The village of Abernethy, formerly Southern Pictish capital of Scotland, has at its centre a Pictish Watch tower, one of only two in Scotland. The village itself is a conservation village which has been upgraded over the last few years, with the Crees Inn being just one of the many buildings renovated to a high but sympathetic standard.

The village is situated among some of the most beautiful scenery in Scotland and is ideally situated as a centre for touring. With easy access to the motorway and trunk routes, any of Scotlandís cities are within reach.

The countryside around Abernethy provides wonderful opportunities for recreation having many golf courses including, Carnoustie, Gleneagles, Lansdown, St Andrews, (to mention but a few) virtually on the doorstep. In fact there are more than 40 courses in a 20 mile radius and of these at least 20 are championship courses. The fishing villages of the East Neuk of Fife, the Angus glens, the majesty of highland Perthshire are all easily accessible by car from Abernethy.

Abernethy itself has an interesting circular walk with fine views and historic associations and a Museum with an annually changing exhibition focusing on local history.

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