Situated at the foot of the Falls of Bruar near Blair Atholl, the House of Bruar appears more like a baronial castle than a store, but inside you’ll find one of the finest selections of luxury knitwear and gourmet produce on display in Scotland.
In Perth you can browse major high-street brands in St John’s Shopping Centre while McEwens, one of the UK’s last independently owned and family run department stores offers an exceptional range of high quality, affordable products.
The Scottish Antique & Arts Centre in Abernyte is an Aladdin's cave of bygone treasures, featuring furniture, gifts and collectables from more than 125 antique dealers. Browse the vast array of antiques, pick up local produce in the gourmet food hall, or enjoy a bite to eat in the excellent Cafe Circa.
You can also stock up on fresh, seasonal local produce at farm shops and food stores like The Courtyard Shop, a delicatessen in Kenmore that offers a tantalising selection of regional specialties, and indulge your sweet tooth on a visit to Legends of Grandtully, an artisan chocolatier near Aberfeldy.
Some of the region’s other unique, independent merchants include Piob Mhor where you can purchase an authentically woven tartan kilt, and Cairncross of Perth, a historic jewellers that specialises in Scottish freshwater pearls.
Take a look at the listings below and learn more about shopping in Perthshire.