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Braidhaugh Holiday Park

Braidhaugh Holiday Park

Located in the glorious surroundings of the Scottish Highlands, with a scenic location on the banks of a gorgeous river, Braidhaugh Holiday Park has everything you need for an unbeatable break, whatever you're looking for.

If you just want to get away from it all, you can unwind in a tranquil setting with a stay in one of the comfortable lodges or cosy glamping pods here, each of which comes with its own hot tub for that added touch of luxury. Those on the lookout for an active break will find this the perfect setting for a lengthy hike or bracing bike ride through some of the most beautiful scenery Scotland has to offer. Fishing and golfing opportunities abound for those looking for a great way to pass the time. And as well as spectacular natural surroundings and plenty of activities worth trying, Braidhaugh Holiday Park is also conveniently close to the popular market town of Crieff, a thriving tourist destination with lots to see and do.

Hot tubs

There's nothing like the warm, bubbling water of a hot tub to help you really relax. Every lodge and glamping pod we have available comes with its own to help you soothe your cares away.


Keen anglers will find plenty of places to try for a bite, with licences for fishing the river available from reception, and the waters of Loch Monzievaird less than a 10-minute drive away.


There's nowhere quite like Scotland for golfing. Nearby you'll find plenty of fantastic courses, including Muthill Golf Club, Crieff Golf Club and Comrie Golf Club, all within a few miles of Braidhaugh Holiday Park.

On-park amenities

Braidhaugh Holiday Park has everything you need for a relaxing break. On-site amenities include a small shop for daily essentials, a games room with a TV and air hockey table, and a kids’ playground.

Close to town

Braidhaugh Holiday Park is conveniently close to Crieff, a gorgeous market town that's been a tourist destination since the 19th century. It's well worth paying a visit and seeing everything it has to offer.


Please note: due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the attractions and amenities shown below may be closed or only offering a limited service. Please check their individual websites or call them ahead of time to avoid disappointment when visiting.

Things to Try near Braidhaugh Holiday Park

Glenturret Distillery

Crieff is well-known for its whiskey-making heritage, so why not pay a visit to Glenturret, Scotland's oldest working distillery? Located a couple of miles from the holiday park, it's a great opportunity to learn about historical whiskey-making techniques - and of course sample a dram or two at the end.

Crieff Hydro

This historic spa hotel is based within 900 acres of private grounds and offers a range of relaxing treatments in its Victorian spa. If you're in the mood for something more pulse-pounding, it also hosts the Action Glen Activity Centre, where you can enjoy all sorts of exciting experiences.

Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre

An otter at Auchingarrich

Located just outside the nearby village of Comrie, Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre offers the opportunity to come face-to-face with 40 different species, from familiar farm animals to more unusual and exotic creatures. Listen to the talks, handle small animals, and let the kids go a little wild in the play areas.

Drummond Castle Gardens

Drummond Castle and Gardens

The gardens of Drummond Castle have been described by Historic Environment Scotland as "the best example of formal terraced gardens in Scotland", and it's not hard to see why. With a beautiful variety of flowers, trees and architectural touches, it's the perfect place for a summer stroll.

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For Food and Drink

Nearby Crieff is well known for its food scene, with traditional offerings as well as more contemporary fare. Stop by the Meadow Inn or the Tower Gastro Pub for delicious, home-cooked food, head to Yann's for a taste of France, or just explore for yourself and see what you find.

For Attractions

The local villages are worth seeing. Muthill was once a religious hub, containing over 100 listed buildings dating back as far as the 11th century. Comrie is home to the famous White Church and is known for its glorious floral displays, as well as being the meeting point of three rivers.

For Activities

With the mountainous landscape of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park visible from Braidhaugh Holiday Park, it's hard to resist paying a visit. Loch Earn is just over 20 minutes' drive away - why not head to the Loch Earn Watersports Centre, or maybe even climb Ben Vorlich?