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Holiday in Blair Gowrie

Hi would welcome some feedback from locals in the area and around Blair Gowrie or who have visited. Planning a trip for a group, some may be wheelchair bound. Days out, evening entertainment etc. Planning to be in the area for a week in September. Looking forward to chatting :-)


  • VisitScotlandMurielVisitScotlandMuriel Member, Moderator, VisitScotland Staff
    Hi @Charmed8
    I suggest you get in touch with the icentre in Blairgowrie as they will be very knowledgeable about the area and will be able to give you specific advice - email: [email protected] or tel: 01250 872960. Also, have you had a look at VisitScotland's web page on Blairgowrie
  • cdrackcdrack Member ✭✭
    Hi @Charmed8
    I have visited Dunkeld Cathedral which has level access and you can also take the Bishops walk which is  among some amazing Douglas fir, yew and larch trees.
  • Charmed8Charmed8 Member
    Thank you so much cdrack for sharing this information I will have a look. Have a great day.
  • Charmed8Charmed8 Member
    Thank you VisitScotlandMuriel for your advice I will certainly follow up with this. It is much appreciated.
  • FofomaFofoma Member ✭✭✭
    @Charmed8 I believe the brand new Pitlochry Dam Visitor Centre is well set up for disabled visitors - it's about 40 minutes by road from Blairgowrie. Pitlochry is a nice wee town with a good selection of shops and cafes.
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