Perthshire and Angus

There’s something for everyone in Perthshire and Angus. From hiking, golfing, fishing and Munro bagging, to the gentler enjoyment of nature watching, history and culture, every interest is catered for. 

You’ll find specialist shops with artisan crafts and antiques, farmers’ markets with a range of food and drink to delight your senses, and an abundance of restaurants and bars to revitalise you.  



Scotland is world renowned as the home of golf and our envious location boasts over 100 courses within an easy 45 minute drive. There are a mixture of the finest championship, links and parkland courses on your doorstep.

We have handpicked a fantastic selection of world famous courses and hidden gems which are sure to be a golfer’s delight.


Outdoor pursuits

From fishing and hunting to horse riding, nature watching and hill walking, there are endless opportunities to explore these stunning areas of Scotland. 

You can hike many of Scotland’s top Munros and ski in our mountains. Highland safaris, off road experiences and extreme sports showcase the best of Scotland’s natural landscape and are a must for those seeking more adventure. 


Food and drink

Whether you are looking for a light lunch or are keen to experience the skills of high quality chefs, it’s all here for you. 

For dining out, whatever the occasion, Perthshire and Angus cover all of your culinary needs.  And if you feel like making the most of your luxury fitted kitchen in your lodge, you’ll find the absolute best food choice in farmers markets and farm shops, with local distilleries producing wines, beers and whisky for your pleasure.


Nature and wildlife

Nature enthusiasts will be delighted with opportunities around Perthshire and Angus to spot ospreys, red kites, red squirrels, owls and stags.  

By the coast in Angus, you can look for seals, dolphins and seabirds and in the Cairngorm mountains, you might be lucky enough to spot Golden Eagles, wildcats, mountain hares and pine martens.


Castles, galleries and museums

Perthshire, Angus and beyond are known for magnificent castles that have shaped Scotland’s history.  Glamis Castle is only 15 minutes from Ruthven Falls, while the area’s galleries and museums offer a unique and immersive experience of times past.

The smaller museums are a joy too, covering areas such as eco villages, the heritage of the glens, steam rail and sculptured stones.


Culture, events and shopping

If sports and outdoor activities are not your thing, there’s plenty to keep you busy.  Shopping enthusiasts are well served, with large antiques centres, as well as lots of smaller independent craft shops.

The stunning architecture of the V&A Museum in Dundee holds the latest insights of contemporary art and design. The wider area also has a number of fantastic theatres and venues.