Perthshire has picturesque forests, rolling hills and prominent country estates and Fife is rich in history, spectacular coastal towns and rustic towns.
Perthshire, the central belt of Scotland, is conveniently located for easy access to the highlands and the south. The county’s unparalleled landscape offers dramatic mountain ranges, rugged wildernesses, rolling woodlands, as well as wonderful rivers, waterfalls and forests.
The district of Fife lies between the Firth of Tay and the Firth of Forth, bordering Perth and Kinross, (on the East coast of Scotland) and is easily accessible from Edinburgh over one of the Forth Road Bridges. Its coastal towns are world renowned for their beauty and heritage; St Andrew’s is immersed in history with Blackfriars Chapel, St Mary on the rock, St Andrew’s Castle and Cathedral and is famous for its ancient University buildings and Golf course.