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"We could not have had a more enjoyable visit! David and Hazel were wonderful. This cottage was the perfect place to experience Scotland. Hope to be back soon!"

"Thank you for your hospitality and kindness (at such short notice)!! We loved this cottage. Hope to see you soon."

"I've had a wonderful time yet again. What a fantastic retreat. Thank you Hazel and see you next year."

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activities

Activities

"There is so much to do in the surrounding area. There is a lovely 1/2 hour walk around the steading and farm fields. We have listed just a few of the activities available below." 

Click here to view the Visit East Perthshire local area guide

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Golf

There are 41 golf courses in Perthshire alone with many more slightly further afield including Carnoustie and St. Andrews. Closer to Blairgowrie we have 5 great courses within a few miles of the Farm.

Alyth Glenisla Alyth - Strathmore Rannaleroch Blairgowrie - Rosemount
Ferntower - Crieff Culcrieff Golf Course Dunkeld & Birnam Perth - King James VI (Island)
Scottish Mixed Foursomes Muckhart Perth - Craigie Hill Perth - Murrayshall
Perth - North Inch Pitlochry Aberfeldy  
Blairgowrie - Lansdowne Gleneagles Gleneagles - PGA Centenary Gleneagles - Queen's
 
 
 
 

Walking

There is plenty of walking in the Perthshire area and the 56 mile circular Cateran Trail is within half a mile of the cottages.

Pass of Killiecrankie Blairgowrie & District Hillwalking Club
Banks of Ericht The Hermitage - Dunkeld
Den of Alyth Cateran Trail
Loch of the Lowes Mount Blair - Glenshee
Hill of Alyth Kindrogan Hill Trail
Birks of Aberfeldy Ben Gulabin - Glenshee
 
 
 
 

Activities

Outdoor

Nae Limits
Offers huge diversity of activities such as canyoning, white water rafting, mountainbiking, cliff jumping, abseiling, Quad biking and many more.
Highland Fling Bungee The UK’s first static bungee jumps take place near to the famous site of the Battle of Killiecrankie.
Sphere Mania Perth Zorbing/Sphereing down hills.

Children
There are lots of activities in Perthshire that you and your children will enjoy.

Active Kids Adventure Park Offers an outside adventure park and an indoor soft play area, as well as a coffee shop and a toy shop.
Perth Leisure Pool One of Scotlands most popular aquatic attractions, complete with flumes, fun feature and an outdoor lagoon.
Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre Wildlife centre with 70 different species of animal. Activities for all ages indoors and out with covered walkways to keep you dry round the main pens in every weather.
Crannog Centre Award-winning centre dedicated to ancient loch-dwelling as found throughout Scotland and Ireland dating from 5,000 years ago. A visit to the Centre includes a self-guided exhibition, a guided crannog tour, and ancient crafts and technology demonstrations.
Noah's Arc Soft play, ceramics, indoor karting, bowling and more for the whole family.

Arts and Culture

Pitlochry Festival Theatre The 'Theatre in the Hills' has an international reputation for the high quality and scale of its productions, drawing over 100,000 visitors from through the UK and abroad every year. Magnificent setting on the banks of the Tummel River, surrounded by the spectacular hills and mountains of Highland Perthshire.
Birnam Arts Centre Theatre, music, comedy, workshops, art exhibitions, conferences, community events, and much more including a Beatrix Potter exhibition and a cafe.
Perth Museum and Art Gallery One of the oldest museums in the UK with more than half a million objects, covering history, natural history and art.
Perth Concert Hall Scotland's newest concert hall: it opened in 2005. Busy year-round programme of concerts, comedy, dance, musicals, contemporary art, film, talks and arts workshops.
 
 
 
 

Places of Interest

Castles and Historic Sites

Scone Palace Once the crowning place of the Kings of Scots and the rightful home of the celebrated Stone of Scone - also known as the Stone of Destiny. Scone Palace is regarded as a national treasure and is revered as the historic jewel in the crown of Scotland.
Blair Castle The ancient seat of the Dukes and Earls of Atholl in one of Scotland’s finest settings in the heart of Highland Perthshire. Visitors can enjoy a tour of 30 rooms and the fascinating collections they contain as well as the beautiful gardens.
Glamis Castle Ancestral home of the Earls of Strathmore for over 600 years, famed as being the childhood home of the Queen Mother and the setting for Shakespeare's 'Macbeth'. As well as tours of the castle and garden visits a full programme of events throughout the year is offered.
Elcho Castle Handsome and remarkably complete 16th century fortified mansion with three projecting towers, attractively situated beside the ‘silvery Tay’.
Loch Leven Castle It was here in 1567 that Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned and forced to abdicate before her dramatic escape a year later. Visitors can follow in the footsteps of Robert Bruce and Mary Queen of Scots as they cross the loch to the island.
Huntingtower Castle Two fine and complete tower houses. Despite alterations in the later 17th century, Huntingtower retains real treasures from its medieval past, including one of the oldest painted ceilings surviving in Scotland, and exquisite fragments of wall frescoes.
The Black Watch Castle and Museum Scotland's Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) is an elite military regiment whose history stretches back almost three centuries. Located in Perth, the Castle & Museum offers an insight into one of the British Army's if not the world's most famous fighting units.
Stanley Mills New hi-tech interactive visitor experience at a spectacular 18th-century water mill complex beside the River Tay. It includes one of the oldest surviving factories in the world, which remains largely unchanged.

Gardens and Wildlife

Drummond Gardens Drummond has all the characteristics of a courtly, 17th century Scottish Renaissance garden and is said to be one of the finest formal gardens in Europe.
Perthshire Gardens Online guide to Scotland´s wide range of gardens: from small, privately-owned gardens full of specialist plants and flowers, to sumptuous, formal gardens in the grounds of stately homes.
Loch of the Lowes Visitor Centre and Wildlife Reserve Wildlife reserve near Dunkeld. From early April to late August, the star attraction is a pair of breeding ospreys, which nest just 150 metres from the observation hide.

Distilleries and more

The Famous Grouse Experience Scotland´s oldest distillery with origins among the smugglers and illicit stills of the 18th Century.
Blair Athol Distillery Stands at the gateway to the Scottish Highlands in the town of Pitlochry. Established in 1798, Blair Athol is one of the oldest working distilleries in Scotland.
Edradour The smallest distillery in Scotland, also the last original 'farm' distillery in Perthshire, located in the hills above Pitlochry in the Southern Highlands.
Cairn O´Mohr Fruit Winery Award-winning Scottish fruit wines made from berries, flowers and leaves that grow on the Cairn O´Mohr Farm.

Around Perthshire

Angus Folk Museum Domestic section housed in six charming 18th-century cottages in Kirk Wynd, whereas the agricultural collection in the farm steading opposite illustrates changes in the Angus countryside in the last 200 years.
J M Barrie's Birthplace The creator of Peter Pan was born here in 1860. The house next door is home to an imaginative exhibition about Barrie's life and works, as well as a garden with a living-willow crocodile.
Barry Mill Picturesque 19th-century working mill with milling demonstrations, an exhibition and a walkway alongside the mill lade.
House of Dun and Montrose Basin Nature Reserve Beautiful Georgian house, overlooking Montrose Basin. The house features superb plasterwork, a particular and memorable feature. Outside there are attractive walled garden and woodland walks.
Kirriemuir Camera Obscura One of only three in the country, the camera obscura was gifted to the town by J M Barrie. Sited in the cricket pavilion on Kirrie Hill, it commands superb views.
 
 
 
 

Fishing

Contact Kate Fleming, Shooting & Fishing

www.katefleming.demon.co.uk