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Crieff Hotels and Guest Houses

Crieff Armoury
Drill Hall, Meadow Pl, Crieff, PH7 4DU
   +44 (0)1764 655392
Single from: £120.00
Double from: £120.00
per room per night
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Avonlea Self-Catering
17 Hill Street, Crieff, PH7 3BU
   +44 (0)7733 445568
Single from: £80.00
Double from: £80.00
per room per night
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The Tower Gastro Pub & Apartments
81 East High Street, Crieff, PH7 3JA
   +44 (0)1764 650050
Single from: £72.00
Double from: £72.00
per room per night
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Firtree Bed and Breakfast at Galvelbeg House
Galvelbeg House, Perth Road, Crieff, PH7 3EQ
   +44 (0)1764 655061
Single from: £45.00
Double from: £95.00
per room per night
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Perth Road, Crieff, PH7 3EQ
   +44 (0)1764 655205
Single from: £69.00
Double from: £100.00
per room per night
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The Murray Park Hotel
Connaught Terrace, Crieff, PH7 3DJ
   +44 (0)1764 658000
   E-mail Establishment
Single from: £75.00
Double from: £202.50
per room per night
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Crieff Hydro
Ferntower Rd, Crieff, PH7 3LQ
   +44 (0)1764 655555
Single from: £79.00
Double from: £321.00
per room per night
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Crieff, which is also called Craoibh in the Scottish version of the Gaelic language, meaning tree, is a market town that is located in Scotland on Perth and Kinross. Crieff is close to the A85 road and to the sea, which makes it an ideal location to stay in for people who want to have as many options as possible, so that when things get boring they will be able to take a bus and go for a day at sea. Crieff is close to Perth and to Crianlarich, which means while staying in Crieff you will be able to take a short ride in a car or a bus, and reach those cities and enjoy their activities and fairs, and you and your family will have a lot more to do during your vacation.

Crieff is a tourism hub, but it started as a market town that prospered on whiskey and cattle sales. Nowadays tourists can visit various points of interest and learn about the local history and about how Scotland developed over the years. Those points of interest include the Caithness Glass Visitor Centre, which is a cut glass crystal that used to be manufactured in Scotland as early as 1867. They stopped manufacturing the glass around the year 2006, but many different examples of that type of glass are present throughout the town and Scotland itself.

The crystal company, Caithness Glass, was used for many different types of glassware and accessories - from bottles to glasses to bells.

Another point of interest includes the Glenturret Distillery, which is a single malt distillery that is located at the banks of the Turret river, just two miles off of Crieff. The area in which the distillery is located in, is famous for its history of use as lookout points for smugglers, and for the place in which illegal alcohol beverages were made in.

Another point of interest includes the Innerpeffray Library, which was established as early as 1680, and is the oldest lending library in the entire area of Scotland. The library is right next to another famous place - the St. Mary's Chapel which was established as early as the year 1508. The library and chapel are still open to the public, and are still standing, and both are in the care of people who intend on preserving it as part of Crieff's and Scotland's legacy and history.

Crieff is famous for it being mentioned in the poem of poet William McGonagall, who advised visitors to go to Crieff if they wanted to visit happy and picturesque places.

Crieff is also famous for hosting the Crieff Highland Games, which offer music and dancing competitions as well as features of strength. This events takes place each year in Crieff.

Crieff also boast being the birth place or residence, or both, of many famous people. People such as actors Denis Lawson, Saul Marron and Ewen McGregor, as well as oscar winner Neil Paterson, who won the Oscar as a screenwriter. Neil Paterson later died in Crieff during the year 1995.

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We hope you find suitable Crieff accommodation. You can book cheap hotels, guest houses or Crieff bed and breakfasts from the list above. Enjoy your stay in Crieff hotels.

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