We are delighted to announce that the Green Park’s latest ‘sitootery’ is up and running. ‘Sitootery’ translates most closely to the English noun ‘viewpoint’ – “a place from where a person can look at something, especially at an area of natural beauty”. A very apt description, taking into account its lochside vista.
Adding to the effect is a recently arrived family of sculptured metal deer. Created by Simon Hempsell, his design was inspired by watching deer on a summers evening at the end of his garden in Chichester. You can now do the same in Pitlochry, whatever the season.
The Green Park hotel in Pitlochry is a long established and very popular family run hotel, in Highland Perthshire.
The hotel is to be found on the western outskirts of Pitlochry, a small town of two to three thousand, which lies within the southern edge of Highland Scotland.
The Green Park hotel is one of Pitlochry's best known landmarks, enjoying unrivalled views over Loch Faskally from its lochside position; truly one of Pitlochry's best locations. Set in three acres at the 'Inverness' end of Pitlochry, the Green Park is within strolling distance of the shops and a pleasant walk from the Pitlochry Festival Theatre.
The hotel is spacious and full of light. The public rooms are well appointed and restful. The bedrooms are neat and attractive; all have private bathrooms, colour televisions, tea/coffee making facilities, hair dryer, electric blankets, and direct dial telephones.
Sixteen of the hotels bedrooms are on the ground floor level. In response to public demand, the hotel has been non-smoking since 1996. The Green Park hotel has a full hotel licence, and wines and refreshments are on call at all reasonable times. Pets are welcome by arrangement.
The Green Park hotel is run by two generations of the McMenemie family - John, Mary, Alistair and Diane - in a manner suitable to the character of the house and its setting. It functions with quiet taste and style as a friendly country house hotel, where full attention is directed to the requirements of our guests.
Good food is an essential part of any holiday, and the hotel's fare is an integral part of the style of the Green Park. We are proud of our table, where dishes and menus are prepared with the accent very much on fresh local produce.
The Green Park hotel is an ideal base for touring Perthshire and the Southern Highlands, and information can be supplied by our reception at any time of the day.
"Thank you for your interest in what we have to offer, here, at the Green Park Hotel. Our emphasis is on creating a friendly and comfortable base from which guests can enjoy their holiday, whether it is a short weekend break or an extended vacation. Please do not hesiate to contact us should you require further information, or wish to check the availability of dates. We look forward to welcoming you to Pitlochry and the Green Park hotel."Best regards, Alistair McMenemie For the McMenemie Family
Here the bedrooms are on three floors. Three bedrooms are on the ground floor ( rooms 1 - 3 ). Eighteen bedrooms are the first floor ( rooms 4 - 40 ), and four bedrooms are on the second floor ( rooms 21 - 24 ).
The four bedrooms on the second floor have balconies, each with room for two 'deck' chairs and a table. The bedrooms on the second floor can be reached by stairs from the first floor, or directly by using the Garden Wing lift.
Here the bedrooms are on two floors, each with seven bedrooms. Rooms 32 - 38 are on the ground floor, while rooms 25 - 31 are on the first floor. Looking out from the dining room towards Loch Faskally, the Garden Wing is to the left hand side.
Here the bedrooms are on two floors, each with six bedrooms. Rooms 50 - 55 are on the first floor, while rooms 56 - 61 are on the ground floor. If you imagine that you are arriving at the hotel's reception, then the Tower Wing is to your left hand side.