The links below will take you to just some of the attractions/activities available in the area.
Castles - just a few of the iconic castles within easy reach of Highlandman Station B & B.
http://www.drummondcastlegardens.co.uk/ (5 miles)
http://www.theblackwatch.co.uk/ (17 miles)
http://scone-palace.co.uk/ (19 miles)
http://www.stirlingcastle.gov.uk/ - (23 miles)
http://www.blair-castle.co.uk/ (40 miles)
http://www.edinburghcastle.gov.uk/ (57 miles)
Distilleries – for many a trip to Scotland isn’t complete without a wee visit to a distillery
https://www.thefamousgrouse.com/ (3.5 miles)
http://www.tullibardine.com/ (12 miles)
http://www.edradour.com/ (35 miles)
Activities – there are many opportunities for those interested in more extreme sports.
https://www.crieffhydro.com/play/action/ (2 miles) Segway, zip wires, archery, air rifle shooting, horse riding are among the many activities on offer.
http://skydivestrathallan.co.uk/ (8 miles)
https://rafting.co.uk/ (28 miles) activities include white water rafting, river bugging, abseiling, climbing etc.
http://www.naelimits.co.uk/ (30 miles) offers white water rafting, gorge walking, river tubing, canyoning, paintball, clay pigeon shooting…
https://www.bungeejumpscotland.co.uk/ (36 miles)
http://www.scottishquads.co.uk/ (36 miles)
Golf - Golfers are spoilt for choice with many challenging and picturesque courses in Perthshire including:
http://www.crieffgolf.co.uk/ (2 miles)
https://www.crieffhydro.com/ (2 miles)
http://www.muthillgolfclub.co.uk/ (4.5 miles)
http://www.comriegolf.co.uk/ (9 miles)
http://www.gleneagles.com/ (10.5 miles) Home to the 2014 Ryder Cup, the prestigious Gleneagles Hotel has three world famous course.
St Andrews, widely known as the ‘home of golf’, is also easily accessible (52 miles).
Both the mighty River Tay and River Earn, renowned for salmon and trout fishing, flow through the area along with numerous other rivers and lochs, making Perthshire an excellent choice for keen anglers.
For those who prefer to just watch the salmon leap then they should visit the nearby Buchanty Spout (about 7miles) or the purpose built Pitlochry Fish Ladder and Damn.
The presence of the Highland Boundary Fault-line has led to a huge diversity terrain in Perthshire. Whether your preference be for gentle walks in the countryside or climbing the numerous Munros (Scottish mountains over 3000 feet) you will find an abundance of walks in this area.
Perthshire is home to many cycle paths.
For film buffs Scotland has been long been a favourite location for movie makers.
Outlander was filmed at many sites, within easy reach of Highlandman Station B & B, including Drummond Castles Gardens (5 miles) and Tibbermore Church (12 miles).