When you have finished your time with us at Crieff Golf Club or for the benefit of your non golfing family and friends, we have put together some suggestions on how to get the most out of your visit here. There really is so much to see and do in and around our little town, with something that will appeal to everyone.
If shopping is your thing then Crieff has it all – offering the discerning shopper gift solutions, artisan food, exclusive clothing and footwear, to everyday essentials and services.
You will be impressed with the choice if you are looking for a unique, beautiful gift to take home – Blue Spirit, The Loft, Carnelian Crafts, Crieff Visitor Centre and At Home Gifts have fabulous ranges to guarantee that you won't leave empty handed.
Our delicatessens are bursting with exciting, locally sourced fresh food, coffees, confectionary and anything else you can think of – head to McNees and The Crieff Food Co. to see all their mouth watering produce.
For visiting fashionistas you will be extremely tempted by the quality labels available in our three boutiques, C'est La Vie, Valentines and Cee Gee's. Each offers beautiful clothes, shoes and accessories for all tastes and sizes.
There are a staggering 30 places to eat in and around Crieff, with menus and settings to suit all tastes and ages. If you are in the mood for more formal dining – Yann’s and Barley Bree offer award winning food with locally sourced ingredients. For a more relaxed and equally delicious menu, we recommend Delivino with it’s great vibe and contemporary mediterranean food, it is inviting for both adults and families. If your thing is traditional, home cooked food for all the family with space for the children to let of some steam, Crieff Visitor Centre, The Tower, The Meadow Inn and Murraypark Hotel are the places to go. This is just a small selection, the options go on and on.
Things to do
Crieff Hydro is just a few minutes walk from Crieff Golf Club where a plethora of activities and restaurants await you. Every age group and adrenalin need is covered, including quad biking, horse riding, segways, laser quest, high wires.
The town is the proud location of Macrosty Park, a Crieff attraction for over 100 years which boasts a sizeable children’s play area, a Victorian bandstand, picnic areas, a café all amongst a beautiful area of trees and waterways.
The Glenturret Distillery is Scotland’s oldest working distillery, it is home to The Famous Grouse and is just a few minutes drive from Crieff Golf Club. It’s doors are open to visitors, where you are invited to improve your whisky knowledge and indulge in some tastings as part of the Famous Grouse Experience tour.
A huge array of accommodation choices are available in Crieff from the simple to the sumptious, the independent staying to having your every whim taken care of.
Monzie Estate provides luxury self catering cottages within it’s stunning historic country estate. Each property is beautifully styled by the owner who, as a soft furnishings maestro, has made sure you have the most tasteful and comfortable of welcomes.
The Fir Tree is just a 30 second stroll from the club and provides high quality accommodation and tasty breakfasts using home made or locally sourced products.
Since it’s opening in 2016 Lovat House Bed and Breakfast has secured it’s reputation as an affordable, comfortable and very welcoming place to stay, meaning this and their famous pancakes keep guests returning time and time again.
Knock Castle Hotel and Spa is your escape from it all retreat. A luxurious, traditional Scottish welcome awaits you. With fabulous dining, relaxing spa facilities, located in a beautiful setting, this hotel has a treat in store for you.
Crieff Hydro and it's sister hotel Murray Park are perfect options if you want doorstep activities galore and a varied choice of restaurants without leaving the vicinity.
Everything mentioned above is just a snapshot of what is waiting for you in Crieff. Why not take advantage of a unique, free service Crieff offers to it’s visitors, a tailor made itinerary for your time here. Based on your group’s ages, likes and the weather etc, it will promise to make sure you see, taste and do the best that Crieff has to offer. Please call 07791 412759 for further details