Clunskea self catering, Strathardle.
Self Catering Strathardle

With Clunskea as your base there's a wealth of things to see and do, no matter what your interests there is something for everyone.

  • Eating out.
    For when you wish to eat out. Nearby Pitlochry offers a wide range but also at Kirkmichael there's a good choice.
  • Touring and site seeing.
    You can quickly reach many interesting areas such as Aberfeldy and Kenmore by Loch Tay; Glenshee and the Angus glens, including Glen's Isla, Prossen and Clova or up by Loch Tummel to the famous Queens View.
  • Theatre.
    Pitlochry has the much respected Pitlochry Festival Theatre with a full programme of plays and concerts. There is also the long established Perth Theatre.
  • Walking.
    Strathardle is the perfect walking area. Join up with the Cateran Trail a mile down the road from Clunskea, that will take you over to Spittal of Glenshee in one direction or back the trail towards Kirkmichael (ultimately to Blairgowrie) in the other direction.
  • Cycling.
    Whether touring or mountain bike there's plenty of scope on or off the the quiet roads in the area.
  • Wildlife.
    Lots and lots of wildlife. With deer a plenty, birds and for Plantlife just take a short stroll down the road to Brerachan Meadow sssi (site of special scientific interest). Nearby Kindrogan Field Centre offers many wildlife related courses.
  • Archaeology.
    Strathardle and surrounding area has its fair share of archaeological sites. From standing stones to castles such as Whitefield Castle above Kirmichael or ancient and noted dwellings at Pitcarmick.
  • Gardening.
    For gardening enthusiasts there is Dirnanean House at Enochdu in Strathardle. Further afield Cluny Gardens and Bolfrack near Aberfeldy are well worth a visit.
  • Photography.
    Strathardle alone will offer a wealth of photographic opportunities, whatever your subject interest.
  • Nothing.
    Put your feet up, read a book, laze about and enjoy a relaxing time.

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