Pitlochry Flower Shop

Florist Pitlochry

Williamson Design Florist
54 Atholl Road
Pitlochry
Perthshire
PH16 5BL

Tel. No. 01796 472694
Fax No. 01506 811080
Email pitlochry@myflorist.co.uk

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Opening Hours:
Monday – Saturday 9.30am - 5pm

 

Nestled in the centre of Pitlochry in the Heart of Highland Perthshire, the home of our Retail Operations Director Carol Williamson, Williamson Design Florist has been delivering outstanding service and floral gifts to Highland Perthshire for over 16 years.

The flower shop is situated on the busy main street of Pitlochry has traded as a flower shop for over 60 years and is well established in the local community.

A speciality of this shop is the spectacular wedding design business built up over the years with some of the most magnificent wedding venues to be found in Scotland.

Flower delivery Pitlochry from your local florist in Pitlochry

Our flower delivery Pitlochry is a safe and delivers your flowers with care when you need them. The flowers delivered by Williamson's Pitlochry flower shop meet a very high standards of quality and we take care to ensure every flower delivery is both fresh and beautiful. Flowers delivered by Williamson's florist in Pitlochry are always carefully arranged and delivered by our own flower delivery vans with care and not by couriers, we want our customers to know their order is important to us and at Williamson Design Florist we want to make ordering flowers simple, with a straightforward online flower ordering process with same day and next day delivery of flowers and plants available.

Choose Williamson's florist in Pitlochry and you’ll never have to worry about your order arriving. Send flowers in Pitlochry and Williamson's shall take care to create your floral bouquet exactly as you ordered, delivered from our local Pitlochry flower shop on Atholl Road. When you want to send flowers in Pitlochry, send them through Williamsons Florist in Pitlochry for a reliable and prompt service. We know as a long established florist in the town that fresh flowers make the most beautiful bouquets and that’s why you’ll find only the best selection of fresh flowers and plants in our Pitlochry flower shop.

Our Team are always available to help you with any floral requirements you have, whether as a visitor to the Heart of Highland Perthshire or as a loyal local customer.

Our delivery area from this branch takes in Pitlochry, Blair Atholl, Dalwhinnie, Loch Tummel, Loch Rannoch, Aberfeldy, Killin, Dunkeld and Birnam as well as the many rural areas surrounding these towns and villages.

Pitlochry is situated in the heart of the stunning Highland Perthshire. The town below Beinn Bhracaigh the speckled mountain beside the River Tummel is set in some of the most magnificent scenery in Scotland. Famous as a holiday resort, rich in heritage, Pitlochry started as a smaller neighbour to the older settlement at Moulin situated at the top of the hill. From there roads led across the present day Golf Course to Killiecrankie and Blair Atholl and down the hill to the ferry crossing at Port na Craig. The ferry was the only way to cross the River Tummel and it was still in operation on Empire Day in 1912.

The development of the town began in the 18th century, when General Wade’s Great North Road – built to allow military access to the Highlands- was routed through Pitlochry rather than Moulin. New inns were built to cater for travellers and the transformation of the town was completed by the arrival of the Highland Main Line Railway on June 1st 1863. Queen Victoria visited the area several times, following which it quickly developed into a popular holiday destination, famous visitors included William Ewart Gladstone, Professor J S Blackie, Robert Louis Stevenson and Mr Holdsworth Lunn ( whose family went on to found Lunn Poly).
Pitlochry today is a bustling tourist town and has been welcoming visitors for over 170 years. The name comes from the Gaelic “Pit Cloich Aire”, meaning “place of the Sentinel Stone” and it was originally a Pictish settlement. Two Sentinel stones survive today, one in the grounds of Tigh na Cloich and the other in the garden at Northlands. The whole area is rich in standing stones, stone circles and ancient sites, the most famous being the magnificently carved Dunfallandy Stone which dates back 1,200 years.
Pitlochry is justifiably proud of its Victorian heritage and tourism traditions, and offers visitors much to enjoy. It is the ideal holiday destination for those who love Scotland’s hills and heritage, while its central position and easy accessibility by road, rail and bus, make it a perfect touring base for visiting Scotland’s other delights, in all four seasons there are more reasons to visit Pitlochry. http://www.pitlochry.org/about/history.htm

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