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Blairgowrie Hotels and Guest Houses

Ericht Holiday Lodges
Ericht Holiday Lodges, Balmoral Road, Rattray, Blairgowrie, PH10 7AH
   +44 (0)1250 872106
Single from: £278.30
Double from: £278.30
per room per night
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The Angus Hotel & Spa
Wellmeadow, Blairgowrie, PH10 6NQ
   +44 (0)1250 872455
Single from: £34.80
Double from: £113.60
per room per night
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Bridge of Cally Hotel
Bridge of Cally, Blairgowrie, PH10 7JJ
   +44 (0)1250 886231
Single from: £103.50
Double from: £139.00
per room per night
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Kinloch House Hotel
By Blairgowrie, Blairgowrie, PH10 6SD
   +44 (0)1250 884237
Single from: £200.00
per room per night
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The Old Cross Inn
Alyth road Rattray Blairgowrie, Blairgowrie, PH10 7DY
   +44 (0)1250 875502
Single from: £65.00
per room per night
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Blairgowrie Perth and Kinross is a riverside town that sets hiding between the valleys, rivers and hills of Scotland. The town's population is estimated to be 7965. It is a well known passing point for tourist and skiers.

Blairgowrie has been lovingly called by local residents the "Berry Capital of Scotland" because it is a huge gathering place for the fruit pickers that migrate there each year to pick the abundance of strawberries, raspberries and blueberries that the area is known for.

In the 19th century a marvelous historical library called Kindrogan House. The library also is the home of Field Studies Centre where lectures are given daily. The Centre meets the utmost levels of educational quality because it is run by the local Field Studies Council. The Centre also gives tours of the River Ardle and Kindrogan Woods for the purposes of field studies. The Centre has accommodations for the students and visitors alike. There are bunk beds, single and twin rooms.

There seems to be an unlimited supply of activities in Blairgowrie including fishing, yachting, walking and cycling. There are gorgeous nature trails along the Strathmore Valley and the River Ericht. Every September they host a walking festival. A favorite local past time is bird watching because of the various lochs between Dunkeld and Blairgowrie. The Blairgowrie Golf Club is sure to impress even the season golfer. Created in 1889, the club has two eighteen hole course as well as a nineteen whole course.

During the 1900s tourism became greater because of the increase in travelers to the Glenshee ski area.

Tourism started to take off in the 1900s as more visitors traveled to the nearby Glenshee ski area. One very interesting site that the town has to offer is the placement of a fish ladder on the river bed to assist the salmon in there migrations when water levels are low. When coming to Blairgowrie from the way of Perth you will get to enjoy the Meikleour Beech Hedge that is over 100 ft. high and is supposed to be the tallest hedge in the world.

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We hope you find suitable Blairgowrie accommodation. You can book cheap hotels, guest houses or Blairgowrie bed and breakfasts from the list above. Enjoy your stay in Blairgowrie hotels.

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