Cheap Hotels in Blairgowrie
The Bridge of Cally Hotel near Blairgowrie in Perthshire and is ideally situated at the foothills of Glenshee to explore, "The gateway to the Scottish Highlands". The Hotel has 18 en-suite rooms with some facing the bridge and river, while on the ground floor there are rooms suitable for disabled access. Hot & Cold style buffet Breakfast served. There are so many activities on the doorstep of the Bridge of Cally such as golf, fishing, shooting and stalking, mountain biking and walking. (The Cateran walking trail goes by the side of the hotel). The Glenshee ski centre is only 20 minutes away and there are a number of great outdoor pursuit facilities nearby. The real log burning stove, comfy sofas and chairs in the bar and conservatory area are a welcome treat from the Scottish elements and the well-stocked bar supplies a splendid selection of local malt whiskies and real ales.
Stay in one of 89 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms have shower/tub combinations and hair dryers. Conveniences include desks and coffee/tea makers, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Rosebank House Hotel
When you stay at Rosebank House in Blairgowrie, you'll be 7 minutes by car from Blairgowrie Golf Club. This 4-star bed & breakfast is 14.6 mi (23.5 km) from Perth Racecourse and 15.7 mi (25.2 km) from Scone Palace.
Hotels in Blairgowrie
Blairgowrie – full name Blairgowrie and Rattray – is a town in Perthshire, central Scotland. It's the largest town in the area, ever since Perth was designated a city in 2012. Several centuries ago, it was an important centre for flax spinning. Today, it's known for something different – soft fruits, especially raspberries.
When there's a golf tournament on, Blairgowrie hotels get quite busy. It's also a popular angling spot and holds its own Highland Games, bringing lots of people to town throughout the year.
Architecture and nature
Blairgowrie used to have 12 flax spinning mills. They were clustered along the banks of the River Ericht, powered by the flowing water. The last one closed relatively recently, in 1979. Oakbank Mill is still standing, and classed as a historical monument.
In the centre of town, the Wellmeadow is where local markets are held. There's a war memorial in the middle, dedicated to both WWI and WWII.
For more on the area's history, pay a visit to the town's Visit Scotland information centre. You can also get advice on local walking routes and points of interest.
Places to eat in Blairgowrie
Whether you're in the mood for some traditional Scottish fare or international cuisine, you've got numerous options. Chinese and Indian takeaways or a visit to the Marmaris kebab house are ideal for quick, filling meals. The Laird's House is full of antiques, and on special nights such as Hogmanay it hosts live entertainment.
Visit Blairgowrie in the right season to enjoy local fruits. If you want to pick your own fruit at a nearby farm, you must be over 16 years old. You can apply to join the picking team at Thomas Thomson if you're staying for a while.
The town acts as the start of the Cateran Trail, a 64-mile walking route through the scenic Scottish countryside. The trail has historically been used to drive cattle.
Every year, the Blairgowrie and East Perthshire Walking Festival makes a tour of regional sights on foot. It typically takes place in autumn, when the weather is cool and mostly dry.
Blairgowrie Golf Club boasts two championship courses used regularly in international tournaments. For beginners or a warm-up round, the Wee Course and driving range are popular places to start.
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