Culdees farm is located in the heart of Strathearn on the edge of the gateway to the highlands, which are only 5 miles to the north, providing beautiful scenic views throughout the seasons.
The historic town of Crieff, which lies at the foothills of the highlands, was the cattle droving crossroads of Scotland in the eighteenth century.
At that time, Crieff acted as a gathering point for farmers selling livestock each year and was a lively hub connecting the northern and southern regions of Scotland and beyond.
Today, Crieff is renouned for handmade and local produce, and is a great base to explore the wider Strathearn area.
Gleneagles Hotel is located 5 miles to the south, and Edinburgh and Glasgow are both 1 hours drive away.