- The Barley Bree - Muthill
The Barley BreeBarley Bree is the perfect place to stop for lunch on a day out from Edinburgh or Glasgow. Enjoy a meal by the wood burning stove in winter or on our sunny terrace in summer. Should you feel inclined, stay over in one of our comfortable rooms and enjoy a truly memorable dinner in the relaxed atmosphere of our old coaching inn. We serve good seasonal food with a great selection of wine.
- The Deils Cauldron - Comrie
The Deils CauldronWhen Katy and Brian took over The Deil’s Cauldron October 2002, they enjoyed success right from the outstart. The welcoming atmosphere of the restaurant is savoured by both tourists and locals alike. Come and enjoy our finest quality food, on offer in a friendly and charming atmosphere of rough stone walls, glowing fires, low ceilings, and subtleexterior picture of retaurantlighting, ensuring a wonderful dining experience in this 18th Century Cottage.
- Killin Highland Self Catering Lodges - Killin
Killin Highland Self Catering Lodges - KillinOur ten Perthshire holiday cottages are situated on peaceful wooded hillside overlooking Killin Golf Course and there are scenic views to the hills on the south side of Loch Tay.
- Leven House Hotel - Crieff
leven House Hotel - Crieff
The Leven House Hotel is a very comfortable bed and breakfast in the heart of the Perthshire countryside. Our large lounge provides a stunning view of Crieff and the surrounding countryside, from Turleum Hill in the south to Glen Turret in the north.
Every room is en suite or has its own private facilities, colour TV and tea and coffee tray. The dining room is on the ground floor and affords individual tables for each room in the hotel. A large and varied selection of foods is available from our breakfast menu, which should suit individual requirements.
- Galvelmore House Bed & Breakfast - Crieff
Galvelmore House Bed & Breakfast - Crieff
Galvelmore offers very comfortable B&B accommodation in large and spacious rooms of Victorian grandeur, with bathroom facilities. Gourmet evening meals are available if required, using local Scottish ingredients - the food is superb.
Welcome to Galvelmore House Bed and Breakfast, our delightful Scottish home, conveniently located in the centre of Scotland in the small market town of Crieff in Perthshire. Galvelmore Bed and breakfast is an ideal base for your Scottish holiday.
- Loch Monzievaird Self Catering - Crieff
Loch Monzievaird Self Catering - Crieff
Loch Monzievaird offers great accommodation in surroundings full of natural beauty and interest. This area of Highland Perthshire abounds with wildlife and activities, and it is also a convenient centre from which to tour other parts of Scotland.
- The Four Seasons Hotel - St Fillans
The Four SeasonsThe most spectacular lochside setting. Award wining fine Dining Restaurant or informal Bistro both offering imaginative cuisine using only the finest fresh Scottish Produce. Central for many day trips, great walking, golf and much much more. Individually decorated bedrooms, and secluded hillside chalets many with lochview.
- Yann's - Crieff
Yann's - CrieffYann's at Glenearn House is a family-owned business with Yannick and Shari Grospellier as your hosts. Glenearn is a large Victorian house in the picturesque town of Crieff in Perthshire. It has recently been refurbished and now features a restaurant with rooms with a great relaxed atmosphere where you can eat, drink and sleep and even learn to cook!
- Harrisons Fine Wines - Crieff
Harrisons Fine WinesHarrisons Fine Wines first opened its doors in November 2003. The first fine wine retailer in Crieff, it was for owners Simon and Sue Harrison a natural extension of their virtual store, Winestore.co.uk.
- Scottish Sweets from Gordon and Durwood - Crieff
Gordon and DurwoodEverything for those with a sweet tooth, particularly if you have a liking for Scottish sweeties. Traditional Scottish Tablet, Fudge, Macaroon and our famous Sugar Mice are all made on the premises, and you can watch our sweetie factory hard at work from behind the glass partition in the shop.
- The Nutcracker Christmas Shop - Crieff
The Nutcracker Christmas ShopA family owned business, The Nutcracker, owned by Robert Newman, has been in Crieff High Street for some seven years. However, the opening of the Nutcracker Christmas Village at Muthill Road in Crieff will be the UK’s largest, permanent, dedicated Christmas shop.
- Affordable Art Fair - October - Battersea Park, London
The Affordable Art FairThe Affordable Art Fair is the leading showcase in the UK for contemporary art under £3,000. The Fair was launched in London in 1999 and now takes place biannually in London and annually in Bristol, Amsterdam, Paris and New York with affiliate Fairs in Sydney and Melbourne.
- Caledonian Seaplanes - Loch Earn
Caledonian SeaplanesCome and experience the real freedom of float plane flying... For a number of years we have been operating a Piper Super Cub, which has become a familiar and well-loved sight around the lochs of Scotland. Totally spoil yourself – informal and fun – the experience of a lifetime amidst magnificent scenery.
- Drummond Trout Farm - Loch Earn
Drummond Trout FarmThe Drummond Trout farm is based at the West end of Loch Earn and operates boat hire facilties and offers fishing permits, fishing supplies and is a Caravan Club certified pitchen.
- Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design - Dundee
Duncan of Jordanstone CollegeDuncan of Jordanstone is one of the few art and design institutions in the UK that is part of a world class University, renowned for its pioneering research and creative practice. This commitment to excellence infuses all that we do. The College believes that teaching and learning is led by research, which explains why it employs so many practitioners in art and design who are engaged in world class research. New knowledge, ideas and innovation in media and techniques flows from this research into the teaching environment.
- Drovers Tryst - Crieff
Drovers TrystCrieff and Strathearn Drovers’ Tryst annually celebrates the life, work and play of the people who made Crieff the crossroads of Scotland in the 1700s. This innovative festival seeks to recreate the atmosphere of the droving days - without the inconvenience of 30,000 cattle!