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December

What's On in Perthshire This Month

Santa and Reindeer Day in Dunkeld

The Dunkeld and Birnam Santa Day is one of the best Christmas events in Scotland. On Saturday 8 th December 2018 Santa and his Reindeer are coming to town......

At 1pm Santa and his Reindeer lead the festive parade from Birnam Hotel over the bridge into Dunkeld and Santa' Grotto. Dunkeld & Birnam'  Christmas Market is full of wonderful crafts, gifts and local produce, with hot refreshments available, including hot chocolate with marshmallows and cream. More >

 

Pitlochry Christmas Festival - Saturday 1st December 2018

The Pitlochry Christmas Festival is kicking off the Christmas season with a fun afternoon for all the family. For the younger visitor there will be storytelling and a mini Highland Games. For grown ups and older children, there will be special offers in shops and cafes, a BBQ at Fisher’s Hotel, street entertainment and market stalls. The Finale of the day will be the switch on of the lights on Fisher’s Hotel Christmas Tree at 4pm. More >

 

Perth Christmas & Craft Market 12 December

Outdoor market with stalls selling arts & crafts, artisan food, plants and shrubs and food to go. Community Stage featuring local acts and groups, Horne' Pleasure Rides, Street Food and Street Entertainers. More > 

Guest Review

“Cruck Cottage- compact and also cosy and convenient. An ideal base for our week’s walking in Perthshire. The Birks of Aberfeldy and the Hermitage walks were highlights of our stay. Town House in Aberfeldy excellent for an evening meal” Vic & Eleanor, Cumbria

Cruck Cottage

Guest Review

Many thanks for a really enjoyable holiday at Drumchorry. We had a great weekend - you even provided fantastic weather!!

Drumchorry Cottage

Guest Review

The views from the farmhouse are absolutely incredible and likely to be long remembered. The farmhouse itself is very spacious. It's well worth taking both the road through Glen Lyon as well as the road past Ben Lawers as both offer spectacular scenery. Oh, and we would definitely recommend a stop at the Glen Lyon Tea Room.

Craigeanie Farmhouse