Crieff Visitor Centre is a popular visitor attraction set in the heart of the beautiful Strathearn countryside on the outskirts of Crieff. It is easily accessible from all directions and has extensive FREE parking.
As the home of the world-renowned Caithness Glass, you can enjoy watching the skilled craftsmen at work from the viewing gallery, before spending time meandering around the Gift Shop, Garden Centre, Gallery and Antique Areas. You can also discover more about the history of the local area in the Highland Drover’s Exhibition.
Your group will also be sure of a warm welcome in the spacious, 180-seater family-friendly Drover’s Restaurant. The Restaurant pride themselves on using the best of local produce and the extensive menu offers great value. Visitors come from far and wide to enjoy breakfast, lunch or an afternoon snack. The Drover’s Restaurant has recently been awarded VisitScotland’s Taste Our Best accreditation in recognition of the sourcing policy and the quality of the food and drink they provide.
The Attraction is also delighted to announce that the new Tryst Tearoom is now open, offering hot drinks, as well as a delicious selection of cakes, scones and tray bakes. Afternoon Tea is also available, but pre-booking is advisable.
Crieff Visitor Centre welcome coach parties all-year round, but if possible it is best to book in advance to ensure a smooth and speedy service for your guests.
Please call the Restaurant Manager – Kersten Jacobson on 01764 654065 to make a booking and discuss your groups requirements.