Getting to Pitlochry is getting easier
Travelling to Pitlochry by both road and rail will become easier and quicker over the next year.
The dualling of the iconic A9 Road, the route from the centre of Scotland to the North that goes straight through the middle of Scotland, is well underway. As well as making the road safer and faster the new road is being designed as an ideal way to discover Scotland. Fisher Hotel started life as a Coaching Inn on this route and is still the most central, and comfortable, base for exploring the A9 corridor.
Massive investment has been put into the rail connections on the Glasgow and Edinburgh to Inverness route with 19 brand new high speed trains ordered for 2017. The aim is to get you from Glasgow to Pitlochry in less than an hour in maximum comfort.
Getting to Fisher's Hotel could not be easier, by car, coach or train.
Pitlochry is situated just off the main A9 road, around 25 miles north of Perth. Leaving the A9 slip road continue until you reach the centre of the town and you will see Fisher's off to your left. The hotel car park is closed during our winter\spring refurbishment. There are several public car parks in the town and there is a small charge for using these.
The main routes north and south serve Pitlochry from Bus\Coach stops adjacent to the hotel. Bus routes, times and fares can be checked at www.stagecoachbus.com or www.megabus.com
Pitlochrys main line train station is situated back to back with the rear gardens of the hotel. The picturesque station serves stations north to Inverness and stations south to London. There are regular services to Perth, Glasgow and Edinburgh. Train times and fares can be checked at www.scotrail.co.uk or www.virgintrainseastcoast.com.