Strathearn is the beautiful valley that runs between Perth and North Stirlingshire with Crieff as its regional capital. It is an area steeped in history with Crieff being the centre of a network of old cattle droving routes. In Victorian times, the Crieff Hydro Hotel attained some notoriety as an alcohol free spa centre based on the then fashionable theories of hydropatics. The Crieff Hydro is still today the largest family friendly spa and activities Hotel in Scotland, employing about 500 staff across a range of services and activities. The Western end of Strathearn finds the beautiful Loch Earn which is a great watersports venue offering a range of water related activities. In the South corner of this area is also where you find Gleneagles, the fabulously expensive hotel with its famous golf courses.
Acorn Guest House is in a quiet situation within walking distance of Inverness city centre with off street parking.
Perth and Kinross
Pitcullen Guest House - Edwardian elegance with a contemporary twist - is situated in a desirable residential area of Perth, a short walk to the Fair City & all its attractions.
Bayview Guest House
Isle of Barra
This stunning guesthouse overlooks Castlebay, on the beautiful Island of Barra in the stunning Outer Hebrides
Witchwood House Oban
Witchwood House is a stunning period guest house situated on Oban’s residential seafront with an uninterrupted view of Oban Bay and the islands beyond.
Things to do in Strathearn
Buchanty Spout is a Delightful Pool and waterfall located just off the B8063 under the bridge in the village of Buchanty.
Iain Burnett Highland Chocolatier
Scotland's most awarded, internationally recognised chocolatier offers tours and tastings in the picturesque setting of Loch Tay.
Drummond Castle Gardens
Drummond Castle is situated in Perthshire, Scotland. The castle is famous for its gardens, described by Historic Environment Scotland as "the finest example of formal terraced gardens in Scotland." It is located in the parish of Muthill, 4 kilometers (2.5 mi) south of Crieff.