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Nearby Perth, less than 30 minutes east, has plenty to do, from shopping to evening entertainment.
Catch a film at the Perth Playhouse, an art deco cinema that opened in 1933. It took only nine weeks to build and despite alterations in the 1970s and 1980s, it still has many of its original art deco features.
Learn about life in Perthshire throughout the ages at the Perth Museum and Art Gallery. Its fascinating permanent exhibitions chart the area's natural and social history, while its changing exhibitions draw on the museum's art, archaeology, human and natural history collections.
The Deanston Distillery has been open since 1785 when it was originally a cotton mill. As times went on the cotton mill slowly stopped business and the distillery was opened formally in 1967, where business has been running ever since. Open to the public, there are a variety of tours for you to take part in, such as chocolate and whisky tasting tours, or a simple tour of the business. With whiskies available to purchase from the distillery, you'll find a delicious selection of malts for you to choose from. Deanston Distillery is only a half an hour drive from our Tigh Mor Trossachs accommodation and the venue often holds events to enjoy during your visit.
Loch Lomond is an hour's drive from our accommodation in Trossachs, making it the perfect location for a day out with the family or for a romantic walk. There are plenty of activities to take part in on land and water. For land lovers you can take a walk around the park, go on a cycle ride, horse ride and even play a round of golf! If you enjoy the water then you can have a go at canoeing, sailing, water skiing, swimming and even relax with a spot of fishing. There really is something for everyone!
Our Tigh Mor Trossachs accommodation is situated right on the verge of Loch Achray, giving you breathtaking views of the lake as well as the grassy hills and mountains. The sheltered location of Loch Achray makes it a popular spot for anglers fishing for brown trout as the loch is fresh water. The loch is just a short walk from the accommodation, allowing you to enjoy the views on your way to the water's edge.
If you're feeling adventurous, head for Nae Limits, which is a 45-minute drive from Gleneagles. The company offers activities on land and in water, such as whitewater rafting, canyoning, adventure tubing and sphereing.
Equally active, the Blair Castle trekking centre is set in the castle's grounds, next to the deer park. The centre opened in the 1950s to provide summer work for the ponies used to carry stags and grouse in the sporting season. It's approved by the Trekking and Riding Society of Scotland (TRSS).
Head 36 miles north from Gleneagles to the castle of the Menzies clan. The name is probably Norman, with the family coming from Mesnieres near Rouen. They established themselves in Scotland when they were granted lords in the 12th century, in exchange for military service.
Beyond that, 10 miles north of Pitlochry, the House of Bruar is a good place to shop for some of Scotland's finest produce, clothing and rural artwork. There's something for everyone, from traditional Scottish tweed to food hampers.
Of course, some of Scotland's best-known produce is its fish. The Scottish Fisheries Museum is slightly further afield, situated on the harbour front in Anstruther on the east coast. It's the heart of the Fife fishing community and the museum, which opened in 1969, tells the story of fishing in Scotland.
Tigh Mor Trossachs is part of the Holiday Property Bond's growing portfolio of outstanding holiday properties throughout the UK and Europe, imaginatively created over 32 years to combine "home from home" comfort with total relaxation. Currently the portfolio features 35 holiday developments, all in stunningly beautiful locations across 13 countries, with over 1,400 individual villas, apartments and cottages.
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