Torrdarach House is our stunning, four star GOLD, contemporary bed and breakfast in Pitlochry. Quiet woodland garden setting close to Pitlochry town centre. Our guest lounge with open fire overlooks the garden and has views beyond to the Tummel Valley. Breakfast is served in the south facing dining room also overlooking the garden. Local beers, over 40 whiskies and Austrian wines by the bottle can be served to guests in the lounge or garden.
|Address :||Golf Course Road
|Host(s) :||Graeme Fish & Susanne Wallner|
|Website :||Torrdarach House Website|
|Language(s) spoken :||English & German|
|Bathroom :||Private||Breakfast Style :||Cooked|
|Allows smoker(s)? :||No||Children Allowed? :||No All ages|
|Pet(s) at home? :||No||Internet access? :||Yes Wifi throughout the house|
|Wheelchair Accessible? :||No||Parking Available? :||Yes|
|All of our bedrooms are en-suite and were recently refurbished with new rooms added in 2012 and 2013. This refurbishment included décor, carpets, beds, curtains, furniture, TVs with integrated DVD players and original paintings. Our en-suite facilities have also been upgraded and we have installed a whole-house water pump delivering an invigorating 12 litres per minute showering experience. Facilities include:
Sealy beds - we have invested in some fantastic beds from Sealy. These are American designed beds made in the UK. While we understand that the comfort of a bed is a personal thing, we have chosen a top of the range medium-firm mattress from the Sealy contract range and we don’t think you will be disappointed. They have a very luxurious feel! You should wake up ready for breakfast.
At least one easy chair.
Solid oak furniture.
LCD television with integrated DVD player.
Tea and coffee making facilities - a range of teas and coffee is provided. Fresh milk on request.
Thermos of iced water.
Scottish Fine Soaps - Sea Kelp range of toiletries.
The all important full-length mirror!
Blackout lined curtains.
Complimentary Wi-Fi access throughout the house and Bothy.
Books, magazines and local interest reading material.
Folder with suggested activities and restaurant recommendations.
We have kingsize (150cm x 200cm), superking (180cm x 200cm) and twin (90cm x 200cm) options.
Children are welcome but please note that we do not have a family room and only two people may share a room None of our rooms have baths.
|Payment & Polices|
|Price Range :||88-104 GBP|
|Payment Methods :|
|Check In/Check Out :||Check-in from 3pm, check-out by 10.30|
|Policies :||1. Check-in is from 3pm and check-out is by 10.30am
2. Please let us know if you intend to arrive after 7pm
3. Credit / debit card details will be taken and verified to secure your booking. No charge will be made on booking and you can pay how you wish on check-out.
4. On check-out you are welcome to pay by credit card but due to the costly fees involved for a small business like ours we add a 2% surcharge. No surcharge is added for payments made by debit card, cash or cheque.
5. Cancellations 3-7 days before arrival date - first night will be charged unless we resell the room
6. Cancellations 2 or less days before arrival date - entire booking will be charged unless we resell the room
7. Cancellations must be made in writing via email and are only valid once confirmed by Torrdarach House
8. Non arrivals will be charged for the entire booking
9. We suggest that guests take out adequate travel insurance to cover unforeseen cancellations
10. We do not accept animals
11. Unless you otherwise request Torrdarach House will store your name and email address in order that we can give you occasional updates on Torrdarach House news and offers. Your details will not be given to any third party.
|What to see & do :||While you are staying with us we will be able to provide many suggestions for golf, walks, cycle rides, drives, viewpoints and many other local attractions.|
|Nearby town(s) :||Perth, Aviemore|
|By car from the South
Pitlochry is approximately 1.5 hours from Edinburgh and 2 hours from Glasgow. The northbound motorways leaving edinburgh (M90) and Glasgow (M80) both join the A9 which continues north to Pitlochry. Follow signs to Inverness the whole way.
Approximately 26 miles out of Perth leave the A9 signposted Pitlochry. The slip road runs directly into the Atholl Road high street. Continue up Atholl Road past the main shopping area until you reach the Auld Smiddy Inn on the right hand side. Take the next right up Larchwood Road. At the top of Larchwood Road you will see Torrdarach House (big pink house). Follow the road around to the left and then turn right onto Golf Course Road to find the entrance.
By car from the North
Leave the A9 signposted Pitlochry and follow the signs into town. A few hundred yards after entering Pitlochry turn left up Larchwood Road, before the Auld Smiddy Inn. At the top of Larchwood Road you will see Torrdarach House (big pink house). Follow the road around to the left and then turn right onto Golf Course Road to find the entrance.
Pitlochry station is on the East Coast main line. There are regular trains arriving from the south and north on a daily basis. The Intercity train (no change in Edinburgh) connecting Inverness with London stops in Pitlochry once a day. For specific timtables and booking you can use www.nationalrail.co.uk.
Torrdarach House is only a few hundred yards from Pitlochry train station. However, if you advise us in advance we may be able to collect you upon arrival.
National and international flights arrive daily into Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee and Inverness. Car hire is available at all airports and train stations are easily reached by taxi.
|Torrdarach House, Pitlochry B&B|
Greenfees & Tee time reservations
Prices : On request.
Graeme, our in-house PGA Golf Professional can organize anything that you require for your golfing trip to Torrdarach House.
|This is now the second time we've stayed at Torrdarach House and it was just as good as the first time. Struan and Louise, the owners, made us feel really at home. The room and breakfasts were lovely. It's just a great place to stay.
Guest Name :Tim J Date Stayed :September 2012