Place to eat
The Famous Grouse Experience
The oldest distillery in Scotland, Glenturret (now owned by the Famous Grouse), near Crieff. There are guided tours, fascinating even to those who aren’t partial to whisky – this is an important part of Scottish history! If you have a guided tour, you have a chance to sample different whiskies at…
The Glen Turret is Scotland's oldest working distillery, and the former home of The Famous Grouse. It's also one of the last distilleries to do everything by hand. The tour and tastings are great, and the food is wonderful. I think they have the best Sunday roast in the area.
Experience The Famous Grouse Tour, enjoy a meal in the restaurant or sit by the fire with a nice hot drink.
Home to the famous Grouse, it is one of Scotland's oldest distillery. The shop has a great selection of Grouse goodies and personalised bottles are particularly popular.
16 minutes drive from The Bothy. Cafe & restaurant within The Glenturret Distillery in Crieff. Good daytime food venue.
“Lady Mary’s Walk is a popular route in Crieff which runs along the banks of the River Earn. The route was named after Lady Mary Murray, whose family were local landowners in the early 19th century. The picturesque route through woodland and along the banks of the River Earn features an avenue of mature oak, beech, lime and sweet chestnut trees. Some of the larger trees are over 150 years old and the walk can be enjoyed at any time of year. It is particularly beautiful during the autumnal months when the beech trees are a cacophony of rust and gold. Herons, kingfishers, grey wagtails, oystercatchers and dippers live on the river and otters have been seen at dusk.”
“Beautiful pieces of work to buy by local Scottish and well known artists. Lovely to wander round and appreciate on a drizzly day. Frequent exhibitions. ”
“Nice bistro & wine bar with delicatessen..... we've enjoyed several good meals there!”
“ The Bistro-style restaurant features many dishes from Yann’s home region with specialities such as Fondue and Pierrade on the menu as well as bistro classics like French onion soup, coq au Vin, steak frites and tarte tatin. And of course, the crepes! Tres bon! Vraiment!!”
“Eat lunch here, taking the drive up behind Comrie on the road that goes over the moors. The food is very nice (simple lunchtime fare) and you have a wonderful view of the surrounding hills. The staff are lovely, and if you have children they’ll have a chance to pet a lamb or rabbit.”