Rent a Self Catering Cottage in Muthill, Perthshire, Scotland. This stylish, well appointed holiday property commands a very pleasant rural location opposite the village green in the heart of Muthill, a quaint historical village in the idyllic Earn Valley at the heart of rural Perthshire. Rent a Self Catering Cottage in Muthill Scotland.
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Muthill, a small conservation village, lies not far from the
town of Crieff. Here you'll discover one of Perthshire's most
unexpected jewels. The wonderful Drummond Castle Gardens. These
are the beautiful gardens featured in the Hollywood Blockbuster,
Rob Roy, starring Liam Neeson and Jessica Lange. There may be
no stars on your visit but I promise that the sun will feature,
even if it is only in the shape of the historic sundial.
Literature lovers will love the unique Inverpeffray Library just
to the east. This library is the oldest surviving public library
From another hamlet, Fowlis Wester, a narrow road leads over the
moorland hills of Glenalmond. These hills are rich in ancient
standing stones. The River Almond in the Sma' Glen is the ideal
place to rest and enjoy the special pleasures of this beautiful
area. On another stop, at Buchanty Spout, you can marvel at the
salmon battling the rocky rapids.
The Crieff and Muthill area is virtually unrivalled for recreation.
There are six golf courses and many challenging loch and rivers
for the avid angler. There are also numerous challenging and easy
St Fillans at the eastern end of Loch earn is another small resort
worth visiting, perhaps for a refreshment and a bite to eat.
Crieff, the main town in the area, was an important cattle trading
centre, to where Highland crofters would make long journeys, using
now forgotten drove roads through the hillsides, in order to trade
livestock at the huge market known as the " tryst." An especially
notable visitor was Bonnie Prince Charlie, who stayed in Crieff
on his final journey to defeat at the Battle of Culloden in 1746.
Today, the town is a bustling market town where you will find
a fine selection of specialist retailers. Crieff offers a rich
abundance of things to see and do.
In the vibrant town centre, Crieff Visitor Centre, Thistle Pottery,
Stuart Crystal and Glenturret Distillery are all well worth a
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