Pitlochry Youth Hostel
About About this youth hostel
Pitlochry Youth Hostel is located in the quieter part of this small, but very popular Victorian town. Its elevated position provides visitors with stunning views over the town and surrounding area.
A range of shared accommodation and private en-suite rooms makes it ideal for families, groups or individual travellers looking to steer clear of the noise and bustle of the busy main street.
Facilities include a well-equipped self-catering kitchen and large dining area with beautiful views, a quiet reading room and comfortable lounge, secure bike store and free on-site parking.
Facilities & Services
March - October (RentaHostel available all year)
Open until 22:00
16:00 - 22:00
07:00 - 10:00
The youth hostel is open to guests all day. Late arrival available by prior arrangement.
Private Rooms Available
En Suite Rooms Available
Family Rooms Available
Suitable for Groups
Self Catering Kitchen
Complimentary Tea and Coffee available in Self Catering Kitchen
Free Parking (nearby or onsite)
Lovely hostel close to railway station (10 minute walk uphill), very clean and fantastic staff, handy for trips to Enchanted Forest and magnificent countryside. Great value for money and towels provided for private rooms free of charge.
Polly - Scotland
Going to the Enchanted Forest and just need a place to rest up? This hostel will do you nicely.
Easy to find from directions, comfortable, beautiful view.
Great location, great price, great room for 2 adults and 3 children.
Took local bus 23 to Balinluib/connection to Dunkeld which was very pleasant and could have used same service to Aberfeldy. Found new visitor Centre at the Dam interesting with a nice cafe - good option if the weather isn't great.
Reasons to visit
Pitlochry sits in one of the most beautiful parts of Scotland. Easily accessible by train and bus, it's ideally situated for touring Highland Perthshire.
Set amidst hills, lochs and woodland, Pitlochry makes a superb base for outdoor enthusiasts wanting to explore the area's numerous walking and cycle routes.
The famous salmon ladder, Blair Castle, Blair Atholl Distillery and the Queen's View are not to be missed and Pitlochry Festival Theatre, known affectionately as the "Theatre in the Hills", offers a varied and exciting programme of events throughout the year.
Using the forest as a natural backdrop "The Enchanted Forest" in nearby Faskally Wood is a lighting show that is quite simply out of this world. Each October the autumn woodland is transformed into one of Scotland's premier light and sound experiences that dazzles and delights. Unmissable.