Located around the wonderful city of Perth, Perthshire is known for its endless expanses of lush forest and serene glens. With boundaries stretching all the way from Strathmore in the east, over to Rannoch Moor and Ben Lui in the west, and the Pass of Drumochter in the north to Aberfoyle in the south, it is clear to see why Perthshire is a very popular Scottish destination.
Plenty of holidaymakers and travellers visit the wonderful area of Perthshire every year, because of the plethora of different things to see and do across the Scottish countryside.
Discover Taste Perthshire And Bankfoot
A trip to Perthshire is not complete without visiting us on the A9 at Bankfoot. Taste Perthshire is a unique experience with a blend of delicious cuisine and incredible shopping destinations all in one place. Our location couldn’t be better, located right on the A9 close to Bankfoot just 8 miles north of Perth and 7 miles south of Dunkeld.
Bankfoot is a quaint little village with just over 1000 people living in the area and is well worth a visit if you are looking for an authentic Scottish village experience.
During your visit, be sure to explore everything Taste Perthshire has to offer, including the gift shop with a massive range of unique jewellery, ornaments and sculptures for everyone to enjoy. There is also the leisure shop with an extensive range of both casual and outdoor clothing, perfect for tackling the unpredictable Scottish climate.
Getting To Taste Perthshire
Our location is so easy to reach from all across Perthshire and Scotland. Being located right on the A9 at Bankfoot means our visitors can get to us from Edinburgh and Edinburgh airport by following the A90, or from Glasgow by taking the M8 and the M80.
If you are heading to us from Aberdeen and Dundee, then take the A90 south to Broxden roundabout and then the A9 Inverness for four miles. Taste Perthshire is well signposted on the A9, making it really easy to find no matter what direction you are coming from.