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  • Ferntower Rd

    Crieff,

    Perthshire,

    PH7 3LQ

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Dining at Crieff Hydro Hotel

Choice isn’t just about your starter and main at Crieff Hydro. Whether you’re looking for formal dining, a relaxed family-friendly meal or a quick bite, you’ll find something to please even the fussiest of eaters.

High ceilings, enormous windows and rich colours – the Meikle specialises in classic British food with a 21st century twist created by 3 times Scottish Chef of Year, Bruce Price.

The French-inspired Brasserie is brilliant for simple delicious food for all the family at any time of the day - and they make a superb cocktail!Crieff Hydro afternoon tea

“Focaccia”, “Margherita”, “Tiramisu”. Somehow, food tastes better in Italian. Piccolo Brasserie is big on pizzas, pasta and value, making it the perfect place to relax with family.

The Victorian Winter Garden is as much about fresh, local flavours as it is about light and location – there are spectacular views across the Strathearn valley. It’s also the home to a range of afternoon teas – from champagne to Hendricks – the choice is yours!

The recently transformed Hub is great for grabbing lunch on the go. Come dinner time, the hub becomes to home to the gastro pub inspired menu and Brewdog beer.

The Clubhouse is the family (and canine) friendly spot for lunch, dinner or simply a light snack after an adrenaline packed adventure at Action Glen.

It’s a good idea to book on 01764 655 555, their restaurants are popular with hotels and locals alike. 

Dive In!

Swimming has a host of fantastic health benefits and is a great way to lose weight and reduce the risk of heart disease, type-2 diabetes and more. And with pools located throughout Perthshire, there's never been a better time to dive in!

Circus Tots

A few weeks ago I came across the brand new ‘Circus Tots’ class, held on Friday mornings near Inveralmond. Freya knows no bounds at the moment when it comes to climbing, swinging and generally flinging herself off things, so I knew she’d love it.

Cannae Beat a Ceilidh

Live Active Leisure has launched a new ceilidh fitness class at Bell's Sports Centre. The six-week block gets underway on 1st September and is guaranteed to be great fun as well as good exercise.

Call for Young Performers

The team behind Perth Theatre's homecoming panto is on the lookout for talented young performers aged between 9 and 13 to star in the 2017 production of Aladdin.

Sing and Sign

Classes that help babies use gestures to communicate, especially helpful in reducing that oh-so-familiar build-up of frustration from not being understood by mum and dad!

Benefits of Weight Training

Many people go to the gym but neglect to do weight training sessions and focus just on cardio. There are multiple health benefits when you train with weights in the gym, including lowering your risk of diseases, improving your mental health and preventing back pain.

Tri and Tri Again

Robert Harrison may be 45-years-old, but the Blairgowrie resident continues to compete in triathlons to a very high standard. The school teacher is one of Perthshire's elite sportspeople and part of the Live Active Talented Athlete scheme.

Glendoick Garden Centre

A one-stop Christmas Wonderland where you can park up, pop in and find the perfect gift for the whole family.

Christmas at 63 Tay Street

Enjoy a festive meal in an award winning restaurant, recognised for the exceptional food, wine list and the hard working team.

Perth Racecourse

It’s nearly time for the Big Christmas Cracker Party Nights at Perth Racecourse and this year they’re going bigger and better!