Fishersview Court consists of 39 one and two bedroom Later Living apartments, situated in bustling town of Pitlochry, lying on the River Tummel.
Fisherview Court, McCarthy & Stone’s first development in Pitlochry is set within the former grounds of the Fishers Hotel. The development is ideally located close to the town centre and has good local transport links.
Why choose a Retirement Living apartment?
Think of a lifestyle stripped of all those annoying time-consuming chores. That’s McCarthy & Stone Retirement Living. With Retirement Living you can enjoy your independence in an environment that offers companionship, privacy and security. There are facilities like the Homeowners' Lounge to socialise with other homeowners and your own high quality, purpose-built apartment which is your own private space. And when you have your friends or relatives over, there’s our convenient guest accommodation.
All our developments feature a 24 hour state-of-the-art security system and are run by a dedicated House Manager, so complete peace-of-mind is guaranteed. The external maintenance, gardening and landscaping is taken care of. It’s much more than a retirement apartment - it really is life made easy.
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Just off the A9, Pitlochry is the jewel in the crown of Highland Perthshire. Queen Victoria’s visit to the area in 1842 helped seal its fate as one of the most popular tourist attractions in Scotland, and it’s not difficult to see why. Set amid spectacular scenery on the banks of the River Tummel and in the shadow of Ben Vrackie Pitlochry offers a multitude of attractions and activities to appeal to locals and visitors alike.
One event to put in your calendar if you live in the area is the Pitlochry Highland Games, which is an annual tradition in the town, dating back to 1852.
Local shops include a post office, newsagents, convenience store, a bakery, banks, pharmacy and various other local boutiques. The supermarket is also just a short distance away. The railway station is located just across the street from Fishersview Court, and is on the main line between Inverness and Edinburgh/Glasgow.