Looking for a little slice of Scottish paradise?
Eco award winning Comrie Croft offers something for everyone, cosy rooms in our hostel, wild camping in the woods, glamping in Nordic Katas, relaxed family friendly meadow camping (all with fires) and some people even get married here.
The onsite camping facilities include piping hot showers and clean, fresh toilets.
The small but perfectly formed shop has everything you could need, beans & local sausages, eggs laid by our own hens, camping accessories & wee treats for the kids.
Don’t want to cook? The Tea Garden café (open seasonally) can look after you, bacon rolls in the morning, soup & sandwiches for lunch and lots of yummy cakes!
For kids there are rope swings just begging to be swung on, woods perfect for hide and seek, a pond to paddle in and secret fairy and elf houses to search for.
If you’re in need of an adrenalin rush why not try the Crofts bike trails? Designed and built by the croft staff they are arguably some of the best in Scotland! Give the skills park a go to give you a taster and help to perfect your technique to
Dream Tipi is one of the leading Tipi hire companies in Scotland. Our vision is simple…to turn an ordinary event into an extraordinary event! We plan, organise and work with you to make sure that no matter how big or small, your celebration, wedding, corporate event or festival is memorable and talked about for years to come.
Our giant tipis deliver on every front, as well as being tremendously stylish they are flexible, versatile and perfect for events year round. On the outside, our tipis are extremely elegant structures that can be used alone or joined together to cater for larger parties, and on the inside our tipis are personalised in every way to fit in with your big day, your unique sense of style or your corporate branding.
Visit our website and follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dreamtipi.co.uk/
HOUSE of TARTAN ®
Comrie’s House of Tartan Limited is ‘the Home of the World’s first Tartan data-base’, we are specialists in the design, registration and weaving of tartan materials. We ship Tartan products, Tartan fabrics & Highlandwear Products worldwide.
Pop in to see our new range of local tartans and ‘Comrie’ merchandise
We also have a kilt hire service.
Please click this link to visit our website: http://www.house-of-tartan.scotland.net
We are on Drummond Street, opposite Costcutters .
Our hours are 09.30 to 17.00 Mon to Friday and by appointment on Saturdays. Closed Sundays
Built in 1805 “The White Church” is a Grade A listed building lying at the heart of the historic conservation village of Comrie. 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 centre underwent a major refurbishment with funding from the Millennium Commission, many other funders and an enormous funding raising effort on behalf of Comrie residents. It now provides facilities for youth and community groups and hosts a plethora of events.
Comrie Community Centre from Dalginross Bridge Built in 1805 “The White Church” is a Grade A listed building lying at the heart of the historic conservation village of Comrie. 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 centre underwent a major refurbishment with funding from the Millennium Commission, many other funders and an enormous funding raising effort on behalf of Comrie residents. It now provides facilities for youth and community groups and hosts a plethora of events.
The White Church is the central feature of what is undeniably an exceptional, lively community. There are in excess of 50 community groups within the village of approximately 2,000 people. Most of these groups use the centre for regular activities, fundraising or social functions.
The centre has three different sized halls to cater for every event. There is also a fully equipped kitchen.There is access and facilities on both levels of the centre for disabled users. As well as a lift to give easy access to the first floor, there is also a large toilet facility complete with a shower unit.
If you would like to view the facilities or talk about what the centre can provide and fees involved, please do not hesitate to contact Fiona Stewart – Administrator, Comrie Community Council, The White Church, Dunira Street, Comrie Perthshire PH6 2L.
You can also visit their newly updated website at: http://www.comriewhitechurch.co.uk