Places to visit in Perthshire

Located in Tummel Bridge, Perthshire, the Studio Holiday Cottage is a great base to visit the rest of Scotland.

There’s plenty to do in the local area...
On and off road cycle routes can be found at Highland Perthshire Cycling, walking, fishing, golf, White water rafting, canyoning, canoeing, quad bikes, mountain bikes. Land rover safaris, deer park and restaurant at Highland Safaris.

Blair CastleCastle Menzies and Glamis Castle are all within an hours drive, many gardens open to the public to explore including the spectacular Cluny House near Aberfeldy, Drummond Estate near Crieff and Scone Palace just outside Perth.

There are 20 golf courses in the area so there’s plenty to chose from, you can play a round of golf at the famous Gleneagles course, the home of the 2014 Ryder cup, 26th - 29th September

Pitlochry has Britains smallest distillery at Edradour and a working brewery at Moulin. You can take in a show at the Festival Theatre, visit the salmon fish ladder and browse the many shops in town. Drive North on the A9 to visit House of Bruar at Blair Atholl

Aberfeldy has many delightful one off shops, award winning cafe’s and a varied choice of restaurants. The Birks Cinema recently reopened its doors and now boasts a 100 seat 3D cinema showing all the latest films and live events. The Watermill Bookshop and Art GalleryDewars World of Whisky is also well worth a visit with it’s newly refurbished visitor centre, take a tour and sample a dram. Nearby Aberfeldy there’s the Award winning Grandtully Chocolate Centre. The Crannog Centre located at Kenmore. The Courtyard Shop Mains of Taymouth at Kenmore is well worth a visit to its gift shop, bar and restaurant.

Inverness, Braemar, Aboyne, Perth, Dundee and Glenshee are all within a couple of hours drive from the cottage. You could go by train from Rannoch Station to Fort William or Glasgow. Trains also run  from Pitlochry to Inverness, Perth, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

 

http://www.visitaberfeldy.co.uk/

Offering all the best of Scotland in a nutshell, there is something for all ages and interests here whether you seek adventure, cultural stimulation, wildlife, or well-being.

 

http://www.pitlochry.org/

Pitlochry.org web site is designed and managed by local people with the objective of helping you get the most out of your visit to Pitlochry.

 

http://www.highlandperthshirecycling.co.uk/

Highland Perthshire Cycling is a registered Scottish Charity set up to promote and enable more people to cycle more often in communities around Highland Perthshire for locals and visitors.

 

http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/

Helping you to discover and explore the real Scotland