A warm welcome awaits you from Nigel & Stella Franklin at Galvelbeg House, a traditional B&B with comfortable en-suite rooms, drying facilities, Wi-Fi, TVs and welcome trays with home baking. Situated in Crieff at the entrance to the Perthshire Highlands with our own Munro, Ben Chonzie on our doorstep! Enjoy a hearty breakfast in our spacious dining room with panoramic views to the Ochil Hills. Well-behaved dogs are welcome, packed lunches available and flasks filled. Nigel is a keen hill walker and happy to offer advice, routes and maps.
The Willows was built in 2007 by the Sinclair family in the small hamlet of New Fowlis four miles from Crieff and twelve miles from Perth. It is an attractive ranch style house overlooking the beautiful Strathearn valley with a panoramic vista stretching from Ben Vorlich in the west over Gleneagles and Auchterarder to the Lomond hills and St. Andrews in the Kingdom of Fife in the east. We offer accommodation of a high standard with one large double room with private patio and two twin bedded rooms; all are ensuite, light and spacious.
A warm welcome awaits you at the Rowans Bed and Breakfast. This modern ranch style house with emphasis on comfort in luxurious surroundings. After a days touring ( we are approx one hour from Edinburgh or Glasgow) you can relax in one of our large sunny bedrooms after a long day,all with ensuite facilities.Our bedrooms are tastefully furnished, with TVs and have teaand coffee making facilities in the rooms.
Newstead Bed and Breakfast is set in a quiet rural location right on the edge of the Crieff Hydro Hotel estate and within 10 minutes walk of Crieff town centre. Knock Castle Hotel and Spa is right opposite us and we regularly have guests who are attending weddings at these local hotels. Free parking and Wi Fi available. We are a small family run business and are situated in the middle floor of a traditional stone villa, circa 1884.
Comelybank is a traditional Scottish guesthouse with period charm located close to the central amenities of Crieff and the Crieff Hydro Spa and Leisure resort. It is conveniently located for visiting the tourist attractions of Crieff, The Glenturret Distillery, Drummund Castle Gardens and Caithness glass at the Visitor centre. The area attracts walkers and cyclists to the beautiful country side with its lochs and mountains and romantic castles and offers a large variety of golf courses including the famous Gleneagles.