1 Pudding Lane
Offering high quality accommodation for up to 6 people, this recently renovated cottage has a lounge, 3 bedrooms, Bathroom, Shower Room, Kitchen and Dining Room. Features include full gas central heating, two wood burning stoves and a unique glass roofed viewing studio.
Situated on a historic lane near the heart of the village, it has a secluded garden and private parking for two cars.
This is a lovely, light and modern private studio apartment that is attached to the owners house which is a five minute walk from the centre of the village.
The apartment has double patio doors and is accessed from the back of the house where there is secure parking for one small car or motorbike. The studio is well equipped and has a large and peaceful bedroom with sitting area and TV, a small sunny private patio, a private shower room, kitchen and dining area.
There are many beautiful walks from the doorstep and it makes an ideal base for visiting friends and family in the village or for exploring the area.
The owners provide a welcome pack of tea, coffee, bread and milk on arrival.
To book contact Neil by email on: email@example.com
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
Comrie Croft Bikes
Comrie Croft Bikes is a part of the award winning Comrie Croft: campsite, hostel, farm shop, cafe, market garden and wedding venue. Comrie Croft is special because of its natural, feature packed trails which you can loop and follow easily to suit your time frame and needs. It’s an idyllic place and great for families on all levels, whether you want to ride the trails or not.
You can hire bikes and find a quality selection of parts, clothing, and accessories in their shop. The friendly team will welcome you and be on hand for anything you need help with.
Their coaching and guiding offering is well renowned and worth booking if you have the time
Find new and ex-hire bike sales, servicing, spares and accessories and expert advice.
Comrie Croft Trails
The trails are graded blue, red and black but it’s worth saying that they don’t feel like typical trail centre trails. They feel very natural because they are hand built and packed with natural features like roots, rock gardens and rock rollers. You’ll have one eye on the trail but perhaps the other eye on the Crofts exceptionally beautiful views from the hill.
Expect to enjoy a swoopy bermy Blue, rooty rocky reds and blacks or the bike skills park. There is something for everyone at the Comrie Croft trails.
Set in the stunning Strathearn Valley, and only an hour’s drive from Scotland’s major cities, Comrie Croft Bikes are an evolving and expanding set of dedicated trails with something for everyone. The trails are located on a private estate and pack in some mighty punches over a relatively small area. Make sure you allow plenty of time to soak up all Comrie Croft has to offer, take a moment to sit in the pole barn and enjoy the view with some delicious cake from the Tea Garden. You will want to visit again!
Comrie Holiday Park
Old Station Road
Comrie Holiday Park is situated on the A85 on the eastern border of the village of Comrie, described as the gateway to the Highlands. You can reach the village centre easily by foot within minutes, where you can enjoy the variety of businesses, shops, specialist art & craft stores, cafes and restaurants. The village also has a delicatessen, baker, butcher, pet shop, post office and fish & chip shop. Many of these businesses are owned by Comrie Locals. Many do not feel the need to leave the village, as almost everything you could need can be found on your doorstep. There is a real feeling of community in Comrie. Our park is well placed to travel around Perthshire and the Scottish Highlands. We are an owner occupier sites and have no camping or touring caravan facilities.