Comrie is a village in Perthshire, west of Crieff.
The village sits in the middle of Glen Lednock and Glen Artney. Comrie has a range of local shops with places to stay and eat out.
Comrie is a previous winner of the Best Large Village award from Britain in Bloom and is a conservation village. Its geological position on the Highland Boundary Fault has caused it to experience more earth tremors than anywhere else in the UK. You can see a replica of the world’s first seismometer, installed in 1874, at the tiny Earthquake House nearby at Dalrannoch.
Near-by, Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre, set in the Perthshire hills, houses a variety of exotic and more familiar wildlife, and is well worth a visit.
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