The Crieff Hydro Hotel is located in a 900 acre estate with a Victorian pool, a9-hole par 3 golf course and more than 60 indoor and outdoor activities.
What makes a stay at Crieff Hydro unique?
For Scottish short breaks, a weekend away, self-catering or family holidays just an hour from Glasgow or Edinburgh, you'll find Crieff Hydro offers the broadest choice around. Couples can enjoy a relaxing break in a sumptuous room, access to the adults-only spa, and a selection of five places to eat and drink. Families can enjoy two free childcare sessions for their little ones. And with a selection of 60 indoor and outdoor activities within the 900 acres of wild blue yonder, you'll be spoilt for choice for things to do. Swimming pool, gym, spa, tennis courts, 18-hole golf course, activity centre and riding centre, the list goes on. On a segway, in the saddle (bicycle, quad bike or horseback - you choose) or even simply on foot, there's a variety of ways you can explore.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Crieff Hydro?
Satellite TVs and private bathrooms are included in the 4-star accommodation. The family-friendly rooms are lined with work desks and tea / coffee services, and all have trendy décor.
The impressive facilities include two swimming pools, driving courses off-road, tennis courts and a rifle range. There is also equestrian running, quad biking and water sports.
Crieff Hydro's luxurious adult-only spa includes an indoor pool, steam room, sauna, and spa bath. Guests will enjoy indulgent beauty treatments in the salon, or relax in the loungers by the pool.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Crieff area?
Crieff is a firm favourite of food lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, a traditional Scottish market town located in the midst of the breathtaking scenery of Perthshire.
The beautiful and vibrant town centre hosts a wide variety of family owned businesses providing the latest in food and beverage, clothes, gifts, crafts and arts. Over the past few years, Crieff has developed a reputation for fine food with an impressive range of cafés, coffee shops, fine-or casual dining restaurants.
A renowned tourist destination, Crieff's attractions include Glenturret Distillery's Caithness Glass Visitor Center and The Famous Grouse Experience. Very near by is Innerpeffray Library (established c. 1680), the oldest lending library in Scotland.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Crieff Hotel offers a range of dining options including a family-style Italian restaurant and bar. The Meikle Restaurant in the Grand Victorian Dining Room provides a more conventional experience.