The picturesque, rural town of Blairgowire is located in the heart of beautiful Perthshire.   Rightly known as the "Gateway to the Highlands", Blairgowrie is an ideal place from which to visit any of Perthshire's attractions.

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 The wellmeadow in the centre of Blairgowrie

Blairgowrie is a picturesque rural town in the heart of the beautiful Perthshire countryside.   It is twinned with the towns of Fergus in Ontario, Canada and Pleasanton in California, USA.    Blairgowrie is rightly called the "Gateway to the Highlands" and is ideally suited for touring.   It is situated centrally in Perthshire, giving access to some of the most beautiful scenery in the country and a wide range of activities and attractions. 

Blairgowrie is the centre of the soft fruit growing industry and beautiful strawberries and raspberries can be found here in abundance in the summer. 

Days are long in the summer - sometimes there is still light at midnight and dawn is not long after.  See more about Blairgowrie at Undiscovered Scotland.co.uk

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 The river Ericht runs through Blairgowrie

The river Ericht, which divides Blairgowrie from its sister town of Rattray, is popular for walks, paddling in summer and fishing.

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A rainbow over Loch Marlee from Ridgeway B and B

This beautiful view, seen from the double room at Ridgeway Bed and Breakfast, Blairgowrie, shows a rainbow over Loch Marlee - so we admit it rains here sometimes!  But don’t believe the weather forecasts shown on television!  The weather in the area is some of the best in the whole of the United Kingdom, being sheltered by mountains to the north and west from most of the rain.   See a weather forecast for Blairgowrie.

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