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Accommodation Sources

Accommodation can be found from a number of sources, below is a list of the main ones:

Visit Scotland
Walkhighlands 
Fir Tree at Galvelbeg House 
Comrie Croft Campsite 


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Scottish Tourist Board 

For places to stay, local tips & more, from the official Scottish tourist board, go to Visit Scotland.

Walking & Hiking Websites

The Walkhighlands website has an excellent accommodation search feature as well as lots of info if you fancy a walk while you are here.

B&B and Self Catering Accommodation
The Fir Tree at Galvelbeg House awarded the Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence in 2018, is a family run guesthouse, offering both Bed & Breakfast and self-catering accommodation in Crieff, Scotland. They are offering a 10% discount for bookings of 3 nights or more when booked directly at www.firtreebnb.co.uk

Monzie Estate has a reputation for quality produce, craftsmanship and visitor experiences, accessible to all.  They offer luxury B&B and self-catering accommodations in several cottages across the estate.

The caring and friendly staff at James Cottage Bed & Breakfast is a very popular high-quality bed & breakfast in Crieff, Perthshire, with a personalised and endearing style, leaving you free to enjoy and explore all the wonderful attractions that the Scottish Highlands offer from this excellent location in Central Scotland.

 

Holiday Cottage
Beside Loch Tay, is a beautifully set, shared holiday cottage for 10 persons. A double bedroom and a twin room ( both en-suite) still available for the Scottish 6 days week,
Both are available Saturday to Saturday for £409 per room, plus a share of the security deposit.
Email for more information

 

Campsites
The official campsite for the 2019 Scottish 6 Day orienteering event is Comrie Croft Campsite.

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