Just some of the things to do in Errol and beyond!
Some local activities:
Skydiving: local skydiving is available at Errol airfield!
Polo: playing polo (or spectating) in Errol Park Estate
Horse Riding: another possibility (just a mile’s canter away!)
A diverse landscape makes The Nest a perfect place from which to explore whilst savouring some fresh air. Look out for deer, red squirrels, kingfishers etc., whilst following an assortment of informative sign-posted paths. These straightforward circular routes lead from the cottage down to a wooded bank at the edge of the River Tay, at first above reed beds and later above the watery tidal flats.
Read More: www.walkhighlands.co.uk
Just a 5 minute walk to Errol where you'll find the local pub, shops, pharmacy, a children's play-park etc.,
The Lass O'Gowrie Cafe (Victoria Hall, High St, Errol, PH2 7QP) opened in 2022. Just 5 mins walk from The Nest! Open 10.00-17.00hrs seven days a week (with occasional extended hours). "Coffee, cake, lunch, brunch and beyond!" Ali is an award winning baker and her cakes are simply devine!
Cairn O'Mohr Winery: A circa 2-mile walk. There are tours on offer at the winery when you can also sample some delicious and desirable fruit wines & cider along with local Scottish produce to purchase and enjoy.
The Pickled Peacock (cafe at Cairn O'Mohr Winery)
Opening times: Mon-Fri 10.00-17.00hrs & Sat 10.00-19.00hrs
If you delight in antiques there’s opportunity to while away a whole day between two major centres just 10 mins drive through the countryside...
Rait (3.6 miles) www.raitantiquescentre.co.uk
Abernyte (7miles) www.scottish-antiques.com
Glendoick Garden Centre (award winning and 3.5 mls away - just off the A90) with an extensive range of plants, trees & gifts, plus delicatessen and cafe:
A short journey of just 10 miles will find you in the centre of either Perth or Dundee.
Scotland's central city has multiple attractions including:
Perth Theatre & Concert Hall
There are some wonderful art galleries, museums, libraries, beautiful gardens and places of historic interest, not to mention a range of eateries.
culturepk.org.uk, theblackwatch.co.uk, www.nts.org.uk/visit/places/branklyn-garden
Scone Palace is an iconic venue with so much to offer
Perth leisure pool for a swim/the health suite or Dewars Centre for some skating or curling
liveactive.co.uk or perthcurling.com
Looking for somewhere special to eat in the city of Perth? Try:
The sunniest city in Scotland has plenty to fill your day:
Galleries and museums include:
The new V&A Museum (officially opening 15th Sept 2018... though early membership will facilitate advance entry to the superb exhibitions there-in).
The Discovery - relive some magical moments exploring Scott of the Antarctic's truly amazing ship
The McManus Art Gallery & Museum has a beautiful collection of fine art and natural history abounds.
The Verdant Works described as one mill with many stories, from a jute producing age!
The DCA houses two contemporary art galleries, a two-screen cinema, a print studio, a visual research centre and a café bar.
Head to this website to help you find somewhere special to eat in Dundee:
tayandearntrust.org and taysalmon.co.uk both provide interesting and helpful information and will link you to Willowbank Activity Centre (fishing and outdoor adventures) located just below the Friarton Bridge as you travel west into Perth or for a boating trip (down the Tay from Perth to the V&A) started 2017.
Leave your car at The Nest and take one of the regular buses to either city and for beach lovers the east coast is but a short drive away!