The 11th annual Scottish Snowdrop Festival (from now until 12 March) features some of the best gardens and woodlands in Scotland, displaying huge drifts of these beautiful little flowers that herald the imminent arrival of Spring.
It’s the 10th anniversary of The Dance Summer School and the dates this year for Kilgraston School, Bridge of Earn, Perth are 23 – 29 July and 30 July – 5 August. For parents and families who are looking for somewhere nearby to stay, then River Edge Lodges fits the bill.
How to find us
From the South:
Cross the Forth Road Bridge
From M90 leave at Junction 9 and drive into Bridge of Earn Village
Part way along the main street, opposite the Bowling Green, turn right down Dunning Street.
At the bottom of Dunning Street turn left and you will see us 100 metres ahead.
From the North:
From M90, leave at Junction 9 and follow directions as above.
Our central location makes us the ideal choice for touring and exploring.
You can drive up to Balmoral via the spectacular Glenshee skiing resort, which is an hour’s drive away. St Andrews to the East is 40 minutes away. From there you can explore the East Neuk of Fife, with its tiny picturesque fishing villages, including Anstruther and its famous fish and chip shop, and Crail, one of the most painted harbours in Europe. You can get to the Hebrides for a day or stay overnight. Dundee is 25 minutes drive away. Edinburgh is less than an hour and Glasgow is an hour away.
Train: Perth Railway Station is only 3 miles away
Bus: Perth Bus Station is 3 miles away
See travelinescotland.com (for timetables and costs for public transport)
We look forward to welcoming you to River Edge Lodges.