“Of all the places my heart could rest
Scotland is where it likes it best”
Ideally situated for visits to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling, Pitlochry, the Trossacs, and the Highlands, all on the doorstep. Rivers and lochs to fish in and a golf course around every corner, wonderful walks with the most breath taking vies of the Perthshire countryside, we think the best in Scotland but we are a wee bit bias, come and see for yourselves.
The Park has been family owned for the last 40 years: we take pride in keeping the park in excellent condition and spare no expense in keeping up to date with the latest machinery and equipment to keep the mark maintained to the highest standards.
We are constantly introducing new caravans, park homes and chalets, which are all beautifully sited in the mature well kept grounds of the park. The resident sales and Office Manager and Grounds Manager are local Comrie people and are on hand to give help and advice4 and we can offer superb deals on the latest model caravans, chalets and park homes, it’s a great time to invest in a holiday home of your own.
Much more than just a holiday park
There is so much to see and do in Comrie and the local area you’ll be spoilt for choice
The White Church, the former parish kirk, is Comrie’s most striking building, with its prominent tower and spire situated on the roadside of the ancient churchyard at the heart of the village. This is an early Christian site, dedicated to the obscure early saint Kessog (or Mokessog), who may have flourished in the 8th century. The Comrie Parish Church is of a grand Gothic style, disproportionate to anything else in the village dominates the distant skyline. It was designed and built in 1881 by George T Ewing. Comrie is also graced by a little-knownCharles Rennie Mackintosh building, a shop in the main street with a first floor corner turret built in a version of the Scottish vernacular style (not visible in the above illustration). Some of the buildings and homes in the village date back hundreds of years with many traditional highland cottages built in dry-stone and/or clay which all would have originally been endowed with thatched roofs. In the higher mountain glens surrounding the village traditional highland blackhouses, most now in ruins, are also to be found. There are also a number of grand estate homes and historic castles in the local area. For the most part however, in the main quadrants of the village are to be found Victorian and Edwardian buildings, including many large detached villas and small terraces.
Golf & Fishing
“One of the finest and most scenic 9-hole courses in the UK” The days are getting longer and we’re looking forward to some great golf in 2016. There are lots of events coming up at the club over the coming weeks so come and join us.
Salmon Fishing on the River Earn Scotland