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Sleeps 21

Valley of Plenty

Strathearn is full of exciting things to do and see.  Whether you’re an adrenaline junkie, history buff, art lover or just like a wander, there’ll be something to keep you entertained. Here are some of our favourites.


Perthshire is a golfers paradise with over 10 courses within 30 minutes of Galvelmore including the world famous Gleneagles!  

Our most local - Comrie, Crieff, St Fillians, Muthill & Killin - have reputations for being a wee bit challenging and having the best bacon butties.


Whether you like the thrill of mountain biking, the speed of road biking or prefer a gentle cycle with the family the Crieff area has it all.  

Comrie Croft Bikes can even deliver bikes of all types and sizes to Galvelmore if you'd rather pack light!

Bagging A Munro

If you love hill walking and fancy bagging a munro or two, you’re in the right area.  There are three near by.  The closest, Ben Chonzie, only 7 miles away in Comrie, Ben Vorlic and Stuc a’ Chroin are on the south side of St Fillans around 12 miles. Check out Walk the Highlands for details on these and other walks nearby.  Prefer to have a guide? Emily from Emily's Wild Adventures  can help you.


Located just a few miles away, Auchingarrich is fun for all the family.  With covered walk ways and play barns you can visit whatever the weather.  Visitors can experience everything from holding a little chick, to milking a cow to having a coffee while taking in the breath-taking views of the Ochil’s.

Discover History

The only WW2 Prisioner of War camp open to the public in Scotland, Cultybraggan (aka Camp 21) oozes history.  Once used to house high risk German POW's in the 1940's, most of the orginial nissan huts are still standing.  Bought by the village of Comrie, many are now used for individual enterprises, others have been preserved to show what life as a POW would have been like.  Open daily all year round for self guided tours and every Sunday in the summer for guided tours. 

Visit A Distillery

Glenturret Distillery on the edge of Crieff is Scotlands oldest working distillery, dating back to the 17th century!  The small team (just five pairs of hands) ensures every batch delivers the unique Glenturret taste.  Tours are available daily and of course have a few obligitory tasters. Feeling a bit peckish? Their restaurant is perfect for lunch or just chilling with a coffee on one of their comfy couches.

Don't fancy cooking?

We’re lucky to have so many lovely food places nearby.  Here are a few suggestions.

Restaurants & Cafés:

  • The Lounge – Crieff - Looking for something a little more special?  The Lounge has a great laid-back vibe with a bit of French chic. Tasty food & fab wine list!
  • The Tower Gastropub – Crieff – Great for all the family, they do breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner!  Fab kids play area at the back and a wee sitootery with couches for you to enjoy a drink with a view.
  • Delivinos – Crieff - Lovely Italian deli-pizzeria in the heart of Crieff.  Great for breakfast, lunch and dinner, or just some cheeky cocktails!
  • Mhor 84 – Balqhuidder – About 30 minutes away, but well worth the drive. Mhor is open for breakfast through to dinner, their tasty menu includes lots from their own farm.  You should see the size of their meringues!
  • Yann's - Crieff - Cosy, bistro style restaurant with a French flavour.  Yannick's delicious food and the relaxed atmopshere make for a fantastic night out.
  • The Tea Garden at Comrie Croft 5 miles west off the A85. Open Easter to October. A fab range of homemade soups, salads and cakes, made with lots of  produce from the onsite Tomnah’a Market Garden. Best of all they have awesome views over the valley to enjoy with your cuppa.
  • Hansen's Kitchen is Comrie's village deli, coffee roaster (Highland Coffees) and cafe all rolled into one. A lovely place to stop for a coffee and pick up a homemade lasagne to stick in the oven if you don't fancy cooking. 
  • Barley Bree – Muthill – French trained chef Fabrice and his wife run this cosy restaurant. Their delicious and inventive menu changes to reflect what’s in season.
  • The Ghurkas – Crieff – Indian and Nepalese restaurant, they can deliver too. 
  • The Red Squirrel Café – Crieff – Delightful little café in the heart of Crieff. They do lovely breakfasts and lunches.
  • McLeans – Muthill – Fresh stone baked pizzas made to order.
  • Café Comrie – Comrie - This busy wee café is in the centre of the village. Perfect for a coffee and a catch up with friends, family lunches or afternoon treats.
  • The Thai Esan – Crieff – Authentic family run Thai restaurant in the centre of Crieff.  Also, does take away.


  • Snakatak – Crieff - Great take away specialising in Indian cuisine. Just a 2-minute walk from Galvelmore.
  • Comrie Fish & Chips – Comrie - Café by day, chippy by night.  Along with their awesome fresh fish suppers they also make pizzas!
  • The Orchid – Crieff – Nice little Chinese takeaway.  Quick service and just a short stroll away.
  • #Loaded – Crieff – Think American style street food – loaded fries, amazing burgers and hotdogs.
  • Crunch Munch – Crieff – Fancy just going out for desert or a sneaky afternoon treat? Ice cream, waffles, cookie dough, sundaes and more.  A kids and big kids dream!

Personal Chefs:

  • Itabla – Don’t want to cook, but don’t want to go out? Nelson will come to you, he’ll do all the shopping, cooking and even tidy up after! His Italian/Scottish menus are very tasty and even use some of local market garden Tomnah’a produce.

The Little Extras:

  • Harrison's Fine Wines - Crieff - Located just up the street from Galvelmore they have a great range from everday wines up to something a wee bit special.  If you like something specific get in touch before your stay and they can get it for you.