Perth is only 17 miles away and offers city attractions including a theatre. Perthshire has many and varied activities for all ages and interests. Great days out include the Famous Grouse Experience at Glenturret Distillery outside Crieff and Tullibardine Distillery at Blackford off the A9, which also has the Baxters experience retail outlet. Drummond Gardens at Muthill is a must to visit during the summer months with its stunning formal planting. This is a golfers paradise as the surrounding area has numerous golf courses, the town itself has four courses - 18 hole and a 9 hole - and Gleneagles is also close by. There are many historical places of interest such as the Ardunie Roman Signal Station, Blackhill Camp Roman site, Scone Palace, the Black Watch Museum and Huntingtower Castle. Nearby there are numerous lochs and rivers making ideal opportunities for fishing or canoeing. Glen Almond has wonderful country roads providing stunning scenery and marvellous cycling. A great day out is driving through the Sma Glen, Glen Quaich, visiting Aberfeldy and Loch Tay. Comrie is another lovely village to visit and the Auchingarrach Wildlife Centre has activities for all the family from soft play to fly fishing ponds ponds. Fowlis Wester is a tiny village that is in an area heaving with ancient sites such as cup and ring marked rocky outcrops, hill forts and stone circles. The hills and mountains start to become rugged to the North and West of Crieff, this is due to the Highland Fault Line - a natural fault dividing Scotland’s lowlands to the south and the highlands to the north. There are numerous forest tracks, marked walks, cycle ways/trails to explore and Munro’s to climb within this area. Crieff makes the ideal location to explore Central Scotland and in particular stunning Perthshire.