Local Services / Attractions
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Other attractions further afield ...
This is a (non-exhaustive!) list of other attractions in the area.
We provide an information book in the chalet which contains details of
- Peel Farm Local Cafe and Farm Shop - coffee highly recommended!
- Golf - There are 2
new courses next to Alyth (Glenisla and Strathmore) both open to
- Meigle Museum of
Celtic Stones (Scotland's most impressive collection)
- Kirriemuir -
Birthplace of James Barrrie - a small cottage in the town preserved as a
- Glamis - the Castle
(where the Queen Mother was brought up), and theAngus folk museum.
- Dunkeld - Visit the
cathedral beside the river Tay, and the NTS Little Houses.
- Loch of the Lowes -
where the ospreys nest every year. There is a hide and a wildlife centre
run by the Scottish Wild Life Trust
- The Hermitage - a
woodland walk with some beautiful trees just beyond Dunkeld.
- House of Dun - on
the way to Montrose. A NTS property which has been beautifully restored
and has a lot to look at.
- Perth - an
attractive and historic town on the river Tay, with Scone Palace nearby,
and Branklyn garden in Perth itself.
- Dundee - Visit
Scott's ship Discovery, see the Tay Bridges.
- Pitlochry - The
festival theatre puts on different plays during the summer season.
- Blair Atholl -
Castle, gardens, pony-trekking
- House of Bruar -
excellent shopping, and with a restaurant/food hall
- Brechin - Caledonian Railway, Brechin Castle Centre