Perthshire is a hidden gem that enchants with its captivating beauty and diverse attractions. Known as the "Gateway to the Highlands," this picturesque region offers a multitude of reasons to visit. Perthshire is a nature lover's paradise, boasting enchanting forests, sparkling lochs, and cascading waterfalls. The majestic Cairngorms National Park, with its rugged mountains and abundant wildlife, beckons hikers and outdoor enthusiasts. The iconic Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park are also within easy reach, offering endless opportunities for exploration. From Blairgowrie to Pitlochry our Perthshire lodges and parks are located in some of the most breathtaking locations, ideal for exploring this stunning area. With a wide choice of accommodation from luxury, with hot tubs and of course, pet-friendly our lodges and parks tick all the boxes for a memorable holiday.
Cairn O’Mohr specialises in fruity wines and punch ciders, this friendly and upbeat tour offers a free drink upon arrival. Combining local fruits and creating one-off flavours using surplus local produce, this is a fantastic visit for all the family. Children under 13 go free and, with their non-alcoholic drinks, there’s something for everyone to taste and enjoy. There are several different tours, including the suitably spooky Ghost Tour in the dark, the out-of-season ‘Thistle Day’ tours, or try the Deluxe Tour with working demonstrations and generous samples to boot.
Perthshire is home to some of the oldest golf courses and most famous in the world, including the three championship courses at Gleneagles. The River Tay that runs through Perth also has a Public Art Trail with a series of sculptures that follow the river and pay tribute to Perth's heritage.
Sir Walter Scott described Perthshire as "the fairest portion of the northern Kingdom" and it is not hard to see why! The area is packed with glens, moors, waterfalls, forests, rivers, woodlands and gardens. A great way to see much of this spectacular landscape is by following the Cateran Trail, which takes you on a 64-mile hike, it can be done in stages and takes around 5 days to complete. With so much natural beauty, this area is an outdoor adventure playground with bike trails, paintballing, climbing and water rafting available across the county. Perthshire is home to some of Scotland's most iconic castles, such as Blair Castle and Scone Palace. Step back in time as you wander through their grand halls and picturesque gardens, steeped in centuries of history and tales of Scottish heritage. Don't miss the opportunity to witness the magical transformation of Perthshire's forests during autumn, as vibrant hues of gold and crimson blanket the landscape, creating a truly unforgettable spectacle.