Comrie Croft, Comrie Croft, By Crieff/Comrie, Perthshire, PH7 4JZ
Call them on 01764 670140
OverviewWelcome to Scotland's hiking and mountain biking holiday destination. Stay in the 4* homely hostel, dine in the on-site cafe (seasonal) and explore the biking and hiking trails. You can book the whole hostel for the exclusive use of your group. Biking facilities on site include a bike park, graded, grin enducing, down hill tracks, family-friendly valley routes, and a bike shop for hire and repairs. For hiking there are four way-marked trails on site, a path to the village of Comrie and access to glens and mountains beyond. Comrie is a lively and vibrant village with shops, pubs, riverside walks and many local events throughout the year including the famous Flambeaux parade at Hogmanay. Just over an hour's drive from Edinburgh or Glasgow, the Croft is great for any kind of getaway on wheels or legs. You can even get married there! Comrie Croft holds a Gold award in the Green Tourism Business Scheme. Guests arriving without a car get a 10% discount. This accommodation is featured on our map of the Cairngorms and Moray and here is its own website.
Rooms & Beds:56 + 46 + 14 (3 units)
Open:All year. All day.
Price per night:From £18, U18 free in parent's room. Enquire for sole use.
Directions:Signposted from A85 between Crieff (5miles) and Comrie (2miles).
Public Transport:Train stations: Dunblane, Stirling, or Perth. Our own bus stop is served by no. 15 from Perth (approx. every hour).
Walks:Long Distance Walks
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is near mountains, is in a National Park, is available to individuals, gives a Best Price Guarantee, is a Green Business Award Winner, has a pub within walking distance and is on the Land's End to John O' Groats Cycle Route, the Scottish National Trail, the map of accommodation for school groups and the Hostels with Camping map.
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March 4th 2015
Comrie Croft is an idyllic, friendly and easily accessible eco-hostel set in the picturesque countryside of Central Scotland. The hostel lies just off of the road that connects Perth, Crieff and Comrie, making it the ideal base to visit the lovely area that surrounds these towns. From Glasgow, Comrie Croft is an enjoyable train and bus journey taking you straight to the hostel.Read More
Comrie Croft: summer holiday destination
July 16th 2019
Late availability through out the summer holidays
Fancy a wee break away? Not had time to book? Don’t worry we still have space in our hostels & campsite. Check out the dates below.
Hostel: Midweek only from 16th July to 1st Aug & 26th Aug to 12th Sept
Kata’s: Midweek only from 12th Aug to 11th Oct
Campervans: Midweek only from 16th to 20th July, 23rd to 27th July, 4th – 9th Aug & 12th to 23rd Aug
Upper High Meadow: Midweek only from 21st to 24th July & 18th to 30th Aug
Pop up field: 16th to 26th July then midweek 4th Aug to 1st Sept
Call us on 01764 670140 or pop online – www.comriecroft.com to book.
Comrie Croft – where under 18s are always half price and pre-schoolers are free!
June 20th 2019
Looking for an award-winning family holiday destination this summer that won’t break the bank? Comrie Croft comes highly rated (4.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor), with prices that will make you smile!
Private farmstead rooms £20/adult, £10/U18. Camping £10/adult, £5/U18. Call us now on 01764 670140 to make your booking.
Drovers Tryst Walking Festival, 6th-14th October 2018
August 25th 2018
Guided walks in the stunning scenery and autumn colours of Strathearn, based in Crieff
Crieff & Strathearn Drovers’ Tryst annually celebrates the cattle drovers of 1700 Scotland, who made Crieff a major crossroads. Todays Tryst is a walking festival run by volunteers with a programme of guided walks in the stunning scenery of Strathearn & surrounding Perthshire. The walks vary in difficulty but all are enriched by wildlife, plants, trees, history and the company of like-minded people. The Tryst also embraces a mountain bike event, The Hairy Coo. In 2018 the competition races will also be joined by some family friendly bike rides. Complementing the outdoor activities is a series of enjoyable evening social events, with talks, music, drama and film, and Crieff has great food and drink to be enjoyed in local restaurants and cafes, a wide choice of places to stay and many other interesting attractions.