Comrie Croft is a popular tourism location just outside Crieff. The picturesque and much-loved destination is just 20 miles from Burmieston and makes for a great day out. Covering a huge 231 acres of beautiful Perthshire land, Comrie Croft is a self-sustaining entity. Their focus is on conservation, community, commerce and culture, and this can all be seen across the various areas of the site. Comrie Croft is home to many biking trails and walking routes as well as a shop, café and market.
Bike Trails At Comrie Croft
Comrie Croft is fast becoming one of the most popular biking and hiking destinations in all of Scotland, and it is easy to see why. There are more than 87km of bike routes and walks around Crieff, and visitors can hire bikes from Comrie Croft Bikes to explore the area. Thrillseekers can try their hand at mountain biking on the park and pump track, whilst those looking for fantastic views can head into some of the most beautiful Scottish countryside.
Tea Garden Café
The Tea Garden is a delightful little café located in Comrie Croft and is open daily between 8am and 4pm. The perfect pit stop during a hiking or biking adventure, Tea Garden owner Allison offers some delicious snacks, meals and drinks throughout the day. The menu is ever-changing depending on the season and includes anything from breakfast rolls to homemade soups.
100 Mile Store
Onsite at Comrie Croft is the 100-mile store which sells a huge variety of local produce. Everything in the store has been purchased from businesses within 100 miles of Comrie Croft making it a true showcase to local businesses and products. It sells farm produce from Comrie Croft itself, as well as meat from Comrie Butchers.
Tomnah’a Market Garden
Comrie Croft is also home to Tomnah’a, a beautiful Market Garden where delicious, fresh and vibrant produce is grown. There are stunning local flowers, free-range woodland hens laying organic eggs, and a wide variety of herbs, berries, vegetables and more. Tomnah’a Market Garden work alongside nature by using wildlife-friendly methods for growing their crops.