For some 200 years, Fisher’s Hotel has been a popular destination for people visiting the Highland hub of Pitlochry.
The former coaching inn has played host to luminaries such as Robert Louis Stevenson and William Gladstone.
Traditional Scottish hospitality is still the order of the day at Fisher’s Hotel, where Victorian elegance meets contemporary comfort.
Check in for a Sunday night stay with today’s Big Deal and discover the appeal for yourself.
Valid to the 23rd September 2018, this offer would also make a very attractive present for anyone who would appreciate a cosy summer break.
The Big Deal is for two people to enjoy an overnight stay in a standard room with a welcome dram on arrival, two course table d’hôte dinner and full Scottish breakfast.
Guest rooms offer views over either the hotel’s gorgeous private gardens or Pitlochry and the surrounding countryside.
All rooms are ensuite with amenities such as digital TV, desk, lounge seating and hot drinks facilities. WiFi is available in the hotel’s public areas.
This offer is available for Sunday night stays only.
Fisher’s Hotel has been enjoying a lavish refurbishment to ensure that it remains one of the Highland’s top hotel for the next two hundred years, so there may be some noise and disruption.
This offer include a buffet breakfast and a two course table d’hôte dinner for each guest.
The table d’hôte menu changes daily and showcases the chefs’ commitment to using Highland Perthshire’s world class larder.
The Coach House is the hotel’s public bar with live sports on six screens. It is also the home of live music in Pitlochry.
As well as live bands every Friday and Saturday, it hosts a ceilidh on the last Sunday of the month and regular karaoke.
See & do
Pitlochry has long been a popular base for climbers, hikers, mountain bikers and outdoors sports enthusiasts.
There are numerous tour operators and companies in the town happy to arrange a thrilling day out in the stunning Highland environment.
If your adrenalin requirements have been fulfilled, why not take the opportunity to explore another key ingredient of the Highland economy with a pilgrimage to one (or two) of the nearby distilleries?
Fisher’s Hotel has picked up plenty of enthusiastic reviews on TripAdvisor. The friendly service is frequently mentioned. These are recent examples, edited for length:
‘Had an overnight stay with my mother and couldn’t fault anything. Room was spacious and very tastefully decorated. Breakfast was lovely. But most of all the girl on reception was the nicest person ever: kind, friendly and very informative. Will definitely be back and I’ve been telling all my friends how lovely this hotel is.’
‘Stayed again at Fisher’s Hotel… greeted by a lovely lady at reception… very helpful and friendly… what a gorgeous room overlooking the town and was spotless. Staff are lovely… evening meal and breakfast was fantastic. We wouldn’t stay anywhere else when visiting area. Each experience has been excellent staying at this gem.’
‘Friendly. Stayed here for a long weekend and really enjoyed it. Staff are very friendly and helpful. Rooms spacious with really nice bathrooms with showers. Beds very comfy, had a good sleep so peaceful too. Food is nice with plenty of choice from the buffet breakfast. All in all, had a fab time and would defo go back.’
Pitlochry is less than two hours from Edinburgh or Glasgow by car and also has handy bus and train connections.
Fisher’s has some free car parking and Pitlochry’s main bus stop is by the hotel’s main entrance. The town’s railway station is just behind the hotel.
All of which means that this Big Deal at Fisher’s Hotel is a very convenient way to enjoy a summer Sunday with your nearest and dearest.
And, as we mentioned, it would also make a thoughtful gift.