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County - Perthshire | Map
Tel code: 01764 | code search
Postcode: PH6 | code search
Population: 3000
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Tullybannocher Farm Food Bar
"I would like to say a big thank you to the people who now run this fine establishment, the food was brilliant and they have created a lovely harmonious atmosphere ..." More

Tullybannocher Farm Food Bar
"sorry this farm food bar has sadly gone down hill since hilliary and gvin left. the choice of food was very limited and was not warm. There was ..." More

Tullybannocher Farm Food Bar
"the friday night jazz evenings were terrific - pit it has stopped - the company there was great too...pity it has also stopped.....

Date visited: september/october 2002 ..." More

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"The focal point of the beautiful village of Comrie in Perthshire, Scotland, is the "White Church" on the banks of the river Earn on the edge of the Scottish Highlands. ..." More

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Comrie is a small town in Perth and Kinross in Scotland situated on the geological Highland fault line, between Glen Lednock and Artney on the Strathearn, 7 miles west of Crieff. Comrie dates back to 79AD, when a fort was built here by Agricola, it was once a busy droving route and by 1796 industries included handloom weaving, a distillery and two breweries, the small town was developed to accommodate the incoming workers. The ancient town is a popular tourist destination ideal for walking, golfing and nature-watching, with hotels, holiday accommodation, a caravan park, shops and amenities and a 9-hole golf course. There are scenic walks through Laggan Wood and the Wooded Glen Lednock with the beautiful Falls of Lednock or De’il’s Cauldron. Historically interesting features include a stone bridge built in 1792 linking Comrie with ‘The Ross’ a former crofting and weaving community. The White Church built in 1805, currently the community centre, and an obelisk built in 1812 on the top of Dunmore Hill to commemorate Henry Dundas the 1st Viscount Melville, Lord Advocate and Home secretary to William Pitt the younger. Attractions include Museum of Scottish Tartans, The Highland Cattle Centre and the Auchingarrich Wildlife Park with walks, children’s playground, café and a variety of animals including ‘tartan’ Sheep.

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Twenty Shilling Wood Caravan Park
West Lodge Caravan Park

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Earnside Cottage

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Comrie Dental Practice

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Dr David R P Bushby
The Surgery

Golf Club

Comrie Golf Club

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Royal Hotel
Stags Head

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Four Seasons Hotel
Royal Hotel
Tullybannocher Farm Food Bar

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Bruce’s Taxis

Shops

The Fruit Shop
Carroglen Heather Lamb
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The Drummond Hotel (5.21 miles)

The Drummond Hotel

The Drummond Hotel a charming, traditional and comfortable Victorian Hotel built in 1817, full of character and situated in Scotland's First National Park. The Drummond Hotel has probably the best location in Scotland, nestling on ... More | visit website

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Achray House Hotel & Lodges (5.21 miles)

Achray House Hotel & Lodges
Whether you want action packed activity, or just to relax and unwind, the Achray House Hotel and Lodges are ideal for a break away from the stresses and strains of modern life. With a choice ... More | visit website
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James Cottage (5.33 miles)

James Cottage
Located in fashionable Perthshire, guests at James Cottage are just a short drive away from the fabulous lochs, glens, distilleries, castles and mountains that this region provides and it is only an hour away from ... More | visit website
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Knock Castle Hotel & Spa (5.35 miles)

Knock Castle Hotel & Spa
Nestling in the idyllic hills of the Strathearn Valley only an hour's drive from Scotland's major cities, Knock Castle Hotel and Spa offers an oasis of tranquillity a world away from the hustle and bustle of modern living. ... More | visit website
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Comelybank Guesthouse (5.39 miles)

Comelybank Guesthouse

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Comelybank is a traditional Scottish guesthouse with period charm located close to the central amenities of Crieff and the Crieff Hydro Spa and Leisure resort. It is conveniently located for ... More

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Galvelmore House (5.45 miles)

Galvelmore House
Situated in a quiet street in the centre of Crieff. We offer friendly hospitality, in a relaxed and informal atmosphere. Our bedrooms are comfortably furnished, blending early Victorian architecture with a contemporary style, and are ... More | visit website
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Four Seasons Hotel (5.50 miles)

Four Seasons Hotel
The Four Seasons Hotel is situated in a picturesque setting on the banks of the Loch Earn. The natural beauty of this location is the first delight of every visitor to St. Fillans, and the ... More | visit website
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Newstead Bed And Breakfast (5.52 miles)

Newstead Bed And Breakfast
Newstead Bed and Breakfast is the middle floor of a traditional stone built villa, circa 1884 and combines the elegance of the past, all rooms have high ceilings, cornices and large windows plus all the ... More | visit website
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Belmont B&B (5.63 miles)

Belmont B&B
A beautifully renovated Victorian House built in 1850. Full of character and charm this Victorian house has all the comforts of a modern home.
Belmont is conveniently located in the heart of Crieff, within two minutes ... More | visit website
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Crieff Hotel (5.70 miles)

Crieff Hotel

A small friendly town centre hotel in stunning Strathearn, popular with golfers, walkers and weekend breaks. The hotel has a brasserie offering great food in modern attractive surroundings, and a warm and welcoming lounge bar. The ... More | visit website

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