Situated in a prominent position on the main thoroughfare of the charming town of Pitlochry is The Auld Smiddy Inn, a wonderfully warm and welcoming traditional Pub/Restaurant. The Auld Smiddy is located on an enviable corner site, close to the town centre, in the former blacksmiths forge that has been completely refurbished whilst maintaining the original charm. With up to 100 covers inside The Smiddy has an excellent reputation for quality traditional food, fine wines, traditional ales, and a great selection of malt whiskies. In addition, The Inn has an extremely popular south facing beer garden with approximately 32 covers along with a courtyard area seating around 10. It also benefits from 2-bedroom owners flat above the premises and a designated customer car park.
The Auld Smiddy Inn is in one of the most scenic locations in the centre of Scotland. Set by the main road entering Pitlochry from the North the Inn has private gardens and is located close to the town centre of Pitlochry which has many amenities. Pitlochry is a small traditional town that boasts an extensive tourist trade and hospitality sector offering a wide range of activities and entertainment to both locals and visitors. It is busy all year round.
Highland Perthshire provides an abundance of recreational activities with opportunities to explore surrounding mountains, glens, forests, lochs, and rivers. The area is also home to the Pitlochry Festival Theatre, the world-renowned Highland Games, and the exceptional Enchanted Forest. The town is located just off the A9 and is extremely well serviced with good main road and rail networks providing links to Perth (26 miles), Edinburgh (70 miles), Glasgow (83 miles) and Inverness (86 Miles) and their respective airports.