B&B in Crieff and Strathearn

Claurin Cottage B&B, Amulree
No pets Wifi / broadband

Claurin Cottage B&B    Amulree

If you’re walking the Scottish National Trail or the Rob Roy Way, cycling or just want a day away, Cluarin is for you. 3 bedroom (DDA compliant) property offers dramatic views along the Sma' Glen. Sit beside a roaring fire, and enjoy a malt and the simple things in life. 2 Double Rooms, 1 Twin room, more bed spaces on request. The cottage is located adjacent to the A822 (Connecting to the A9) and offers extensive private parking. Dinner can be offered (Main Course, Starter or Pudding) @£15 per head.

Lovat House, Crieff
No pets Wifi / broadband

Lovat House    Crieff

Welcome to Lovat house we are in Crieff, Perthshire in the heart of Strathearn, the start of the highlands. Relax in our calm and peaceful guest house and enjoy a great start to your day with our lovely fresh breakfast. We’re really looking forward to seeing you.

Barley Bree Restaurant with Rooms, Crieff

Barley Bree Restaurant with Rooms    Crieff

At Barley Bree the classically-trained French chef Fabrice Bouteloup uses Scottish produce to its full advantage in a seasonal menu that changes several times a week..Game local lamb and beef chanterelles and wild garlic from the nearby woods and luscious local soft fruits all make an appearance.His bread is almost as famous as his Tarte Tatin which is a permanent fixture.

The Victoria House B&B, Crieff
No pets

The Victoria House B&B    Crieff

This unique bed & breakfast offers you grand deluxe rooms all with Super King size beds and if you are looking for something a little different. Why not request one of our deluxe four poster bedrooms. All rooms are equipped with complimentary Wifi tea/coffee making facilities and TV s.

Leven House, Crieff

Leven House    Crieff

Leven House is a very comfortable guest house in the heart of the Perthshire region. Our large lounge provides a stunning view of Crieff and the surrounding countryside from Turleum Hill in the south to Glen Turret in the north.All eight of our rooms are en suite and have TV and complimentary tea and coffee tray. The dining room is on the ground floor and affords separate tables for each room. A large and varied selection of foods is available from our breakfast menu which should suit individual requirements.

Merlindale, Creiff

Merlindale    Creiff

A 4 star imposing stone villa guesthouse which offers you the utmost in luxury en-suite bed and breakfast accommodation coupled with a warm welcome..This luxurious bed & breakfast has first class spacious rooms with large en suite bathrooms TV and free Internet and WiFi in all rooms. Guests can choose between tastefully furnished and individually appointed double or twin bedrooms. The no-expense-spared bathrooms are sunken with free standing Victorian baths and ultra modern power showers.

Comely Bank Guest House, Crieff
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Comely Bank Guest House    Crieff

Comely Bank Guesthouse is a longstanding traditional Scottish guesthouse close to the central amenities of Crieff shops banks restaurants and leisure facilities. It is a Victorian stone townhouse of character and period charm located near the centre of Crieff set in beautiful highland Perthshire amidst hills and lochs. Comely Bank is conveniently located for visiting The Crief Hydro Spa and Leisure Resort The Glenturret.Famous Grouse.Distillery and Caithness Glass at the Crieff Visitor Centre.

Fendoch Guest House, Crieff

Fendoch Guest House    Crieff

Fendoch Guest House is situated in the Sma.Glen one of the most famous and spectacular beauty spots in Perthshire and only five miles north of Crieff - the town referred to as The Gateway to the Highlands. Nan and Graham Waugh look forward to welcoming you to their Award winning family run Guest House which holds a Scottish Tourist Board 3 Star Guest House rating and where a traditionally warm Scottish welcome always awaits.

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