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Perthshire is renowned for its glorious scenery of mountains and lochs

and for climbers or walkers there is the chance to tackle demanding Munros (mountains of over 3,000 feet) like Ben More and Schiehallion. Close by are famous and testing golf courses such as Gleneagles, Crieff and Dunkeld. Perth, just 2 miles away, has excellent leisure facilities and shops, ice rink and a large swimming pool complex with flumes. Pitlochry with its famous fish ladder and theatre, Glenshee, Braemar and  St Andrews are all within an hour's easy drive.

In Perthshire there is sailing, lots of craft shops, skiing, water-skiing, fine dining, distillery tours, antique shops - in fact you will have to return to see and do it all!

Below is a small selection of local attractions for your enjoyment.

Our forests, woods and country gardens offer an unrivalled assortment of glorious greenery - and all within easy reach. Just a short trip can take you to Europe's oldest tree, the world's highest hedge, Britain's tallest tree, the sole survivor from Shakespeare's 'Birnam Wood' .........the list goes on and on.
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Scone is a place that breathes history like nowhere else in Scotland. Today, in the 21st century, it is the home of the Earls of Mansfield, and a major attraction to visitors from all over the world. Fifteen hundred years ago, it was the capital of the Pictish kingdom and the centre of the ancient Celtic church. In the intervening centuries, it has been the seat of parliaments and the crowning place of Kings. It has housed the Stone of Destiny and been immortalised in Shakespeare's Macbeth.
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Whatever you look for in a holiday, short break or day out you can be sure that you will find it in Perthshire - 2000 square miles of spectacular landscapes, crystal and cool clear waters, beautiful towns and villages, and a wealth of attractions and activities in the very heart of Scotland.
A guide to Perthshire and its county town, Perth
This site guides you to Perthshire's better-known gardens
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Holiday Lettings

Welcome to the Perthshire bedroom folder

Central Scotland Public Transport

Perth races, the UK's northernmost race course plus Polo

The independent golfer

Hotels in Perthshire

Scottish Hillwalking website

Walking in Perthshire

Activity Holidays in Scotland

Car hire in Scotland

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The very tall fir

The 42 metre Pacific silver fir,
Abies magnifica,
now 157 years old


From the Guestbook….

"A lucky find, a beautiful place with much history. If you're planning a car journey, ask Syd; you wont  be disappointed. Hope to return for longer next time. PS Your double bed is the comfiest in the world: shame it didn't fit into the car!"

Tanya Wright, Nuneaton
Dave Stewart, Edinburgh