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Top ChoiceLibrary in Crieff

Innerpeffray Library

Scotland’s oldest lending library (founded in 1680) houses a huge collection of rare, interesting and ancient books, some of them 500 years old. If you have any interest in books you could easily spend half a day...

Top ChoiceFrench in Crieff

Yann’s at Glenearn House

On the main road heading east out of town, Crieff's most popular restaurant is run by the eponymous Savoyard who believes in keeping the menu straighforward and traditional, serving French comfort-food classics...

Top ChoiceScottish in Crieff

Barley Bree

Set in the pretty village of Muthill (pronounced mooth-il), 3 miles south of Crieff, the Barley Bree is a delightfully rustic restaurant with rooms. Wooden floorboards, stone fireplace, stacked logs and deer...

Food & Drinks in Crieff

Crieff Food Company

This food hall and delicatessen is a showcase for local producers, and it's a great place to stock up on Scottish delicacies such as Heather Hills honey, Strathearn cheeses, Perthshire oatcakes and smoked venison...

Distillery in Crieff

Famous Grouse Experience

At the old Glenturret Distillery, the highly rated Famous Grouse Experience has a better-than-average, one-hour distillery tour that's strong on the creation of flavours during the making of malt whisky and the...

Bistro in Crieff


Enter the romantic interior of this informal lounge bar and bistro for anything from a cup of tea to good wines by the glass to an interesting array of gourmet sandwiches, tapas and other delights – notably...

Cafe in Crieff


Just down from the square on the main street, elegant Delivino offers something for everyone, from Crieff locals to travellers looking for a light bite. An extensive selection of antipasti allows you to graze on...

Scottish in Crieff

Pura Maison

Simply styled in shades of coffee and cream, this plain and unpretentious place takes the best of Scottish produce and serves it with a French flourish in dishes such as venison Scotch egg with beetroot and...

Food in Crieff

Gordon & Durward

On the go since 1925, this old-fashioned sweet shop is lined with jars of traditional Scottish sweets (candies) such as boilings, macaroons, Edinburgh rock, sugar mice and tablet (a crumbly, buttery fudge).