Welcome to Lineside Pitlochry
Pitlochry is regarded as one of Scotland’s most desirable and attractive small towns. It is a cultural centre renowned for its Theatre, Salmon Ladder, Loch Faskally, hospitality and of course local distilleries. It is an oasis and also serves as a great base from which to explore wider Scotland, both north and south.
“Lineside” is one of the towns most modern and contemporary homes, situated in the centre of Pitlochry. The house is nestled between two established guest houses in the hub of the town, immediately opposite the towns Tourist Information Office. To the front are the historic council buildings and to the rear passes the railway line to the Highlands. For those with a passing interest in railways, Lineside was built with a viewing balcony over the railway allowing you to sit in the sun and watch the trains pass by in very close proximity. Trains run all day and during the summer months, steam excursions supplement the daily services to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness.
Lineside is situated conveniently in the heart of the town centre providing excellent access to a wide variety of coffee shops, restaurants and tremendous local amenities. Beyond whisky and tartan shops, there is excellent food to suit all tastes from Scottish pancakes and Scottish steaks through to curry. There are some excellent local hotels providing first class dining for non residents.
There is great local hospitality suiting all tastes and budgets, from gourmet food to the “local chippy”.
Pitlochry is a highly accessible and beautiful historic town from which to explore Scotland. Pitlochry station is a 5 minute walk from the property and for those with an interest in railways, trains pass the property throughout the day. The “sleeper” from London arrives at Pitlochry at 6.30am each morning and leaves for London each evening at 10pm, so it is possible to arrive or depart directly overnight door to door. There are regular day time services north and south so exploring Scotland by train from Pitlochry is easy. The A9 trunk road links Glasgow and Edinburgh with Inverness and passes the town by way of a bypass.