Things to do in Comrie

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Things to Do in Comrie

Top Attractions in Comrie

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  • u08cad
    3 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Such a good walk for spotting red squirrels. Fabulous views. Well worth it. Love Comrie such a friendly village.
    Written 17 November 2023
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  • Vicky B
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    My little boy had a brilliant birthday party and animal experience at Auchingarrich. Staff all really lovely and Molly the keeper was so good with both my boys (6 and 3). She was truly excellent and really made it fun for them while also educational. The lemurs and meerkats were brilliant animals for wee ones to go in the enclosure with. They also got to feed some lambs and handle some chicks, go on an egg hunt and play in the mini golf and soft play when the weather got a bit windy. Highly recommended! Can easily spend all day here.
    Written 8 April 2024
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  • e_garak
    Shetland Islands, UK198 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    This is a splendid circular walk with a.lot of highlights.
    Perfect for a 3h walk with the dog.
    A lot of little stops are on the way.
    Bring your swimming trunks in the summer.
    Plenty of occasions where you can jump into the cold river.
    BEWARE OF THE TICKS!!!!

    We would do it again
    Written 6 July 2023
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  • Jan S
    2 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Well worth a visit. Interesting museum, told the history of the camp as well as giving some insigjt into the experiences ofgerman soldiets returning home after the war. Runby the local community,tea shop proceeds to cancer research so good to support the venture
    Written 8 July 2022
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK179,791 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    This monument stands in tribute to Henry Dundas, the Viscount Melville whose political power was such that he earned the epitaph the Uncrowned King of Scotland. Although it should be said that he faithfully served the House of Hanover. The monument is a simple obelisk and stands about 20 metres tall. It looks much bigger though as it stands atop a hill. Getting to Melville Monument can be done as a walk along with another local attraction called the Deil's Cauldron.

    The ascent to Melville Monument can begin opposite the steps down to Deil's Cauldron, which is the route I took, but it's a steep and hard climb. The locals tell me of an easier circuitous route though. The summit provides a fine viewpoint of the area surrounding Dun More Hill.
    Written 1 September 2021
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  • Roger G
    Glasgow, UK2,725 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Possibly the oldest seismographic recording station in the world. A delightful setting and easily found with SatNav in the satellite village of Ross. I couldn't find any signage for it. A very tricky bridge access over the River Earn. It has several paths leading to it and once there you find two very informative interpretation boards. It has updated equipment nowadays but the original wooden pegs system can be seen that recorded an event but not the time of it. Unsurprisingly it is locked, but you can see the equipment/
    Written 24 February 2024
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  • alsoalice
    2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    A lovely unique little gallery with a wide ranging selection of work--- glass,paintings,prints,jewellry,large selection of greetings cards,lamps,clocks,etchings.
    Right opposite Hansens Kitchen where you can pick up a great coffee and sandwhich. Not to be missed if you are inthe area. A delightful experience and of course great for gift buying,

    Comrie is a samll vilage in a stuning location.
    Written 22 October 2019
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  • MrsPepperpot_12
    Edinburgh, UK109 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    A day out on the Bliss Trail. Late lunch of a bacon roll and ordinary tea that was far from ordinary. Very refreshing.
    Written 18 August 2018
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK179,791 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    The Dalgincross Bridge is a pedestrian and traffic cantilever bridge across the River Earn in the western part of Perth and Kinross, and links the villages of Comrie and Dalginross. Apparently the first bridge of this type to be built in Britain. It’s a pretty bridge, but definitely wouldn’t go out of the way to see on it's own. It is however, a good picturesque entry into Comrie with pretty views of the river & church.
    Written 1 September 2021
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  • Stormcloud46
    Stirling, UK26 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Centrally located flat in Comrie, up one flight of stairs. 2 bedrooms, kitchen and living room; slightly neglected back green area with clothes rope. Furnished in style of Mackintosh era/kitchen built to echo era. Enjoyed my stay, found it convenient for local shops and it's easy to get to by public transport/bus from Crieff. Amazing shower, nice bathroom and huge bath; lovely kitchen and bedrooms. Did not find the living room comfortable or cosy, however. No wifi, which I admit I would have liked. A good stay, but I left one night early, just because I could not get comfy in the living room, partly because of the furniture which was rather firm and slightly odd room layout, which made for long rainy afternoons and winter evenings. A good location for lots of local walks, such as to Cultybraggan Camp, along the Ruchill Water and River Earn; Deil's Cauldron and Glen Lednock. The usual high standard of cleanliness and crisp white linens from the Landmark Trust.
    Written 15 November 2023
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  • craigluscar
    Dunfermline, UK13,606 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This building is unmissable in Comrie it dominates the skyline standing at the side of the River Earn. In 1965 the Church of Scotland General Trustees handed over the building to local trustees to serve the village as a community centre. In 2000 the Millenium grant was used to refurbish the centre . it hosts regular activities, fundraising or social functions. The facility is licensed and has rooms on both levels ,there is a lift for people with disabilities. It is well used by the many groups in the area and is ideal for social events and weddings



    This former church is 'A' listed and with the help of a millenium grant was transformed into
    Written 3 May 2019
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  • craigluscar
    Dunfermline, UK13,606 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Designed and built in 1881 by George T Ewing in attractive grounds overlooking the River Earn. A fine looking church with a tall steeple with the River Earn behind it the church organ is by T C Lewis, built 1910 for the London Exhibition.The Church is open every day and is quite beautiful inside . It is a highly active church in the area and encourages a lot of youth activities with a Sunday Club ,Messt Club ,Holiday club ,Ignite youngsters and Ignite for older kids .Service on a Sunday at 10.00am.The Church also has a prayer group,Bible Group ,Mid week service ,The Choir ,Guild and Silver Circle and Wednesday morning from 10.00 -12.00 for a chat, cup of tea or coffee and a biscuit.
    Written 4 May 2019
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