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Crannogs are distinctive buildings, built on stilts in water as defensive homes 2,500 years ago.The centre has a replica Crannog on Loch Tay several metres from the shore which was painstakingly built over two years to give visitors a real feel for Iron Age loch-dwelling.In the eyes of sports fans, however, one Scottish creation in particular stands head and shoulders above all the others: golf.Not my words, but the opening sentences from The Official Guide to Golf in Scotland: The Home of Golf.As you travel about Perthshire, you are struck by its remarkable natural beauty, its rivers and glens, and lush forests.Around 13 per cent of the landscape is forested, and the county is home to the world's tallest hedge, and to Europe's oldest living tree.
There is so much to see and do in Perthshire it's best to make a plan for each day.
The two biggest things going for this part of Scotland are the variety of activities available all year round which broaden its appeal as a destination, and its accessibility from Edinburgh's airport.
Our base in Kenmore was less than 90 minutes by car.
On one afternoon, for example, we had a beautiful lunch at Fonab Castle in Pitlochry. The restaurant's glass front affords stunning views of Loch Faskally and coffee afterwards on the terrace overlooking the loch in glorious sunshine is not something you might typically be able to do on the last day of September in the Scottish Central Highlands.
Just a short drive away, in Grandtully, is the Highland Chocolatier, the base of Iain Burnett, a legendary figure in the world of chocolate.