Dunkeld and Birnam is an area of outstanding natural beauty with an amazing historical and cultural heritage. Dunkeld has traditionally been seen as the gateway to the Highlands of Scotland and is certainly one of the best preserved historic towns in Scotland. There is a fantastic choice of outdoor pursuits, walks, rides and days out in breathtaking surroundings. Dunkeld and Birnam are dynamic communities with a lively arts and music scene, great places to eat or spend the evening and quality independent shops and galleries. Here are some useful links to help you plan your visit.
www.dunkeldandbirnam.org.uk (everything you need to know about Dunkeld & Birnam)
www.fishpal.com/Scotland/Tay (book fishing on the Tay)
www.birnaminstitute.com (Beatrix Potter exhibition & shop, café and a great arts programme)
www.activekidadventurepark.co.uk (a day out for the little ones)
www.blair-castle.co.uk (seat of the Dukes of Atoll)
www.naelimits.co.uk (outdoor adventure)
www.highlandsafaris.net (Highland wildlife tours and a great café & shop)
www.edradour.com (local whisky distillery)
www.progressionbikesscotland.com (local bike hire)
www.scottishquads.co.uk (local quad biking & adventure tours)
www.scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk/reserve/loch-of-the-lowes (local wildlife reserve with osprey’s)
www.dunkeldandbirnamgolfclub.co.uk (the local golf course)
www.ski.visitscotland.com (all the Scottish Ski news)
If there’s a particular visit, tour or activity you’d like to arrange for your stay in Perthshire, and you’d like help with making contacts or finding out more information, please call us on 01350 727447.