Escape the stresses of everyday life and soak up the spectacular surroundings with a relaxing retreat to Braidhaugh Holiday Park.

Located on the River Earn, a short distance from the centre of Crieff, the surrounding scenery is truly stunning and an ideal base for both couples and families alike.

As a beloved holiday destination dating back to Victorian times, The Crieff area is rich in history and boasts some fantastic spots worthy of a visit and numerous opportunities to enjoy local cuisine. Braidhaugh Holiday Parks offers everything you could need in a holiday home destination.

With our luxury self-catering accommodation, fantastic on-site facilities and wide range of on and off-site activities, there is plenty to do and go see.


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At Braidhaugh, we offer a wide variety of self-catering accommodation choices from Glamping to lodges with hot tubs and hookups for touring caravans and motorhomes.

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Braidhaugh Holiday Park is situated near to Crieff’s historic market town outskirts beside the banks of the River Earn in Perthshire, Scotland. The central location of the Park gives holidaymakers a real taste of Scotland and the beauty of the Highlands as well as exposure to Scotland’s rich history.

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Sports Activities in Scotland

Braidhaugh Holiday Park is situated in the heart of Perthshire, making it the perfect location for sporting activities.

Scotland may be most famous for its golf courses but the country also has many other sports to offer, and Crieff is the home to many of them.

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Tourist Attractions in Scotland


The Crieff and Strathearn area offers a great range of activities for everyone, no matter what your holiday agenda.

From visiting the Glenturret Distillery and the Grand Victorian Spa to golfing, fishing, mountain biking and horseback riding, Braidhaugh
is the perfect location to enjoy a relaxing and cultural Scottish holiday.

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