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Places to visit

Close to Glenshee Glamping

Cateran Trail

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This 5 day trail follows the routes used by wild cattle theives of the 17th centuary. It has 5 stages and lots of shorter walks for all abilities.

Braemar Highland Games Centre

Exhibition and Pavilion Café

Balmoral Castle

The Scottish home of the Royal Family since it was purchased for Queen Victoria by Prince Albert in 1852.

Braemar Castle 

A 17th century Castle with a colourful past, built by the Earl of Mar in 1628.

 
 

To the South

Scone Palace

Scottish History the crowning place of Scottish Kings. Beautiful Gardens, childrens play area and host to regular Higland events and fairs.

The Black Watch Castle and Museum

RSPB Scotland Loch Leven Nature Reserve

RSPB Scotland Loch Leven is part of Loch Leven National Nature Reserve. The loch is famous for its connections to Mary Queen of Scots and as Scotland’s largest lowland freshwater loch. Formerly known as Vane Farm, this reserve was set up in 1967 as a centre for environmental education and it is still a fantastic place for children to explore and discover nature today.

To the West

Loch of the Lowes

Visitor Centre and Nature Reserve

Dunkeld

The Hermitage 

Lush woodland walks with a famous waterfall, the UK's tallest tree and charming follys. 

Pine Cone View Point

The views from Pine Cone Point across the Tay to Dunkeld and to the mountains in the north are quite spectacular. A most abilities path gently zigzags through the forest, arriving at the new hand-built wooden sculpture in the shape of a pinecone. Hand crafted benches offer a handy resting place from which to enjoy the surrounding area.

Beatrix Potter Museum & Birnam Arts Centre 

Vibrant local Arts centre with a very child friendly museum. Visitors can hang Mrs. Tiggywinkles washing, weigh Peter Rabbits carrots and search for Jeremy Fisher in the garden.

Also: Dunkled Cathedral, Birnam Oak

Pitlochry

Hydro Electric Dam

Visitor centre and cafe with the best view in Pitlochry. Tell the story of the UK's most ambitious green energy plan.

Enchanted Forest 

Pitlochry - with dazzling visuals and innovative design set against an original music score. Explore the stunning autumn woodland setting of Faskally Wood.

Blair Athol

Blair Castle and Hercules Gardens

Beautiful Gardens and visitor centre and the Bridge of Tilt.

Cluny House Gardens

A secluded, unique woodland garden situated in the heart of Scotland, overlooking the scenic Strathtay valley.

Queens View

(Perthshire's most iconic view) - lies at the heart of Higland Perthshire and overlooks Loch Tummel.

The Scottish Crannog Centre

Loch Tay (Historical) be taken on a fascinating journey into Scotland's prehistory.

 

 
Perfect little place! Great facilities, lots of animals and the new owners, Nathan and Helena are lovely and so helpful! The wood fired hot tub was amazing, can’t wait to come back!