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Perthshire, the Ancient County of Perth Scotland straddles both the perthshire bed breakfast Scottish Highlands and Lowlands. The towns of Crieff, Comrie and Auchterarder in Strathearn, Perthshire, Scotland lie close to the centre of the country and where Lowlands meet Highlands. The First Settlers (7000 BC to 4000 BC)

After the end of the Ice Age 6000-5000 BC, the temperature gradually perthshire bed breakfast increased sufficiently allowing the return of plants and animals to the Scottish landmass. Of course it was not known as Scotland back then. It was possible for small groups of dwellers to reoccupy the country. Steeped in history from the earliest days. There is an iron-age fort on the Dun Knock and a 1st century Roman camp at Kincladie. Saint Serf perthshire bed breakfast is said to have killed a dragon here, and there is a thorn tree planted in Jacobite times as well as a monument to Maggie Wall, burnt as a witch in 1657. GlensheeGlenshee lies in the north eastern corner of Perthshire. The glen is sometimes known as the Glen of the Fairies as the name comes from the Gaelic word "shith" perthshire bed breakfast (pronounced "shee"), which means fairies. places to see in Perthshire

Strathardle runs from the east side of the Moulin moor through to Bridge of Cally. The glen has been populated since at least the iron age, and remains of iron age huts can still be seen in many places across the area. Situated just beside Dunkeld, the Hermitage is a National Trust for Scotland property on land which stretches up the River Braan from just off the A9. What was believed until recently to be the tallest tree in the UK stands in these woods. Then someone got round to measuring it and it lost its title to a tree in Moniack near Inverness. The car park for the Hermitage is well signposted from the A9 near Dunkeld. From the car park, walk under the railway bridge on either of the two paths and follow the riverside to a delightful stone bridge and victorian folly known as Ossian's Hall overlooking the waterfall.- The Scottish Crannog Centre features a unique reconstruction of an early Iron Age loch-dwelling, built by the Scottish Trust for Underwater Archaeology. This authentic recreation is based on the excavation evidence from the 2,600 year old site of 'Oakbank Crannog', one of the 18 crannogs preserved in Loch Tay, Scotland.A crannog is a type of ancient loch-dwelling found throughout Scotland and Ireland dating from 2,500 years ago. An important part of our heritage, many crannogs were built out in the water as defensive homesteads and represented symbols of power and wealth

whisky visit - Just three miles from the birth place of founder John Dewar, the Aberfeldy Distillery is the only distillery built by the Dewar family. Steeped in history and craftsmanship, since 1898 our stills have produced the beautifully balanced Single Malt whisky at the heart of Dewar's Scotch. Distillery tours take place throughout the day and include access to our atmospheric warehouse and heritage centre

Fair Maids House Visitor and Information Centre is fantastic if you have an enquiring mind and want answers to questions like “which countries make mobile phones?” or “Where are the hottest and coldest places on the earth?”.

You can watch the planet from space in the Earth room and see the continents evolve in the Education room, which is also where you can find out about the hottest and coldest countries. Huntingtower Castle - The oldest part of the splendid castle of Huntingtower is a 15th century keep, to which was added a 16th century tower house, and later a joining block, all still roofed.

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