A firm favourite with food lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, Crieff is a traditional Scots market town set amidst Perthshire’s stunning scenery.
The attractive and bustling town centre supports a wide range of family-run businesses offering the best of food and drink, clothing, gifts, crafts and arts. Over the past years Crieff has built a reputation for fine food with an amazing choice of cafés, coffee shops, restaurants for fine or casual dining.
A popular destination for tourists, Crieff’s attractions include the Caithness Glass Visitor Centre and The Famous Grouse Experience at Glenturret Distillery. Innerpeffray Library (established c. 1680), Scotland’s oldest lending library, is also nearby.
Crieff is the capital of Strathearn and has royal connections throughout history and with the current day. William and Catherine, Earl and Countess of Strathearn have visited the town and have sported the now famous Strathearn Tartan.