Sample Itineraries

Conference Itinerary

For a conference that really strikes the right note, Perth Concert Hall is guaranteed to receive a chorus of approval from delegates. This impressive modern building, opened in 2005, offers a range of spaces to suit any event.

Morning

Delegates will be gather in the light and airy glass foyer, before making their way to the flexible, contemporary auditorium at the heart of the building. The state-of-the-art technology and friendly staff will both work in harmony to ensure that the morning session is a resounding success.

Lunch

After a productive morning, it’s time to enjoy lunch with a local flavour. Local nature is well and truly catered for, with the special Berry Healthy Menu using a wide range of Perthshire’s juiciest fruity specialities to tantalise the tastebuds.

Afternoon

The unusual ice-breaker session provides fun lessons in how to wear traditional Highland dress. From sporrans and skean dhus to tartan and tam o’shanters, delegates will be taught how to look like a local laird. And thanks to the free Wi-Fi throughout the building, they can show off the results to family and friends around the globe.

Evening

With their newly found fashion knowledge under their belts — and in their sporrans — a unique experience awaits delegates in the evening. The special Highland Dress Victorian Dinner gives them the chance to show off their new look amid the historic surroundings of the Hilton Dunkeld House. Once the summer residence of the Dukes of Atholl, this charming hotel is set on the banks of the River Tay in the heart of Perthshire’s Big Tree Country. Once seated in their Highland finery, delegates will be treated to a wide range of Scottish specialities, all made with the freshest local ingredients.

Sample Incentive Itinerary  

What better incentive could there be than a day exploring some of Perthshire’s most iconic landmarks? Based at the award-winning Gleneagles luxury resort and spa, with its 850 acres of beautiful countryside, visitors will also follow in famous footsteps at historic Blair Castle and Scone Palace.

Morning
Arriving in front of its famous fairytale turrets and towers, it’s clear that Blair Castle holds a special place in Scots history. Luckily, a personally guided tour of the estate means visitors can learn everything they want to know about this unique 750-year-old castle. From Mary Queen of Scots to the English Civil War, Culloden and Queen Victoria, history comes to life in one fascinating morning.

Lunch
With tales of royalty and uprisings still fresh in the mind, visitors will be treated to a unique lunch experience. Take a seat in Blair Castle’s charming Bothy and feast on the finest selection of local produce, freshly plucked from Perthshire’s natural larder.

Afternoon
Following lunch, it’s off to the five-star luxury of Gleneagles and a choice of exciting activities. Visitors can take the reins and have a go at scurry driving, where ponies pull a carriage around a course of cones. Other options include a fascinating demonstration of gun dogs at work — and of course, there’s golf on the famous greens and fairways too. Alternatively, visitors might just prefer to take it easy and pamper themselves with a luxury spa treatment. Every whim is catered for — and all in beautiful, world-famous surroundings.

Evening
After all that fresh Perthshire air, visitors will want to unwind in style — and historic Scone Palace is the perfect setting. As diners take their seats for the best of local produce, they are surrounded by centuries of exquisite Scots tradition. After dinner, delegates can relax in front of a roaring fire for whisky tasting and storytelling, with history echoing from every nook and cranny.

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