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Comrie Community Orchard

Comrie’s Community Orchard are having an annual Apple Day.   It is being held at Cultybraggan Camp in Comrie on Sunday 15 October from 11 am to 3 pm.

They will be selling delicious fresh and pasteurised apple juice, 20+ varieties of apples, and lots of apple bake products, as well as jams and chutneys.

 

Phone:
01764 681257/681433
Email:

Drummond Castle Gardens

Phone:
01764 685312
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St Fillan’s Golf Club

At this nine hole course each hole is very challenging and a combination of course design, superb greenkeeping and breathtaking scenery keep players on the course as long as possible.

Phone:
01764 670055
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Comrie Golf Club

Comrie Golf Club – one of the finest nine hole golf courses in Scotland. Very friendly club with great views and magnificent catering.

Phone:
681523
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Muthill Golf Club

An undulating 9-hole parkland course, with narrow fairways, small, well-bunkered greens and picturesque views of Strathearn and the Grampians.

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The Macrosty Park, Crieff

Macrosty and two adjoining parks reopened in Spring 2011 after a major refurbishment and now offer a super new play area for youngsters, increased parking and a cafe.

Macrosty Park is in a beautiful parkland setting and is ideal for a low-energy amble.

Innerpeffray Library

The fascinating book collection, housed in a handsome 18th-century, special purpose building, is of great significance as a unique fragment of Scotland’s social and intellectual history.

Morrison’s Academy

Situated in Crieff, the centre of rural Perthshire, Morrison’s Academy has one of the most beautiful locations of any school in Britain. The stunning mountain scenery provides the backdrop for the school yet this belies its easy access to the main conurbations of Glasgow and Edinburgh.

In our Nursery, Primary and Secondary, we believe that no other school in Scotland possesses such a family-oriented, inclusive spirit as Morrison’s.

Comrie Croft Bikes
Address:
Off the A85 between Crieff (5 miles) and Comrie (2miles), Perthshire PH7 4JZ
Phone:
01764 670140
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Website:

Comrie Croft Bikes

Welcome to mountain biking country! What better way to sample the scenic highlights away from the madding crowd? From easy riverside routes suitable for the whole family, to adrenaline pumping action on our own hand-built singletrack. The Comrie Croft trails are free and open to the public all year.

Complete bike hire service including top quality Merida bikes, helmets,trail maps and friendly advice.
Tag-alongs,trailers,tandem and child seats are available.
Bikes can be delivered to you.
Special rates for advance booking (at least the day before).

Crieff Visitor Centre
Phone:
01764 654014
Email:
Website:

Crieff Visitor Centre

There is something for everyone at the Crieff Visitor Centre, which is also the meeting point for all Tryst walks in 2016.

180 seater licensed restaurant
Highland Drovers Exhibition
Caithness Glass visitor gallery and shop
A fully stocked garden centre with ideas for every garden
A wide selection of quality gift ideas in our showrooms

Address:
Comrie St, Crieff
Phone:
01764 650059

Carnelian Crafts

A wonderful gift shop and glass studio to peruse at your leisure, selling a wide selection of beautiful handcrafted goods. Watch stained and fused glass jewellery being made.

McNees Delicatessen
Address:
High Street, Crieff
Phone:
01764 654582
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McNees Delicatessen

Crieff’s deli has a wonderful selection of international ingredients, either to eat whilst in the Crieff and Strathearn area (cheeses, salamis, olives, chocolates.) or to take away as presents (hampers, boxes of tempting sweets etc). McNees aim is to bring you fine foods sourced from farmhouses and small family businesses that take great care of their produce. Freshly baked croissants and pastries to take along with you on your walk.

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Contact name:
Graham Donaldson
Phone:
01764 653800
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Gordon & Durward

Delicious Scottish traditional confectionery, much of which is made on the premises, to provide the energy boost needed on the walks! Located on West High Street.
Bring our advert in the Drovers’ Tryst leaflet with you and when you spend £1 or more we’ll give you a FREE SUGAR MOUSE!

Fun Junction
Address:
4 High Street, Crieff PH7 3BS
Phone:
01764 653262
Website:

Fun Junction

Fun for all ages – a wide selection of toys, games and puzzles from independent, family-run toyshops in Crieff and Perth.

Crieff Visitor Centre
Phone:
01764 654014
Email:
Website:

Crieff Visitor Centre

There is something for everyone at the Crieff Visitor Centre, which is also the meeting point for all Tryst walks in 2016.

180 seater licensed restaurant
Highland Drovers Exhibition
Caithness Glass visitor gallery and shop
A fully stocked garden centre with ideas for every garden
A wide selection of quality gift ideas in our showrooms

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