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Strathearn is a prominent feature on the food and drink map of Scotland. This area is a prime location for quality local produce, with specialist food shops and several award winning restaurants in Crieff and Strathearn.

Often called ‘Scotland’s Larder’, this part of the country is famed for providing excellent local produce. Sheep, cattle and deer feed on the lush pasture land; the woodlands are alive with feathered and furred game; the rivers and lochs are teeming with fish, and in summer, Perthshire is also the berry capital of Scotland.


Crieff Visitor Centre
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01764 654014
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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

Phone:
01764 652114
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Campbell’s Bakery

This long-standing family bakers is well known for its wide selection of award-winning baked goods. Food to go includes: Scotch pies, sausage rolls, quiche, filled rolls, homemade soup, plus hot drinks and plenty of wee cakes for a sweet afterwards. Campbell’s has shops at 59 King Street in Crieff and 38 Drummond Street in Comrie.

Phone Crieff: 01764 652114                Phone Comrie:  01764 679944

 

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