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Crieff and the area offer a wide range for the visitor. If your interests lie in literature, art, theatre or history, hill walking, fishing or golf or day to day sightseeing, Crieff can offer you access to many pursuits. There are a handful of good restaurants close to the cottage including Yanns, Delivino, the Lounge and the Royal Hotel and Deil's Cauldron in Comrie and Andrew Fairlie's at Gleneagles Hotel. Interesting places to visit in Crieff include:

Famous Grouse experience. This takes place in the Glenturret Distillery which is 1.5 miles away.

Crieff Visitor Centre

  1. 3.Crieff Hydro. Spa, activities, riding
  2. 4.Caithness Glass
  3. 5.Waterford and Stuart crystal
  4. 6.Drummond Castle Gardens
  5. 7.Shopping – bespoke individual shops including Gordon & Durwards Sweet shop
  6. 8.Walks. There are many walks around Crieff including St Mary's Walk, the Knock. The Grampian and Ochil hills are nearby.
  7. 9.Strathern Picture Gallery




Five golf courses within 20 mile radius which includes Gleneagles. St Andrews is further away

Mountain Biking and camping at Comrie Croft

Auchingarrich Wildlife Park at Comrie (includes fishing)

Loch Earn, Loch Tay, Kenmore and Killin

Picturesque village of Comrie

Aberfeldy, Dunkeld, Pitlochry (including the spectacular Queens View and Festive Theatre), Blair Atholl, House of Bruar, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow (both 1 hour away).

Fishing. Permits can be purchased from the Crieff Tourist Information. Also in the area is Orchill Coarse and trout Fishery

Falconry at Easterton Farm

Gleneagles Hotel (including spa, children’s activities, riding)

Theatres, concert hall and cinema in Perth and cinema in Stirling