Special Events

Celebrations

With accommodation and celebration space rolled into one, the Atholl Centre is a great place for family gatherings, special birthdays and anniversaries.

"We recently held a family celebration (ages ranging from 8 weeks to 90 years) in Pitlochry, for which we needed: a function room with afternoon tea, bed and breakfast accommodation and a self catering flat. The Atholl Centre was able to provide everything, with the added bonus of wheelchair access and good car parking. The rooms are beautifully clean and comfortable, the flat spacious and well equipped. Their catering has a good reputation – certainly our afternoon tea was lovely (home made cakes and hot savouries as well as sandwiches, scones etc). And Iain, the manager, and his staff were really friendly, welcoming and helpful; nothing was too much trouble." Lancashire Family writing on TripAdvisor

50th Anniversary

50th Anniversary 50th Anniversary

Special Birthday

Special Birthday Special Birthday

Wedding Buffet

Wedding Buffet Wedding Buffet
Wedding Buffet Wedding Buffet

Events

Etape Caledonia Cycle Challenge, supporting MacMillan Cancer Care

Registration of cyclists Physiotherapy & showers also available here
Registration of cyclists Physiotherapy & showers also available here
Charity stalls encouraging sponsorship pstairs we have the control and emergency centre
Charity stalls encouraging sponsorship Upstairs we have the control and emergency centre
Etape Caledonia Etape Caledonia
The motor marshals supervising the course sleep at the Centre too All this allows the race to take place successfully.
Etape Caledonia Etape Caledonia

Atholl Centre Open Day promoting Energy Saving Measures

Energy Saving Energy Saving
Stall from the Energy Savings Trust and going green with plants and children’s crafts. Story board about the installation of our new wood pellet boiler & solar panels
Energy Saving Energy Saving
Cutting the tape Watching Okofen’s video about their eco friendly boilers
Energy Saving
Display and promotional materials from the Forestry Commission

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