Stuart Crystal has a factory shop in the town. If you are travelling from far and distant lands, or even just nationally they will organise postage and packing as well as insurance on your glassware.
If you are the more active type with adventure pursuits being your preferred pastime there are some beautiful on and off road tracks in the area. Crieff Hydro with it's leisure centre has an off road 4x4 track for either quad bikes or 4x4 vehicles. Guests of Bed and Breakfasts can hire these vehicles. If you wish to become even more ambitious you can always opt for Cliff jumping or white water rafting. Fancy a microlight flight in just an hour you can be soaring the heights over the B&B. Any information on the above can be obtained from a Bed and breakfast in Crieff.
For a super family outing from Crieff the Highland Adventure Safari Park near Stirling is a day to remember. From the very young to the very old there is something for everyone. A boat trip round Chimp island the monkey-puzzle slide, the wild animal enclosure, and so so many more; in fact when you are with the wild animals you almost feel as if you are in Africa. The seals put on a show, and there are amusements of all kinds. Why not take a Picnic Basket. The added bonus for all of this is that Crieff is only 30 minutes away by car.
Another family outing is Auchengarrich wildlife centre, this again is about 20 minutes drive away from a B&B in Crieff and is situated just outside the picturesque village of Comrie, where there are many beautiful walks and tiny shops to browse in.
This small village is most quaint and has some excellent "watering holes".
The famous Drummond Gardens where excerpts of the film Rob Roy Macgregor were filmed lies just a mile out of Crieff, and is open daily from May to September. Take a picnic with you and sit in these picturesque surroundings whilst Crieff B&B's is preparing your return to ensure that you enjoy the maximum comfort you would wish for on holiday.
There are many beautiful walks all around the area. The Grampian Mountains with their unspoilt glens can be seen from the of Crieff and right on our doorstep and many scenic walks. These can either be in the hills are along the river or even round the famous Loch Turret where some of the best Mountain water flows to make some of the finest Malt whisky. The walks range for all abilities but the one thing they have in common is that they are a nature lover's dream.
The North Sea coastline and the Tay River Estuary are both within a quick drive from Crieff, and once in these areas you are witnessing some of the most spectacular scenery within the British Isles.
Loch Earn is situated a 20 minute drive from Crieff and should the weather be kind to you, the tiny village of St Fillans is a must with it's splendid views over Loch Earn. In the warm summer months a variety of water sports are available to you on the Loch.
In and around Crieff you will find a mixture of old and new market towns, as well as traditional coastal villages. Muthill with it's old Church, the Innertpeffery Library, Stirling with it's famous Wallace Monument, Castle, and even old town jail are a tiny portion of the towns and outings within striking distance.
Travel 17 miles North and you will come to the old capital of Scotland. Perth, - with all it's historical buildings and harbour is another entertaining day out and has something for all the family.
If you are a keen golfer you have arrived in heaven on earth. Within a ten-mile radius there is in excess of a dozen golf courses from the renowned Gleneagles to one of the most scenic nine hole golf courses at St Fillans. At Crieff tourist center you can purchase a green ticket, which entitles you to 5 rounds of golf at a vastly reduced rate. Should you require it we are always able to try and arrange tee times etc for you, at the course of your choice, if however you want to go to the home of golf St. Andrews is only an hour away.
We welcome golfers on holiday at our bed and breakfast, and are sure you would enjoy a golfers break in Perthshire.
Gleneagles boasts as one of the best hotels in the world in fact the G8 summit in 2005 was held there. Delegates from all over the world flocked to this historic venue, why not do the same, whilst staying in Crieff you can enjoy all the activities that Gleneagles has to offer. Golf is goes without saying, - falconry, croquet, horse riding clay pigeon shooting and a host of other outdoor pursuits.
Are you a fisherman? Sit down on the banks of the river Earn and enjoy some of Scotland's best fishing, in fact some of the best fishing in the UK. During the fishing season you find many many people trying their luck on the riverbank. In the evening return to your B and B with your party. If you are lucky she is always willing to "serve you your catch"
Crieff is very central and within an hour one can be in either Edinburgh Glasgow, St. Andrews or Dundee. Day trips as far afield as Iona are more than possible. Any information you would wish for can be obtained either from Crieff Tourist Board or your B&B.
Crieff being very central draws people from all over the world. Morrison's Academy and Ardvrek, Glenalmond and Dollar are just a few of the local well known schools within the vicinity. Many foreigners send their children here for an example of what British Education can be.