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Bryce of Crieff

Bryce of Crieff is a third generation family shoe shop, established in 1918, close to the town’s Clock Tower. Run by Leslie and Norman Bryce (grandsons of the founder), the shop boasts a carousel window and stocks a wide range…

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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. Not to be missed.

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McNees Delicatessen

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…

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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…

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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.

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