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Dalgreine offers a wide selection of locally sourced Scottish fare. We do our utmost to ensure your breakfast is cooked to your liking and can cater for a variety of dietary needs. Why not have a look at our menu under the Accommodation tab at the top of the page. Alternatively, if you have any dietary concerns, please contact us to discuss further. Find out more about our breakfasts. You can also enjoy afternoon tea at Dalgreine Guesthouse – view our menu.
We have four double bedrooms; three ensuite and one that has exclusive use of a private bathroom. Two of our doubles can be reconfigured to twin beds. Find out more about our accommodation and room rates
Dalgreine is situated in the small village of Blair Atholl/Bridge of Tilt just seven miles north of Pitlochry, two miles off from the A9 and within the Cairngorm National Park. The easy access to the A9 allows travel further afield such as Aviemore, Loch Ness, Fort William and, of course, Pitlochry. Blair Atholl also has a train station with routes to Pitlochry, Perth, Edinburgh and Inverness.
More specific directions on how to reach us can be found by clicking on the Location button at the top of the page. Find out more about our location and how to get here
The area is renowned for its outdoor activities and pursuits including, white water rafting, mountain and road biking, walking and golfing to name just a few. We also have the ability to store bikes and golf clubs for anyone needing it.
There are a number of castles within easy reach by car including Blair Castle, Scone Palace, Castle Menzies and Balhousie Castle, which houses the Black Watch Museum. Additionally, the area has a number of Whisky Distilleries for those who wish to undertake a tour and sample a wee dram. Please see our Things To Do section for a more detailed diary of events.