Isle of Murray is a self catering holiday accommodation in Gilmerton, a short walk from the Crieff Hydro estate. Dog friendly and sleeping 4 guests there are many activities in the area, such as golf, walks, fishing and only 2 miles from Crieff with a great selection of shops, restaurants and theatres.
Crieff the local town which is a five minute journey away is steeped in history. The name Crieff is derived from craobh, the Gaelic for “among the trees” it was first sited in documents dating from the 12th century and was granted its charter in 1218. It is commonly known as a drovers’ town through the years and the well known Rob Roy visited the town on many occasions, usually to sell cattle. The local area celebrates this with the well attended annual Drovers Tryst which runs in mid October, offering many events and activities. There is a variety of shops, art gallery and places to eat out, and excellent variety of walks in stunning countryside, both short and more challenging.