If you're looking for something really special for your well-deserved short breaks or vacations in Scotland, have we got some fantastic Perthshire locations for you!

Midweek breaks, weekend breaks, leisure breaks, romantic breaks, Christmas & New Year Breaks and lots more - with the emphasis on relaxation and rejuvenation in a great selection of destinations throughout Perthshire - at its most beautiful in autumn - very aptly described as 'Autumn Gold' - but stunning all throughout the year with colours changing as the seasons.

So do enjoy a look round the section to help you select your next stay in Perthshire. Choose our key resorts on the right for more information.


Aberfeldy has been a popular touring centre for the past two centuries. The Birks are worth visiting and only require a short stroll from a car park on the A826 or a slightly longer walk from the town following the Moness Burn. Read more


There's no better place to base your golf holiday in Scotland than Alyth, Scotland 's golfing centre. In and around Alyth itself there are three superb 18-hole courses: Alyth Golf Club, Strathmore Golf Centre and Glenisla Golf Course, which offer varied and challenging golf. Read more


Blairgowrie lies at the heart of raspberry growing country and is also a main accommodation and facilities centre for the Glen Shee Ski Resort 24 miles (39km) to the north. Read more

Blair Atholl

The village of Blair Atholl is one of the last Perthshire outposts before going north through the Grampians at the Drumochter Pass. It is popular for holidays, hill-walking, hunting and fishing. Blair Atholl Mill in the village centre is a rebuilt corn mill where you can follow the various stages of the process. Read more

Blair Atholl


Crieff is situated on the southern slope of an impressive wooded hill, the Knock, on the physical and cultural boundary between the Scottish Highlands and the Lowlands. Read more


Tucked away at the foot of thickly wooded hills, you will discover one of Scotland 's gems - the cathedral town of Dunkeld. And that's not all! Resting on the opposite bank of the river Tay is the Victorian village of Birnam. Read more

Town Killin


Loch Tay is 16 miles long and at its widest is more than a mile across. It runs from the south west (Killin) to the north east ( Kenmore ) and is flanked on either side by mountains. These include the Munros of Ben Lawers and Meall Greigh. Read more

Kinloch Rannoch

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Bounded by hills, Kinross enjoys a stunning setting at Perthshire's southern border. When you consider its close proximity to the splendour of the Perthshire Highlands, as well as Edinburgh and St Andrews, it is easy to understand why the area has established itself as a touring destination. Read more


Amidst the riot of colour which is Perthshire, lies the fair City of Perth. It was once the capital of Scotland, and just a few miles away at Scone Palace, the ancient kings of Alba were crowned on the Stone of Destiny. Read more

Town Perth
Town Pitlochry


A quite delightful Victorian town nestling in the Perthshire Highlands amidst some of the most beautiful scenery in Europe, Pitlochry has been a popular holiday resort for over a hundred years. Read more

What Makes Perthshire Great!

Spectacular Big Tree Country

Exciting Outdoor Adventure Activities

The 'Fair City' of Perth

Taking in the region's breathtaking variety, from its serene glens and endless expanses of lush forest, to its bleakly beautiful moors, rushing rivers and tumbling waterfalls, it's impossible to argue with Sir Walter Scott. Perthshire's scenery is truly awe-inspiring.