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165 Atholl Road, Pitlochry, Perthshire. PH16 5QL.
Tel: +44 1796 472 478
Craigatin House & Courtyard in Pitlochry is a breath of fresh air. This award-winning luxury guesthouse is a benchmark for branding and innovative marketing. From the sign on the street, personalised Instagram photography books in the lounge, Japanese cast iron teapots used during breakfast, exceptionally comfortable mattresses and high quality linen to new carpets, freshly painted walls and immaculate garden, everything about the property is impeccable.
If you go back every year, you will realise that it always looks and feels brand new. Owners Martin and Andrea are talented marketers as well as successful hoteliers. So much so that last February they acquired a new guesthouse close by, thanks to Craigatin House’s success.
The guesthouse’s contemporary design and atmosphere exude comfort and tastefulness, a reflection of the owners’ attention to detail and focus on providing and delivering nothing but quality. Luxury toiletries and personalised touches in its colourful and welcoming bedrooms give the guesthouse a modern luxury hotel feel. The fact that dinner is not an option makes the experience even more attractive considering the number of good restaurants and pubs close by. Craigatin House encourages guests to explore the scenic area in which it is located, not only the many outdoor activities and attractions but also the quirky and creative local businesses which help the area to be such a wonderful destination.
Breakfast at Craigatin House is a special experience in itself. As well as the usual cooked dishes, all beautifully presented and made only with the best ingredients, the guesthouse provides indulgent options such as banana and caramel pancakes, cooked to order and delicious.
For those wanting to stay in and relax, Craigatin House’s gardens provide a beautiful and soothing atmosphere for picnics and gatherings. The guesthouse attracts people from all over the world, with most of their patrons being returning guests - you will understand why once you visit them yourself. The owners' friendliness and genuine passion towards their thriving business is infectious, if you are not careful, you might want to quit your job and open an equally special guesthouse yourself.