Perthshire, the centre of Scotland for conference business, naturally

Great ideas come from great locations — and where better to recharge your business batteries than right in the centre of Scotland!

With its miles of beautiful unspoiled countryside, Perthshire has become the premier location for successful meetings, conferences and tailor-made incentives.

Whether it’s kayaking with colleagues, or golfing on world famous courses or even berry picking with the boss, you’ll find the perfect place for every business event and corporate occasion.

Something for everyone

There’s plenty to do inside too, hold an exhibition in a palace, brain storming in a castle or a meeting at a race course, the choice is endless.

Perthshire's many natural charms include wildlife walks and trails and a wide range of open-air sports and games, ideal for any occasion, large or small. It just has to be Perthshire, naturally.

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"I just wanted to thank you for the lovely time we had at Fonab Castle on Tuesday and Wednesday.  Your staff were excellent and were so helpful, especially Tomas who was a complete star. The space we had to use ...

NHS Tayside - Fonab Castle Hotel & Spa

Our company has used Dunkeld House Hotel on four separate occasions for team building events. The hotel is situated in a very tranquil area next to the River Tay and has a very relaxing atmosphere. We were impressed with the ...

Maggie Cameron | NCS Survey Limited - Dunkeld House Hotel

The EESW Team love returning to Dunkeld Hotel every year! Our Facilitator Team look forward to getting to work with like-minded peers in an environment that is not just lovely to look at, but the Conference and Events Team - ...

NHS Scotland - Dunkeld House Hotel

The Dunkeld House Hotel, on the banks of the River Tay, was the perfect venue for our Farewell Bash on the last day of the Perthshire Amber Festival 2015. The Marquee and Garden Room were wonderful spaces for both concert ...

Jennifer MacLean - Festival Director - Dunkeld House Hotel

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The Perth St Andrew’s Day Scottish Festival
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

Celebrate Scotland’s national day in the Fair City with the Scotland Street Marketplace on Sunday 26th November!
Sample some of the finest food and drink from Scotland’s natural larder, while enjoying live performances from Scotland’s number one bagpipe rockers the Red Hot Chilli Pipers, local duo The Mad Ferret Band, The Rod Stewart Songbook, Stevie McCrorie and many more. Hosted by broadcaster Grant Stott.

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Meet Santa’s Furry Friends in Perth City Centre
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Meet Santa’s Furry Friends in Perth City Centre on Saturday 25th November
Come down to Perth city centre and meet a host of Santa’s favourite furry and feathered friends. There will be reindeer, mini donkeys, alpacas, and Birds of Prey to name but a few!

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Perth’s Chocolate & Gin Festival 2017
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Perth’s Chocolate & Gin Festival 2017 filled our city centre streets on 18th and 19th November, as part of Perth’s Winter Festival.
Now in its fifth year, the original chocolate festival has grown and added gin distillers to the mix, plus more events and stalls.

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The Monarch of the Glen at Perth Museum and Art Gallery
Posted on Monday November 20, 2017

The Monarch of the Glen painting will be at Perth Museum and Art Gallery from the 25th November 2017 - 13th January 2018

The Monarch of the Glen is one of the most famous British pictures of the nineteenth century: for many people it encapsulates the grandeur and majesty of Scotland’s highlands and wildlife. Painted by Edwin Landseer, it depicts a monumental and precisely defined ‘royal’ or twelve point stag – a reference to the number of points on its antlers. Many of Landseer’s paintings show interactions between humans and animals, but in this, his most well-known work, a single emblematic creature is viewed in a moment of exhilaration. The Monarch of the Glen became widely admired in nineteenth century, when it was reproduced in prints, and achieved even greater renown in the twentieth century when it was employed as a marketing image for various products, so endowing it with global recognition.

The iconic painting was acquired for the nation in March 2017 after a high-profile fundraising campaign. Between October 2017 and May 2018 it will go on show in Inverness, Perth, Paisley and Kirkcudbright. Organised by the National Galleries of Scotland, with support from Scottish Government, the Heritage Lottery Fund, and the Art Fund.

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