Scottish Shopping Options

Whether you want a full Highland Dress outfit, a Scottish Kilt in your tartan made for a special occasion, a Sporran that's a little bit different or some Clan Tartan Cloth for tartan cushions or tartan curtains, bagpipes, leather goods, sheepskin clothing, china, silver jewelry, crystal or even whisky. All of these wonderful goods can be found in and around Scotland and the Highlands. Most shops in Scotland are open from 9 am - 5:30 pm, Mondays to Saturdays. The hours may vary and some stores may be open on Sunday mornings.

House of Bruar
The house of Bruar is situated on a calm oasis on the Edinburgh to Inverness stretch of the A9. It is a quality watering hole, not just for travelers, but also for those who want to enjoy the Falls of Bruar walk - a relaxing walk through countryside of great beauty. The house of Bruar has superb shopping facilities and a very good restaurant that will definitely be enjoyed by the whole family. It also has a children's playground, facilities for disabled people and a nappy changing room.

The shops sells an exclusive range of upmarket country clothing and cashmere for men and woman, flowers, food and everything that is good from the country and the Highlands. Throughout the summer, red deer are visible on the surrounding grounds, which makes for a true Scottish experience.

Perth Farmers' Market
This Farmers' market in the city of Perth is held on every first Saturday of the month and offers an abundance of fresh ingredients, such as vegetables, cheeses, slabs of red meat, oysters, cakes, pies, wines and everything you need to cook a splendid meal. The stallholders are always very friendly and helpful, feel free to ask them for some advice, or even a new recipe idea or special treat.

 





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