Local Activities

Perthshire is known as the 'gateway to the highlands' and the landscape has it all: from rolling plains to soaring mountains, from lochs and glens, to rivers and waterfalls. Contained within that scenery is an abundance of stunning flora and fauna.
 Within this beautiful area lies a fascinating cultural history, which includes wonderful castles and palaces, standing stones and battlefields, monuments and art galleries. The cities of Perth and Stirling... READ MORE >  
If you are a golfer then the village has a wonderfully scenic 9 hole golf course and the golf club extends a warm welcome to visitors. It is Sandy Lyle’s favourite inland golf course - so it must be good! Other larger courses including Gleneagles (home of the 2014 Ryder Cup), Loch Lomond, St Andrews and Carnoustie are also within easy travelling distance.
St Fillans www.st-fillans-golf.com Tel 01764 685312
Crieff www.crieffgolf.co.uk... READ MORE >  
Water sports
Slipway access to launch boats available at local hotels for a small fee, access to launch small craft e.g. kayaks from our foreshore. READ MORE >  
Boating & Fishing
Fishing permits are available from the village shop or Drummond Boat Hire (see below). Guest can fish from our foreshore or within the bay from 6.30am till 6.pm during the fishing season. A 13 foot fishing boat (Orkney Spinner) may be available from your hosts for fishing or pleasure dependent on availability
Contact Drummond Boat Hire for a larger fishing boat www.drummondtroutfarm.co.uk 
Tel: 01567 830400 READ MORE >  
Walking & Hiking
Choose from numerous walks with magnificent views either on level ground or into the hills, whichever you prefer.
More detailed information regarding walks can be found on the St Fillans Community Council website www.stfillanscc.org.uk 
Local Munros ( hills over 3000 feet) are Ben Vorlich and Stuc A Croin. A few miles away is Ben Lawers. There are walks for all levels of ability on your doorstep.
Take a look at these websites :
www.exploreperthshire.co.uk READ MORE >  
For those who love mountain biking the local area has great off road trails and the Comrie Croft Centre ( mountain bike trails and bike hire) is only 6 miles away.
National cycle route 7 at Lochearnhead - www.sustrans.org.uk
Local railway path from Comrie to Lochearnhead - speak to hosts
Comrie Croft mountain bike trails and bike hire, an abundance of tracks and trails in the surrounding woodland
Tel 01764 670140 READ MORE >  
Places to Visit
Stirling Castle www.stirlingcastle.gov.uk
Wallace Monument  www.nationalwallacemonument.com
Bannockburn  www.battleofbannockburn.com
The Kelpies   www.thekelpies.co.uk
The Falkirk Wheel  www.thefalkirkwheel.co.uk
Blair Drummond Safari park  www.blairdrummond.com
Scone Palace  www.scone-palace.co.uk
Black Watch Museum  www.theblackwatch.co.uk
The Scottish Crannog Centre   www.crannog.co.uk
Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre   www.auchingarrich.co.uk
The Famous Grouse Experience (whisky)  www.experience.thefamousgrouse.com
House of Tartan  www.houseoftartan.co.uk READ MORE >  
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