Email Website
Comrie Croft is as good as glamping gets – and it's a B&B too!

Situated a few miles north of the charming town of Dunblane, on the edge of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, Comrie Croft is as good – and as convenient – an introduction to the natural glories of Scotland as you would wish for. An eco-friendly Highland oasis, it's got a bit of something for everyone, and accommodation of all kinds from three cosy rooms in a farmhouse B&B to dorm beds in a converted farmstead, to brilliant camping either in the safety of a field with other campers close to all the excellent amenities or wilder hillside and forest pitches. Or you can cheat a little by hiring one of their katas, recently renovated Swedish tipis replete with a wood burning stove and a big sleeping area laden with animal furs. There are hot, solar-powered showers by the car park, along with a seriously well-stocked camping store, bike hire, a biking skills loop, and the new Tea Garden, where you can pick up the likes of a Scottish smoked salmon bagel with cream cheese.  

It's a great location, with fabulous walking and cycle trails in every direction, so even if you arrive by car, you can tuck your keys away for the duration of your stay. It's also extremely eco-friendly, with an emphasis on self-sufficiency, recycling and rural regeneration – not to mention a brilliant farm shop stacked full of local produce. And whatever kind of accommodation you choose, you can sleep to the sounds of the owls and deer outside. Who said campers had to always rough it?

The Owner Says

Our favourite spot

Tents, dogs, groups, young groups – Yes. Caravans, campervans– No.

The local area

The high land beyond the boundaries of the Croft is tough going, but opens up sweeping views of Strathearn for adventurous, well equipped hikers. Perthshire is excellent for both walking and hiking with a map detailing local routes both posted and available for sale in the Croft store. The Croft lies between the neat, Highland Perthshire towns of Crieff and Comrie, with their characterful high streets, parks and walks. The Auchingarrich Wildlife Park (01764 679 469) is a handy family attraction just south of Comrie.

Best local places to eat and drink

The new on site Tea Garden at Comrie Croft (open Easter–end of Oct) is a welcome addition, with croissants or bacon rolls for breakfast and the likes of salmon bagels with cream cheese and salad for lunch. The vintage crockery is a nice touch, as is the wooden deck. The cakes are homemade and huge, you have been warned! Comrie offers a reasonable chippie (0751 467 8833) and the Royal Hotel (01764 679 200.) The Royal has a characterful hunting lodge-style bar in the main hotel and a more pub-style drinking den just outside with real ales and whiskies. Their restaurant, under the smooth hand of chef patron David Milsom, features succulent Perthshire lamb and salmon, amongst other delights.

Why stay with us?

Campfires allowed. Solar and wind powered amenities block with toilets and good free showers (including disabled access seat). Compost loos in the upper meadow that's furthest from the main toilet block. Excellent camping store. Blue and red mountain trails and skills park with bike hire and helmets available. Network of marked walking trails as well as picnic areas. Chickens with feed available in the store.


Add Your Review

Be the first to leave a review!

Other places to stay near Comrie Croft

Back to Top