Stunning Mill House Park is situated near the town of Crieff, on the edge of the Scottish highlands. Crieff is one of Perthshire’s most picturesque and historic towns and yet is within easy striking distance of both Glasgow and Edinburgh.
One of the many stunning aspects to this park is the fact that a few ‘Prime’ plots actually look down over the river that runs at the edge of the park. A few residents have even made seating areas on the bankside! Perfect for whiling away a sunny afternoon.
Crieff really is the ideal base from which to explore the very best that Scotland has to offer including Perthshire’s breath-taking countryside which is right on your doorstep.
The landscape here is characterised by the romantic lochside, the forests, mountain scenes, majestic woodlands, ancient castles and picture postcard towns and villages.
Apart from the inspirational panoramic views along the area’s many scenic walks, you can also enjoy fishing, watersports, cycling, horse riding and shooting. And for lovers of golf, a visit to the nearby fairways and greens of Gleneagles is a must.
Crieff itself is steeped in history and has plenty of attractions to fascinate, inform and entertain you. The shopping and transport amenities in the town are also first class.
A number of exciting leisure opportunities await you, including the Waterford Crystal Factory Shop, Drummond Castle Gardens and The Ceramic Experience at the Crieff Visitor Centre.
A visit to Glenturret Distillery, the oldest working distillery in Scotland is sure to be a hit with visitors of all ages.
Those who enjoy the great outdoors will revel in the numerous nature trails, heritage trails and cycling routes on offer. Those looking for a more sedate experience will find endless beauty spots in which to enjoy a picnic or take a gentle stroll.