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Places of interest to visit in Perthshire from Briar-croft holiday cottage :

Aberfeldy Watermill, only a short drive from Briar-Croft, holiday accommodation, Perthshire.

Aberfeldy Watermill

Award-winning bookshop, with children's book room, gallery and cafe opened in 2005 by Michael Palin.

Visit a Scottish Cranog to experience life in the Iron Age. A great day out from Briar-Croft holiday cottage Perthshire.

Scottish Crannog Centre

A 5 star visitor centre on Loch Tay, Kenmore. An interactive experience taking you back to the Iron Age.

A short drive from Perthshire self catering cottage, Briar-Croft, is Castle Menzies in the heart of the Weem Forest.

Castle Menzies

A 16th Century Scottish Castle set in the beautiful surroundings of Weem forest.

Whisky distilleries are always a popular visitors choice for guests staying at Briar-Croft holiday cottage, Perthshire on the banks of Loch Tay.

Whisky Distilleries

Several Whisky Distilleries including Glenturret - the oldest. Edradour is the smallest distillery in Scotland where 3 men still make whisky by hand, producing only 12 casks per week.

Visit the beautiful Scottish town of Pitlochry, a short drive from Briar-Croft holiday cottage Perthshire.


Also nearby is the town of Pitlochry with its famous Festival Theatre and salmon ladder. Pitlochry is a typically Scottish rural town with good choice of specialist shops and gift shops.

Spectacular views await you at the Queens View, Loch Tummell.

The Queen's View

The Queen's View is a lookout across Loch Tummel, situated only a few miles from Pitlochry and considered one of the most famous beauty spots in all of Scotland.

Spectacular views await you at the Queens View, Loch Tummell.

The Highland Chocolatier

Exquisite Scottish Chocolate Centre at Grandtully with a warm coffee house and elegant gift shop attached.

Map displaying location of Briar-Croft, holiday cottage Perthshire.