Round Loch Tay

Head for Lochearnhead, passing along the north shore of Loch Earn, then take the direction of Crianlarich, turning right to Killin, where you will find the Falls of Dochart, and the Breadalbane Folklore Centre.

Driving along the North shore of Loch Tay gives you great, open views of splendid Highland scenery. The Visitor Centre at Ben Lawers gives you details of the natural history of the area.
At the south side of the Loch, near Kenmore, at the eastern tip of Loch Tay, you will find the Crannog Centre.

Visit a great chocolate artisan further along the shore at Charlotte Flowers chocolates.

You can either go on to Aberfeldy or return to Crieff via the remote and frequently single-tracked Glen Quaiche Road. This route brings you back by the beautiful Sma’ Glen.

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We are the owners of Galvelmore House, where we offer B&B and Self-catering accommodation in the heart of Crieff. In Perthshire, Scotland. Katy does mosaic, which features throughout the house and garden, and David does Dry stone dyking
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