Perthshire is fast becoming one of the most popular holiday destinations in Scotland, with a variety of accommodation providers, attractions and eateries available to the tourist.
With wonderful small towns such as Pitlochry and Aberfeldy, with a vast array of attractions, from distilleries and breweries to loch fishing and boating, there is something in Highland Perthshire to suit all ages and pockets!!
In this site we list a variety of accommodation providers, from hotels and guest houses to caravan parks and self catering properties. Attractions and restaurants are also listed, so you can plan your entire holiday in Highland Perthshire on this site!
Highland Perthshire is probably most famous for its wonderful scenery; lochs, glens and forests are laced with interesting walks and hiking trails, as well as a wealth of scottish wildlife and fauna.
Perth is found on the banks of the largest river in the British Isles - the mighty River Tay – which contains more water than the River Severn and the River Thames added together! The former royal burgh is easily reached by road, train or bus.
Aberfeldy is found at the heart of the Perthshire Highlands, the area is home to Perthshire's highest mountain, deepest loch and longest glen. Many outdoor recreation activities are available in Aberfeldy, as well as whisky tasting and tours at the Dewar's World of Whisky.
Crieff is situated on the fringes of Perthshire in an area known as Strathearn, Crieff is the second largest town in Perthshire. Strathearn is known for its beautiful country walks where you can enjoy the views of the Strathearn valley with views of Ben Vorlich and Ben More in the distance.
Pitlochry is set in spectacular scenery and is ideally located for touring Highland Perthshire or further afield. Pitlochry is well known for its magnificent theatre and salmon ladder. The town today still has lovely Victorian architecture, exciting independent shops, a diverse range of restaurants, retailers, friendly inns and pubs.
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