Pitlochry has a long and illustrious past. For over a hundred and fifty years, it’s been a popular resort town with regal connections, appealing architecture and all the natural beauty of the Highlands. Only a minute’s walk from the town centre, visitors will find Newholme.
For whatever reason you’re visiting this famous area of Scotland, Newholme will provide you with ideally located and very welcoming self-catering accommodation.
Newholme bungalow is bright and spacious and offers discerning visitors a combination of comfort and style. This is a two bedroom bungalow with one double and one twin room, making it ideal for two to four people. A fifth guest can be accommodated in the twin room on a substantial guest bed, which would incur an extra charge.
In addition to the pleasing bedrooms, guests will be appreciate a separate fully fitted kitchen with dining table and chairs. The kitchen has all you’ll need to store, prepare, cook and serve meals. Aside from microwave, cooker, fridge and freezer, there’s also a washing machine and a dishwasher.
In the spacious and elegant lounge, you’ll have a television with DVD player as well as a radio and CD player.
Newholme has a bathroom, which has a bath and an electric shower fitted above the bath.
The bungalow has both a front garden and a back garden. It also might be helpful to know that Newholme is on a single level, and so it is easily accessible to those who have mobility problems.
Gas central heating, electricity, bed linen and towelling are included in the rate. The rate is per week, and the bungalow is available Saturday to Saturday. Short breaks are offered out of season. Families with small children are very welcome to Newholme, we have a cot and highchair available and there’s lots to do nearby; you can play at nearby play park, feed the ducks at Loch Faskally, hire a boat for fishing and even visit the small putting green at the other end of town.
Although many arrive in Pitlochry without vehicles, since the transport links are so good, Newholme does have off-street parking. Well behaved pets are welcome, although it’s best to confirm in advance if you’re bringing a faithful furry friend.