Things to Do in the Area
Coorie Inn is perfectly located to offer something for everyone.
Based in the foothills of the Scottish Highlands, it offers immediate access to a hiking and outdoors venture paradise.
For those looking for history and culture, there are many sites of significance within easy reach.
Outstanding food and drink offerings are plenty, with many distilleries close-by for those who fancy a dram.
And of course, it goes without saying, an outstanding location for a round of golf is never far. The world-renowned Gleneagles Estate is a stone throw's away, amongst many others.
Culture & history
Stirling Castle is one of Scotland’s grandest castles, due to its fascinating history, imposing position and impressive architecture. The scenery will take your breath away.
Guided tours are included in the ticket price, and take place daily, every half hour between 10am and 4pm.
On the road from Muthill to Crieff, it's a must-visit: a grand formal garden with impressive views.
The castle is not open to the public, the gardens are open from May 1 – October 31.
Innerpeffray Library is the oldest free lending library in Scotland. It is located in the hamlet of Innerpeffray, by the River Earn in Perth and Kinross, 4 miles southeast of Crieff.
The Library is open for visits March-October, Wednesday to Saturday 10am – 5pm and Sundays 2pm – 5pm.
The gallery exhibits a wide selection of paintings, prints and sculpture, as well as ceramics, glass, furniture, wood, jewellery, silversmithing and metalwork.
This world-class cultural and heritage attraction highlights the fascinating objects and stories that put Perth and Kinross at the centre of Scotland’s story.
Starting in 2024, at its heart will sit the Stone of Destiny, also known as the Stone of Scone, one of Scotland and the UK’s most significant historical objects. Returning to Perthshire for the first time in over 700 years, the Stone will be the centrepiece of the new Museum and will be free for all to view.
Stirling’s famous landmark stands above the fields where William Wallace led his troops to victory at The Battle of Stirling Bridge, and tells the story of the patriot and martyr who became Scotland’s National Hero.
This award-winning visitor attraction tells the story of the iconic ship ‘Discovery’ from her beginnings in Dundee, her amazing Antarctic expedition with Captain Scott, and her voyages and uses thereafter.
Through extensive galleries, video and film shows, interactives and artefacts, Discovery Point is a fascinating visitor attraction which appeals to all ages.
Scone Palace was the seat of parliaments and the crowning place of the Kings of Scots, including Macbeth and Robert The Bruce.
The Palace houses an outstanding collection of antiques, paintings and rare artefacts and the grounds are renowned throughout the world, making the stately home one of the most popular tourist attractions in both Perth and Scotland.
An international centre of design, V&A Dundee presents the brilliance of Scottish creativity and the best of design from around the world.
The first ever dedicated design museum in Scotland and the only other V&A museum anywhere in the world outside London, V&A Dundee provides a place of inspiration, discovery and learning through its mission to enrich lives through design.
Open daily, 10.00 – 17.00
A wee dram
A warm Scottish welcome awaits at The Glenturret, Scotland’s Oldest Working Distillery since 1763.
Enjoy a distillery tour to discover the history, heritage, and traditional art of making single malt whisky by hand and heart, visit the distillery shop which offers a choice of single malts, alongside a unique selection of locally produced, handcrafted gifts or shop at the Lalique Boutique, the only one of its kind in Scotland.
Finish your visit at The Glenturret Café with a light lunch or sweet treat, under the pagoda roof of the old maltings store.
A MICHELIN starred gastronomic experience set in the heart of Scotland’s oldest working whisky distillery, the first of its kind worldwide. Dine in the luxurious and intimate 6 table dinner-only restaurant, overlooking the old still houses and River Turret, open Wednesday to Saturday (6pm – 8pm) or enjoy bar lunch available Wednesday – Saturday (12pm – 2pm).
Discover more about Tullibardine highland single malt range and the associated tasting notes that accompany each bottle.
Housed in an Old Cotton Mill, known at the time as Adelphi. Chosen for its location on the banks of the River Teith, the mill provides the perfect setting for an innovative new community of craftsmen.
Gleneagles is one of greatest names in the world of golf. And as recent hosts of The Ryder and Solheim Cups, it’s easy to see why.
Their beautiful golf courses, in equally beautiful settings, are as much fun for novices to play as they are for the pros.
Muthill Golf Club is offering guests a 25% discount on green fees. It's a 9-hole course with spectacular views, just a 10 minute stroll from the restaurant. Pros use it to practise their short game.
The 18 hole parkland Ferntower Course is complemented by the 9 hole Dornock Course and with forward tee ratings of: SSS 70/ 6091 yds / slope 133 and; SSS 64/4540yds/ slope 108 respectively they provide an ideal, 27 hole, visitor day package.
Auchterarder Golf Club is located in the heart of Perthshire, Scotland.
The parkland course has spectacular views towards Gleneagles and the Ochil Hills and runs along side the PGA Centenary Course at Gleneagles Hotel (Ryder Cup venue in 2014).
"A fabulous course with great views of Strathearn - one of my favourite courses in Scotland!"
Former Scottish Rugby Captain Andy Irvine - September 2018