At Clathymore rural does not mean remote.
Recreationally, you couldn't have more choice. There are
around 40 golf courses within Perthshire alone including
Gleneagles, which is only around 10 minutes away. St
Andrews, the home of golf, is within an hour's drive.
The large Highland Perthshire estates are nearby offering
first class shooting and deer stalking. One of the world's
finest salmon rivers, the Tay, is only minutes away.
On the equestrian side there is everything from local
pony clubs to polo and National Hunt racing at Scone
Palace. Perthshire also offers endless walking and climbing
opportunities. There are watersports centres on Loch
Tay and Loch Earn for sailing, water-skiing, windsurfing
The choice of restaurants is wide and varied including
traditional country house hotels and award winning city
centre establishments. Every kind of shopping is available
from major supermarkets to long established independents,
specialist stores and ‘farmers markets’. The
arts are well catered for too. Both Perth and Pitlochry
enjoy a deserved reputation for the excellence of their
theatres and the broad range of drama and concert productions.
There are many art galleries in Perth and the surrounding
towns such as Crieff and Dunkeld. The world's largest arts
festival, the Edinburgh Festival, is within an hour's drive.
Perthshire is also famous for it's many private schools
such as Strathallan, Glenalmond, and Morrison’s Academy.