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Queen's View

Pitlochry, Scotland
+44 1350 727284
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“loch tummel” (97 reviews)
“car park” (152 reviews)
Pitlochry, Scotland
+44 1350 727284
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Breathtaking! A wonderful way to take in the Scottish countryside. Be prepared to hike any number of trails that will make you appreciate the serenity and pastoral qualities of this little bit of Scotland!

Thank Elizabeth155004
Reviewed yesterday

The views from Queen's View are simply breathtaking. A short drive from the quaint town of Pitlochry will take you to one of the finest views in all of Scotland

Thank owahammer
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Beautiful spot and would have been worth taking additional time to walk or hike along the trail taking a picnic lunch. Not busy at all and the air was crisp and clean. Go in a sunny day only.

Thank Kerrie N
Reviewed 3 days ago

You must go there, views are absolutely stunning. Most magnificent view we've ever seen. Good visitor centre, shop and cafe too. Take care on the road to get there, bit narrow with lots of bends.

Thank Mitches
Reviewed 3 days ago

From the viewpoint you get nice views over the lake, there' also a not so difficult walk but viewpoints to the lake are limited and not offering a good view. Best view is from the viewpoint itself.

Thank ChrisV1962
Reviewed 3 days ago

Stop and view the gorgeous scenery here. We were there when it was raining and it was still spectacular.

Thank Liz_Stelz
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Just fantastic! It is worth the drive. Great view and you can even see the Glen Coe mountains, if the weather allows it of course.

Thank Luisa K
Reviewed 4 days ago

Beautiful view looking down the loch ,having a camera a must ,roughly seven miles from the Tummel Valley holiday park.

Thank charlesmilligan28
Reviewed 4 days ago

Well worth the $2 parking fee. A very short walk to one of the prettiest views in all of Scotland! Also, available at the stop is a nice café with food & drinks and a toilet.

Thank alihathaway24
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

The title says it all really; Queen's view provided us with a superb hour (ish) walk for the dog (off the lead), some excellent cake and a photo opportunity. You could easily spend more than a couple of hours here if you want to just...More

Thank Chris W
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Sophie S
11 December 2016|
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Response from Diana S | Reviewed this property |
Not sure, but dogs seemed to be welcome in a lot of spots.
2 August 2016|
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Response from Joseph R | Reviewed this property |
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Amanda M
23 July 2016|
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Response from lojosang | Reviewed this property |
The car park was not gated last summer. I'd actually recommend visiting after closing hours to enjoy the view rather than the busloads of people.