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Glenae B&B, Crieff, Perthshire

Glenae B&B
Ewanfield
Crieff
Perthshire

PH7 3DA | View map

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Situated in the bustling market town of Crieff, Glenae is the perfect base for your Highland adventure. The interior of this stunning Victorian property has been professionally transformed into a boutique-style Bed and Breakfast, ofering a distinctive mix of traditional and modern design with touches of luxury. Eachroom has been designed to offer an elegant, sophisticated retreat after a day of advneture and exploration. With sumptuous fabrics and furnishings collected from across the Continents, immerse yourself in another world. Crieff is known as the gateway to the Highlands and is the perfect, central location for discovering Scotland. The town is just an hour's drive away from Edinburgh and Glasgow and is ideally situated for fishing, golfing, walking, and cycling holidays. The area is rich in heritage and has a wealth of history with many intersting places to visit including the Famous Grouse Glenturret Distillery. Golf features heavily in Perthshire. and golf courses are plentiful, ranging from Crieff's own 18-hole course to the renouned Gleneagles course, only 8 miles away. From Romantic Getaways to activity packed breaks, Crieff has much to offer. With stunning scenery aplenty you will look for excuses to escape the hurly burly and sample the beauty that is rural Perthshire. Karenina and Neil look forward to welcoming you to Glenae

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