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Bridge of Tilt, Blair Atholl, By Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH18 5TE, Site S13 on location.
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Sleeps 6 with everything you need to enjoy a great caravan holiday in Pitlochry, Perthshire. One double bedroom with shower, one bedroom with two single beds and the sofa in the lounge opens up to a double bed also, there is also a travel cot for the little ones.
Sitting at the entrance to the 5 star River Tilt Park is the Steadings Spa. This luxury complex offers a variety of facilities: Facilities include; 17m x 11m swimming pool, toddler’s paddling pool, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi and brand new state of the art gym (check at reception for access).
A number of bars and restaurants on site and close by, also close by is Pitlochry which is full of bars and shops and lots more things to do. There is a SPAR shop 5 minutes walk from the park for your day to day items. The park is open all year round.
It is beautifully situated, set amid spectacular mountain scenery at the foot of Glen Tilt on the banks of the delightful River Tilt, alongside Blair Atholl Golf Course. It offers the highest quality holiday accommodation, Touring Park and private owners park, all set in much-acclaimed beautiful landscaped private parkland grounds.
The River Tilt Park is ideally situated by the Highland Village of Blair Atholl. Blair Atholl is famous for the breathtaking Blair Castle – home to the Duke of Atholl and The Atholl Highlanders, his private army. The village itself boasts two hotels, local shops and a post office. Activities include mountain biking, pony trekking, hill walking and bowling.
The working watermill and the Country Collection Museum ensure that everyone can have an enjoyable stay. Unrivalled for the array of scenic attractions, the local area proudly boasts many places of natural beauty. The Falls Of Bruar, Glen Tilt and The Pass of Killicrankie are all manageable walks, attracting people of all ages.
The quintessential town of Pitlochry is only a 15 minute drive from the park and has a vast array of shops, the famous Festival Theatre and the equally famous Salmon Ladder at The Hydro Electric Dam, where you can see the salmon ascend to their breeding grounds. For those who like a little Scotch, Pitlochry also offers two distilleries in which tours can be booked and samples tested!
Just 5 minutes walk away. Discover Blair Castle and go on a journey into the fascinating past of the Dukes and Earls of Atholl. Unique amongst Scottish castles, the story told here will take you from a visit by Mary Queen of Scots to the Civil War, and from the Jacobite cause to the disaster of Culloden following Bonnie Prince Charlie’s own stay in the castle.
You’ll hear how the lucky inheritance of a smuggler-infested island helped turn the castle into a comfortable home, and learn how Queen Victoria’s famous stay led to the creation of Europe’s only private army, the Atholl Highlanders. Dating back to 1269, the castle has been transformed through the ages, from its cold medieval beginnings in a strategic position during political struggles to become a fine Georgian mansion and finally a Victorian castle in the baronial style. These influences can still be seen today across the 30 rooms on full display. Visit their website for more details and lots more local activities – www.blair-castle.co.uk
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