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Crieff

Crieff

An idyllic market town, located amidst the magnificent scenery of Perth and Kinross, Crieff offers easy access to a number of nearby areas of interest including Greenloaning and Aberfeldy. A holiday resort since the Victorian times, there is much to see and do here, from the many whisky distilleries to the fascinating Crieff Visitors Centre, which documents the lives of the sheep drovers who once lived in Crieff. There are also near limitless opportunities for visitors to get out and about, exploring this beautiful corner of Scotland from hiking the surrounding munros, to picnicking on the banks of a loch. Every August the town hosts its famous Crieff Highland Games, with music, dancing and various tests of strength, well worth a visit if it coincides with your stay.

We love Crieff because...

  • Idyllic market town
  • Magnificent scenery
  • Whisky distillery fun
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Hotels in Crieff
Crieff Hydro
Ferntower Road Crieff PH7 3LQ

Discover a great getaway with endless entertainment at Crieff Hydro. On-site golf course, swimming pool, horse riding and five restaurants are just some of the highlights.

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Crieff Hydro
Ferntower Road Crieff PH7 3LQ

Discover a great getaway with endless entertainment at Crieff Hydro. On-site golf course, swimming pool, horse riding and five restaurants are just some of the highlights.

Murraypark Hotel
Connaught Terrace Crieff PH7 3DJ

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Murraypark Hotel
Connaught Terrace Crieff PH7 3DJ

In and around Crieff

Drummond Gardens

Spend a day exploring the splendours of Drummond Gardens, some of Scotland's most important, world-class formal gardens, which are among the most impressive in Europe. The gardens themselves are built into a hillside and offer awe-inspiring views of the castle and surrounding area. Guests can relax in this tranquil setting and admire the beech-lined pathways, ancient yew hedges and well-kept parkland.

The Famous Grouse Experience

A unique whisky experience, brought to you by one of the most recognisable and popular whiskies in the world, The Famous Grouse. This is Scotland’s oldest working malt whisky distillery and visitors will get a once in a lifetime chance to see behind the scenes, from the hand-operated mash tun, to the warehouse where the whisky is aged. Sample a selection of fine whiskies, and even blend your very own, choosing from the many malts to create a masterpiece.

The Strathearn Gallery

A contemporary and exciting Scottish art gallery, exhibiting artwork from leading Scottish artists and helping up-and-comers. The galleries are set over two floors and feature a wide range of artwork from pottery, to glasswork and everything in between. The exhibitions are rotated regularly, ensuring fresh work makes its way to the displays.

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