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Positioned on the A85, some 18 miles west of Perth and enveloped by magnificent Perthshire scenery, the bustling country town of Crieff enjoys a long and rich history as the capital of Strathearn, as a centre for industry and commerce and as a favourite holiday destination for generations of Scots, not to mention visitors from around the globe. It’s here the lowland landscape meets the highland terrain to create stunning natural surroundings.

Right on your doorstep

The traditional market town supports a diverse array of local, independent shops, art galleries and businesses, as well as various cafes, traditional pubs and fine-dining restaurants. These are supplemented with Co-op and Aldi supermarkets, which are right on your doorstep at Fairview Gardens, plus more extensive retail in nearby Perth. The town has been a popular tourist spot since the nineteenth century, when it became a renowned wellness retreat nestled in the breathtaking countryside. Crieff Hydro first opened its doors in 1868 and is still owned and managed by descendants of its founder, Dr Meikle. Over the years it has been transformed from a hydropathic spa into one of Scotland’s premier Highland resorts.

Time to play

Crieff is also home to The Glenturret Distillery one of Scotland’s oldest distilleries and The Innerpeffray Library (est. 1680) Scotland’s oldest lending library. While the surrounding Highland and Lowland landscape is a playground for outdoor enthusiasts, the town also boasts various public parks and green spaces along the River Earn and Barvick Burn, as well as several prestigious golf courses. The world- famous Gleneagles Golf Resort is just a twenty-minute drive away. In addition to local bus services, the town is served by convenient rail links to all major cities from nearby Gleneagles station.

Stay connected

Fairview Gardens is perfectly placed for work and travel. Due to its unique location, the road network that connects to Scotland’s six other cities meets in Perth. It is an easy driving distance to Edinburgh and Glasgow, as well as Aberdeen and Inverness, making it perfect for a daily commute. A reliable bus network connects local towns and nearby Perth and Dunblane where the train stations link you with the rest of Scotland and the UK. You can be wherever you need, or want to be.

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