Crieff is a small, friendly holiday town in the heart of Perthshire with around 6,000 inhabitants.
Situated right on the Highland boundary fault it offers stunning views over fertile Strathearn and to the surrounding hills.
The town has a good range of restaurants, lovely cafes, pubs, banks, a Tourist Information and many small, independent shops which set Crieff’s High Street apart from many faceless towns. Furthermore there are three art galleries, two good delis including McNees of Crieff and two supermarkets,all within easy walking distance from the flat.
Our local butcher, the greengrocer, great fish shop and our bakeries should cover most culinary needs.
Other facilities include several parks, lovely walks straight from the town centre, the spectacular Drummond Castle Gardens gardens and Scotland’s oldest whisky distillery. A leisure centre with swimming pool, several sports halls and gym are 400 yards from our front door.
Crieff is a great place for a holiday and an ideal base for exploring central Scotland with all its tourist attractions, a selection of which you can find here: .Attractions
Regular Crieff events you may want to visit are:
Visit our monthly market in the square featuring local produce and arts and craft stalls. Dates and further information can be found here: Crieff Markets
Highland Games: 16th of August 2015
The Crieff Highland Games have been held for about 150 years and are always a special event for the town.
Crieff Drovers Tryst: 10th - 17th October 2015
A week-long walking festival featuring lots of events from talks to concerts and of course a daily selection of free guided walks for all abilities.
Watch our brand new Crieff & Strathearn video starring Ewan McGregor, who is from Crieff.