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Blairgowrie, “Blair” as it’s called locally, is a relaxed and friendly town.
It boomed on the back of the 19th century textile industry when there were fourteen mills lining the river Ericht on the edge of town. More recently, Blair has become the warm heart of Europe’s soft fruit industry and you can sample the local produce at its farm shops, pubs, cafes, country inns and award-winning restaurants.
As the largest town in the mainly rural county of Perthshire, Blairgowrie is big enough to offer a choice of national supermarket chains, but small enough for quality independent local shops (well-established, local butchers, bakers and, even, kilt-makers) to survive and prosper – so shopping is a holiday pleasure.
There’s plenty to keep you busy in and around Blair - interesting walking and cycling in and around the town – by the Ericht and in the Bluebell Woods – and in the countryside with the Cateran Trail and at least a dozen Munros within easy reach; two of the best inland golf courses in the country just a mile from Invermay; and some of the best trout and salmon fishing in Europe on the Ericht and Isla. Glenshee, the UK’s largest ski resort, is just 18 miles away and offers great skiing, snowboarding and touring facilities.
And there’s a busy programme of events, too, which includes regular street markets as well annual highland games, walking and literary festivals
Blairgowrie is also an excellent central base for touring: it’s less than half an hour’s drive from Perth
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