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    As you would expect from Perthshire’s second biggest town, the streets of Crieff buzz day and night with tempting shops, hotels, cafés, pubs, restaurants and some of the region’s most interesting small galleries, arts spaces and spas.

    From its riverside walks to its beautiful parks and gardens, visitors are really spoilt for choice.

    Crieff also enjoys an incredible location within the stunning Perthshire countryside. And its easy access to the mountains and glens makes it a hugely popular destination with outdoor enthusiasts and, of course, golfers.

    The town itself is surprisingly large, but not so big that you can’t enjoy a leisurely stroll around its many attractions. Or you can see the sights by hopping aboard the excellent local bus service (no.45) which was enhanced and improved quite recently.

    In Crieff, there really is something to suit all ages, whether you are nine or 90, going solo, or travelling with friends or your family.

    The choice is endless and the team behind www.visitcrieff.scot have hand-picked the best places to enjoy.

    Use our local knowledge to navigate your way from place to place, and make your own discoveries. We guarantee you won’t be disappointed.

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    Concerts in Crieff – Ayman Jarjour

    The guitar is a surprisingly versatile instrument, with a broad and varied repertoire and a greater dynamic range than one would imagine. Ayman Jarjour brilliantly demonstrates this in his accomplished and elegant playing. Ayman will be performing a selection of guitar repertoire works by Piazolla, Tarrega, Barrios and Albeniz. What better than being transported to…

    Venison Cookery Masterclass

    We are delighted to welcome back Nichola Fletcher for a Vension Cookery masterclass. Nichola is a renowned chef and author and what she doesn’t know about venison probably isnt worth knowing! Come along and learn how to cook this delicious, versatile and amazingly lean cut of meat. You will get to watch Nichola prepare some…

    Burns Supper

    Celebrate Burns Night the traditional way – with lots of friends and plenty to eat and drink! This year, Crieff Hydro Burns Supper cost £45 a head and includes all of this: – Piped entrance – Scottish Gin cocktail on arrival – Address to the Haggis – 4 course meal with 3 whisky pairings To…

    Sunshine on Leith

    What perfect antidote to the dark days of January than a dose of sunshine? A celebration of the power of home, family and love, full to bursting with the euphoric music of The Proclaimers. Starring Peter Mullan, Jane Horrocks, George Mackay and Kevin Guthrie. Licensed bar. Tickets £8 (£6 students/under 18s) includes a complimentary ‘Sunshine’…

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    Celebrating Burns Night

    People all over the world will be celebrating the birth of Scotland’s most famous bard, Rabbie Burns on the 25th of January. Burns died in 1796 with the first supper held in his honour taking place on the 29th January 1802 because his supporters got his date of birth wrong – easily done in those…

    On the trail of Strathearn’s Witches, Bogles and Phantom Legions

    Visitors have long been charmed by the beautiful Strathearn countryside. But did you know that the area has a darker past? The picturesque villages, spectacular mountains and sparkling lochs around Crieff conceal a secret history of witches, bogles and phantom Roman legionaries. Why not explore these spooktacular sites … but just make sure you get…


    When it comes to nature and the great outdoors … the Crieff area has an embarrassment of riches. Rolling hills and magnificent mountains sit alongside fast-flowing rivers and stunning lochs, while an intricate network of paths and trails meanders through the stunning Strathearn countryside making the area ripe for exploration on foot and on two…

    3 of the best fishing locations near Crieff

    Here in Crieff we are lucky to have access to some of Perthshire’s best fishing spots … all within less than an hour’s drive. Whether that’s a salmon beat in a quiet neighbouring hamlet or a brown trout loch within shouting distance of the town, the landscape is teaming with rivers, from the sprawling Tay…

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    Visit Crieff

    a great accommodation option here in CrieffWe still have a few seasonal pitches available for the coming season (1st March 2019)
    This year was £2450 for an annual pitch,£1995 for the summer or £750 for a winter pitch.If you book your pitch before the end of January,you will pay this years price with a £200 deposit to secure the pitch.
    Call now on 01764 652951 or e-mail info@braidhaugh.co.uk
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    Why not try a #MeatFreeMonday today with our puy lentil stuffed tomato with a tomato and basil sauce 🍅😉 #Veganuary2019 #VeganDishesOfTheDay

    Don’t forget that it’s Steak Tuesday today at The Tower! For £13 you get a sirloin steak with tomato, mushrooms, chips and sauce. Just send us a message or give us a call to reserve your table 😊

    Fantastic morning at the opening of the salmon season with @ChamberPerth at #Meikleour

    #visitscotland #salmon #tradition #fishing

    At The Tower, we are proud to showcase Scottish food and taste. For that reason, we try to use Scottish suppliers whenever possible, to provide as authentic an experience as we can! All of our meat, bread and... https://t.co/SnMs8DH53F

    @ScottishBaker teaching the secrets to a great #Selkirk #Bannock in the first #baking class of 2019

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