Things to see and do
Scotland’s longest enclosed glen, Glen Lyon, starts with Europe’s oldest living thing – the Fortingall yew tree. To reach these, you will be driving past Britain’s longest river, the River Tay (120 miles), and all within 20 minutes of Errichel.
If you are looking for gardens to visit, highland safaris, long or short walks through stunning scenery, antiques to browse and buy, or activity centres, a lovely bookshop and great coffee or afternoon tea, then look no further as all this is available less 30 minutes drive from the Errichel cottages – it really won’t matter whether it’s raining or the sun is shining. Our brief guides to local activities and links to activities further afield will give you lots of ideas of what to do while you are here.
Don’t forget to check our calendar of local events to make sure you don’t miss an opportunity to see Highland Games, a snowdrop walk, or Santa’s Grotto during your stay with us.
Check out our local guides (in pdf format):
- Antiquing and vintiquing (pdf)
- Gardens (pdf)
- Glen Lyon (pdf)
- Highland Games (pdf)
- Perth Festival (pdf)
- Snowdrop Festival (pdf)