Comrie and Crieff offer a wide range of activities, golf clubs, Comrie Croft bike hire, walks, fishing and cycling. The annual Comrie Fortnight event attracts large numbers of visitors and the Crieff Hydro Hotel is a popular spa resort and activity centre. If you are looking for self catering holiday accommodation we have a selection of cottages, lodges and luxury holiday homes in the area, including pet friendly places to stay.
Did you know? Comrie is also known as the ‘Shaky Toun’. Due to its position astride the Highland Boundary Fault it experiences frequent earthquakes. In the 1830s around 7,300 tremors were recorded and today Comrie records earthquakes more often, and to a higher intensity, than anywhere else in the United Kingdom. Comrie became the site of one of the world’s first seismometers in 1840, and a functional replica is still housed in the ‘Earthquake House’ in The Ross in Comrie.