The village of Blair Atholl is one of the last Perthshire outposts before going north through the Grampians at the Drumochter Pass. It is popular for holidays, hill-walking, hunting and fishing. Blair Atholl Mill in the village centre is a rebuilt corn mill where you can follow the various stages of the process. The Atholl Country Collection in the old school house gives a good insight into this area's past. The museum exhibits tools and implements made by blacksmiths and wheelwrights from several periods of the region's antiquity.

Blair Atholl

Blair Castle is one of the most popular visitor attractions in Scotland. And About 4 miles (6km) north of Blair Atholl and positioned just off the A9, is the House of Bruar, a new visitor centre which incorporates a Clan Museum and Wild Flower Garden Centre. It also provides a Scottish retail outlet par excellence. Here you can purchase almost all your gifts and Highland country wear at one stop. There is a magnificent Food Hall, Tartan and Tweed Hall, Cashmere Room and Countrywear Shop as well as many assorted gifts of a uniquely Scottish flavour.

Our recommended places to stay in or near Blair Atholl include:

What Makes Perthshire Great!

Spectacular Big Tree Country

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The 'Fair City' of Perth

Taking in the region's breathtaking variety, from its serene glens and endless expanses of lush forest, to its bleakly beautiful moors, rushing rivers and tumbling waterfalls, it's impossible to argue with Sir Walter Scott. Perthshire's scenery is truly awe-inspiring.