Lying on a riverbank, surrounded by forest, and backdropped by gentle hills, Braidhaugh Holiday Park is the perfect place to treat your family to a self-catering holiday in Perthshire. Take your pick from the park’s wonderful selection of accommodation which includes wigwams and private hot tub-equipped holiday lodges. Come and experience all the delights every visitor seeks from a holiday in Scotland.
Perthshire is an unspoilt region of hills, mountains, cascading waterfalls and forested glens. Thrill-seekers will find all variety of adrenaline-fuelled activities here from rafting and climbing to gorge scrambling and bungee jumping. If your agenda is more relaxed, you’ll get your soothing dose of peace and refreshing tranquillity boating on placid lochs and immersing yourself in the stunning natural beauty awaiting discovery along the many walking and cycling trails that crisscross the landscape.
Within walking distance of Braidhaugh Holiday Park is Crieff, an ancient market town famous for its whiskey and home to a fine selection of independent restaurants and cosy pubs. The local area abounds with walking and cycling opportunities. ‘The Fair City’ of Perth and the historic city of Stirling are both under an hour away. The true, pristine wilds of Scotland lie just a little further beyond in Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.
Take your pick from Braidhaugh’s fantastic choice of available-for-rent holiday homes and lodges. If you fancy a unique holiday experience, choose a wigwam, all of which are kitted out with heaters, essential amenities and outdoor firepits. In case you want to make this stunning region of Scotland your home-away-from-home, there’s also a selection of holiday homes available for purchase.
Onsite, you'll find handy essentials and extras like a laundry room complete with tumble dryers, a games room, and a children’s play area. Your dog is welcome to holiday with you. Braidhaugh is open year-round.
Enquire about your self-catering holiday in Perthshire today.
Places to visit in Central Scotland
Perth. The ancient Scottish capital is now a cultural and culinary centre home to Georgian townhouses, cobbled streets and medieval spires.
Drummond Castle Gardens. Only a ten minute-walk from Braidhaugh Holiday Park, these 19th century terraced gardens are some of the most impressive in Scotland.
Blair Athol Distillery. Tours and tasting sessions are available year-round here at one of Scotland’s oldest working distilleries.
Stirling Castle. The ancient ‘Key to Scotland’. This mighty medieval fortress sits atop a huge mound of volcanic rock.
Based on 4 review(s)
angus 01 Jul 2012
Brilliant site, with really friendly owners and holidaymakers. The park is a beauty with mature shrubs beautiful mountain scenery and the babbling river earn. code locked toilets made me feel safe, shop was adequate, pitches are big, park is child friendly and very clean. Can't wait to go again!
Fife 11 Aug 2009
Stayed in the wigwams at this site, only for 2 nights as they had made a mistake with our original request for 3 nights. Turned up on the day only to be told they weren't ready for us and were turned away while they were being cleaned. Not great when you have 6 hungry kids. Site was well maintained however and a good location although expect to be woken by the 2 cockerels who live over the river.
Braidhaugh Park Ltd, Crieff, Perth and Kinross, Scotland
Ireland 03 Mar 2008
WE stayed a couple of nights in this quiet peacefull site by a river. It is within walking distance of the town of Crieff. Staff were friendly and the shop had a wide range of goods. Shower block was warm and clean, also the store boxes in the showers where very handy for keeping clothes dry.
fife 15 Feb 2006
Visited this lovely peaceful site, situated alongside the river on the outskirts of Crieff, in a motorhome.
The site has a good wee shop with essential spares (handy as we needed fuses); a small pond that you can sail little boats on; a playground on site, with another nearby; and a little bird enclosure . Short distance from town and there is a supermarket close by.Visitor centre + Drovers exhibition a short walk away.
Our pitch was adequate and roomy.
Shower block was warm and very clean, and cubicles had storage box/seats which we found useful when showering with kids.
Staff were very friendly and helpful.
We'll definitely put it on our revisit list.