Built originally as part of the Atholl Estate some 350 years ago, East Haugh House was lovingly converted into a personally run country house hotel in 1989 by the McGown family.
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East Haugh Hotel & Restaurant

The beautiful 17th century turreted stone house boasts twelve individually designed bedrooms, including three deluxe four-poster rooms (one with its own fireplace) with jacuzzi baths. There is also a Victorian private gate lodge within the grounds of the hotel which can be taken on a self-catering or dinner, bed and breakfast basis.  

Found just off the old A9 road, the hotel is perfectly situated for guests to enjoy beautiful woodland walks and riverside rambles or to have a leisurely browse around the shops and cafes of picturesque Pitlochry. There are plenty of things to see and do in Pitlochry.

Their award-winning Chef Patron, Neil McGown, leads a team of talented chefs who have a real passion for producing the most delicious food. All ingredients are locally sourced where possible and everything is freshly cooked to order. Our 'Two Sisters' restaurant is recommended in the UK's Michelin Guide 2015.

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