The Crieff & Strathearn area
of Perthshire lies near the centre of mainland Scotland and includes the
towns and villages of Auchterarder,
Bridge of Earn, Comrie,
& St Fillans.
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Strathearn straddles both the Scottish
Highlands and Lowlands - glens, lochs, mountains and open spaces to the north
- rich farmland and towns on the lowlands to the south. This was originally
one of Scotland's ancient Celtic Earldoms, with the title Earl of Strathearn, however
the title expired and the lands became used for royal hunting from the 12th Century.
Much has changed since then!
Discover the colourful
History of Crieff and West Perthshire covering
Geology, Romans, Picts, Middle Ages, Jacobites and more modern times.
Many of the great characters of Scottish History have played a role in the making
of Strathearn - Wallace, Bruce, Montrose, Rob Roy, Bonny Prince Charlie and Robert
Burns - have all passed this way.
Looking for holiday information, a business or a service in Strathearn? Then check out
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- the main town of Strathearn, a holiday resort with a wide selection of shops.
Auchterarder - between the Ochill Hills, Gleneagles and Strathearn.
Comrie - is in the heart of scenic west Strathearn within the Scottish Highlands.