OverviewLocated right in the centre of beautiful Pitlochry, this friendly and comfortable hostel is an old Victorian hotel literally bursting with character and provides dormitory and private rooms (with en suite). Comfy beds come with fitted sheets, duvets and 2 fluffy pillows and private rooms have fresh towels included. If you are visiting Pitlochry to enjoy the vast array of outdoor activities or simply want to get away from it all and relax, the hostel has everything you need to ensure you make the most of your time in this beautiful Perthshire town. Overlooking the street below, the bright spacious lounge has comfy sofas and as much free tea, coffee and hot chocolate as you can drink. It also has free WiFi, loads of local information, some games and musical instruments and a free pool table. A separate movie lounge has comfy sofas and loads of films to chose from. A great place to meet like minded people and although you might think you're only staying one night, you'll end up staying three or four - it's that kind of place!
Beds & Rooms:79.
Open:March to Nov. 7.30am-1pm and 5pm-10pm (times may vary).
Price per night:From £18pp for dorms. Private rooms from £25pp
Booking:Booking in advance not always essential, first night's payment required.
Directions:Take the A924 Atholl road from the A9, the hostel is on the right if coming from the south and left if coming from the north. A customer car park behind the building is accessed from Birnham Place (just past/before the hostel).
Public Transport:Buses stop on Atholl Road and the hostel is only 1min walk. The train station exits onto Atholl Road also, only 5 mins' walk.
Walks:Long Distance Walks Land's End to John O Groats on foot LEJOG Land's End to John O'Groats by bike Scottish National Trail Rob Roy Way
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We’re almost ready at Pitlochry
July 22nd 2021
and we’re very excited! All going to plan we should be back to a sort of normal. Meaning we’ll have both private rooms, and fingers crossed dorms once again. Come and see what a lovely stay you can have in our neck of the woods. Our town is friendly and has more than it’s fair share of sights and attractions. For a curiosity you can look towards the Pitlochry fish ladder, allowing over 4000 salmon a year to reach their destination. Or if you’re not feeling fish you could browse one of the two distilleries that Pitlochry is home to. But of course if you’ve come to just enjoy the wonderful surroundings of the highlands know that you’re never more than 10 minutes away from some of the best scenery that Scotland has to offer. We’ll see you there…
Opening on 22nd June
May 22nd 2021
At last Pitlochry Backpackers Hotel will be open again. It is the perfect base for exploring the Highlands, on the edge of the Cairngorms and right on the main A9 route through Scotland. All bookings taken in line with the Government
Pitlochry Backpackers Hotel, relax, recharge and maybe visit a distillery or two
March 6th 2020
Scotland, renowned for both its number of independently run hostels and distilleries. Pitlochry happens to be home to both a hostel and two unique distilleries. Perhaps a trip to the highlands is in order…
Pitlochry backpackers hostel manages to get everything right. Warm friendly and welcoming, with an unbeatable location to boot. Just 5 minutes from the door you’re greeted by the ever amazing sights of the Highlands. Views to die for being just a short stroll away. For an extra special view Ben Vrackie sits overlooking the town. There’s something for everyone whether its castles or standing stones that takes your fancy. Oh and don’t forget to check out some of the local distilleries Blair Athol’s being used to make Bells whiskey.Or Edradour, formerly the smallest distillery in Scotland.