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£250 WORTH OF RESTAURANT VOUCHERS TO BE WON!


Dear Subscriber, 

Well, you'll have noticed our main news for February... That's right, you can beat the winter blues with one of two restaurant vouchers for £125 each. One is for the amazing American-style diner Little America, the other is for the elegant Little's Fish Restaurant, set in a beautiful converted church. You can use your voucher on one big blow out, or you can visit multiple times. The draw closes on the 15th, so hurry up and enter here

In other news, we got to try the unique coffee from Unorthodox Roasters this month, see what we thought here. We also tried genuine Scottish tea, for those of you who are more in to that caffeinated beverage. And we have winter photography tips from the amazing Cat Burton and an account of the opening of the salmon fishing season at Dunkeld House Hotel. There's some more great articles featured below to, have a browse and click on one that takes your fancy!

We hope you enjoy the latest issue,

Abi, Nathan, Demmie, Becky and Fiona.
The Perthshire Magazine Team

   
 
Kenmore Can Offer No More - 

At Mains of Taymouth, choose between relaxing in the comfortable accommodation, playing golf on the beautifully designed course, or trekking round the stunning surroundings. There's a beach, bar, cafes and restaurants, and even a marina, all nestled in the charming village of Kenmore. Read More...

A Day Out that's Off the Beaten Track  - 

As we drive down to the only Land Rover Experience Centre in Scotland it's easy to see why many people choose to travel up to this Perthshire location, situated as it is on the shores of the stunning Buttterstone Loch. The reception lodge is a beautiful building, as cosy inside as it looks from the outside. Read More...

Sustainable Scotland at Work - 

Living in bonnie Scotland with our world-famous lochs and beaches, it is easy to feel removed from the conversation around water pollution. Oil spills in the Gulf of Mexico and mercury poisoning on the coastline of Japan are far off incidents from our Scottish shores. Or are they? Read More...

Click on any of the above links to be taken to a specific article, or use the Read button below to be taken to the entire magazine on issuu, where you can read, download, like, follow and share our February issue. We appreciate your support!
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