Whether you fancy a spot of mountain biking, walking, shopping, eating or exploring, Comrie Croft is the place to visit.
Set on 230 acres of woodland and just 5 miles from Galvelmore House you’ll have plenty of opportunities to spot some native wildlife, including, red squirrels and roe deer or why not search for moles’ house along the way marked paths.
For those looking for a bit more of an adrenaline rush, there are 16km of graded mountain bike trails to try. Don’t worry if you haven’t brought your bike, the guys at Comrie Croft Bikes can hire you one. Want to learn some new skills? They offer coaching sessions too.
Worked up an appetite? Fancy a coffee with a view? The Tea Garden is full of tempting home-baking, hot chocolate, breakfasts and lunches. Much of Allison’s menu is created using produce from Tomnah’a Market Garden at the bottom of the drive.
You can buy their lovely seasonally produced fruit, veg and flowers from the Croft Farm Shop too. You’ll also find an array of local food, handcrafted tools and delightful gifts, such as wood fired sourdough bread and handmade soaps.
Open Easter - October, Alli conjurs up an ever evolving menu of tasty delights including soups, salads and of course cake!
All things bike related - shop, repair, hire and coaching - run by friendly bike gurus.
Packed full of local and well sourced goodies and gifts there's everything from Tomnah'a vegetables to handcrafted bags and homemade soaps.