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Winning couple enjoy luxury weekend in Breadalbane

Little did Andrew Marjoribanks think when he entered a competition on the Breadalbane website that he and his wife would be enjoying a luxury break in the Aberfeldy area this autumn. But he beat over 500 entrants to the prize of a weekend in one of Scotland’s most beguiling regions.

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12 adventures to enjoy on the magical Ring of Breadalbane Explorer

The “hop-on hop-off” Explorer service runs through spectacular scenery, passing alongside Loch Tay and Loch Earn. The route goes places not covered by other public bus services and links Highland Perthshire and Stirling.

Its circular route connects Crieff, Comrie, St Fillans, Lochearnhead, Killin, Kenmore, Acharn and Aberfeldy and provides easy access to Breadalbane’s top tourist attractions including Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre, Highland Safaris and the Scottish Crannog Centre.

The Explorer also allows walkers, cyclists and mountain bikers to enjoy sections of the awesome Rings of Breadalbane as linear routes, walking or cycling back to their start point or reconnecting with the bus further on.

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Food & Drink Expo 2015 showcases the best of Breadalbane

Visitors to the third Breadalbane Expo were treated to a delicious range of products in celebration of Scotland’s Year of Food and Drink.

Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre in Comrie hosted the event, which drew exhibitors from Crieff to Killin, Aberfeldy to Auchterarder and beyond to showcase their wares.

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How to have a divine time in beguiling Breadalbane

Do you love tasty food and drink, enthralling history and culture, and inspirational scenery? If so, come to Breadalbane and let its charms beguile you.

Feel everyday cares melt away as you enjoy a delectable meal then sip a relaxing dram while meditating on a mountain view. Be entranced by stories of prehistoric lake dwellers and enraptured by delightful artworks and films. Before you know it, the spirit of this ancient and ruggedly beautiful region will seduce you to stay a little longer.

Below are our suggestions as to how to indulge yourself and your loved ones in our captivating region and a link to a competition for a lucky couple to win a relaxing and romantic weekend in beguiling Breadalbane. As 2015 is Scotland’s Year of Food and Drink, we are focussing on a few of the many places where you can enjoy delicious, freshly prepared local produce.

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