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Amenity filters are provided to help you find the ideal rental in Crieff. Many properties in Crieff provide internet or TVs, which makes it a wonderful holiday destination if you need internet access during your holidays or you want to tune out with some TV time. Not as many accommodation options in Crieff are available if you're dreaming of days spent poolside or you want a letting with a sauna , as pools and saunas are not often available in Crieff.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Crieff
Holidaymakers searching for bed & breakfast rentals in Crieff can find many choices, as this is the most typical accommodation type there. The average rental fee for bed & breakfast rentals is £88 per night, with an average area of 19 m². Furthermore, if you're going in a group of 2, bed & breakfast rentals are an excellent accommodation type in Crieff, since they can usually welcome 2 people. Travellers interested in something else can also find many hotel rooms, which are the second most popular type of accommodation in Crieff. Hotel rooms in Crieff are 24 m² on average, with prices averaging £171 a night.
A holiday letting in Crieff is a great way to discover Scotland
Enjoy the magnificent countryside and fascinating attractions of central Scotland in style from your private Crieff accommodation.
Where to find the best food in Crieff?
Steaks and spas
Fine dining is to be found at Yann's at Glenearn House. A family owned restaurant in a magnificently restored Victorian house, tasty steaks selected from local butchers are a real speciality.
If you're looking for real luxury, then you need to pay a visit to Knock Castle. Enjoy fine food, rooftop dining – or even a full day in their spa facility.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Crieff?
Wars and whisky
The historic town of Crieff has been celebrated in national verse and was regularly visited by folk hero Rob Roy. History lives on in the spectacular Drummond Castle, which lies just outside Crieff. This 15th century castle and its magnificent grounds were sacked by Oliver Comwell during the War of the Three Nations. Luckily, the building survived and is now open to the public.
A different kind of history is to be found with a tour of Glenturret Distillery. Hidden within a shady glen, the distillery started making whisky illegally in the 16th century. 'Officially' established in 1756, Glenturret has been producing superb single malt whisky ever since.
Where are the unique attractions in Crieff?
Parks and putts
Just a few kilometres east from Crieff lies the Loch Lomond National Park. As well as the wonderful boating and hiking on and around the Loch itself, the park also offers great cycling and climbing opportunities. Or you can simply enjoy the magnificent scenery on a winding drive through the park's many peaks.
For many people, Scotland is synonymous with golf. Crieff is within a few strokes of Gleneagles golf course – one of the most respected in the UK. Gleaneagles has hosted many tournaments down the years, so it may come as some surprise that this grand old course is open to visitors!
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