Crieff is a bustling little town where visitors can see craft goods such as pottery, paperweights, crystal and whisky. Just a few miles to the west is Comrie and beyond that, St Fillans at the east end of Loch Earn.
The town is situated on the side of a hill which means that most streets in Crieff are on at least a gentle slope, and some of the streets leading from the high street are very steep. This makes Crieff a little difficult for those visitors with restricted mobility.
There is some car parking on the high street, but if you have to park elsewhere it means a bit of a steep walk to the shopping area.
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Crieff Visitors Centre
Crieff Visitor Centre is the new home of Caithness Glass. View craftsmen making the world renowned paperweights and try your hand at glass painting or make your own paperweight.
The'Knock of Crieff'
A hill of some 900 ft where at the cost of an hours walk some marvellous views may be had - north to the highlands and south to the beautiful wide stretches of Strathearn with its winding river, and beyond that the Ochil hills and Auchterarder.
Crieff Highland Gathering
Crieff Highland Gathering takes place annually on the third Sunday in August. Highlights include the Scottish Heavyweight Championship with events such as throwing the hammer and tossing the caber and massed pipe bands.
32 golf courses within a two hour drive.
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Self Caterers should book early fills quickly - especially near Xmas.
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