Perched on the banks of the River Earn surrounded by stunning scenery, Braidhaugh Holiday Park is an ideal base for families and couples
Located close to the famous 19th century holiday destination of Crieff, a traditional Scottish market town, steeped in history and culture, Braidhaugh is perfect for those who want to explore the breath-taking location and relax and unwind.
Historic Towns and Villages
On our doorstep lies Crieff is a charming market town, steeped in history and home to the Famous Grouse Experience at Glenturret Distillery which lays claim to being one of Scotland’s oldest distilleries.
For another journey back in time visit the small village of Muthill, once an important religious centre, it is the site of a Celi De monastery. Whilst the village was largely destroyed in the 1715-1716 Jacobite rising, it boasts a rich history including over a hundred listed buildings.
Scottish Castles and Gardens
Braidhaugh Holiday Park is perfectly positioned amongst several famous Scottish castles, including Scone Palace, the iconic crowning place of Scottish Kings and Glamis Castle which dates back to 1372.
For arguably the finest formal gardens in Europe head to nearby Drummond Castle. The well-preserved gardens still include the ancient yew tree hedges and copper beech trees planted by Queen Victoria during her visit in 1842
Active and Outdoors
Situated less than an hour from our park, Go Ape! Offers an adventure-filled day fit for the whole family. Here you can whiz down two of Britain’s longest zip wires stretching over 400m and providing sweeping views of Queen Elizabeth Forest Park.
There are also a host of outdoor activities on our doorstep; lace up your boots and explore the numerous walking trails, tee-off at a local golf-course or fish for salmon and trout in the local rivers – license require to do so.
Arts and Culture
There are numerous galleries near Braidhaugh Holdiay Park including Cnoc Scottish Arts & Crafts Centre – one of Crieff’s top holiday attractions, offering local handmade arts and crafts for sale whilst the Stenhouse Gallery displays and sells Scottish artwork as well as housing a popular café..
Go on a Safari!
After being crowned ‘Best Visitor Experience’ in Scotland, Highland Safaris is a must-see attraction. A short drive from Braidhaugh, it offers the chance to enjoy a fully-guided wildlife safari whilst you ascend the 3,000 feet to Queen Victoria’s ‘Highland Paradise’.
Keep your camera close to hand as red and roe deer, red and black grouse, golden and sea eagles are frequently sighted!