What's on near the Four Seasons Hotel
See what's on near our beautiful hotel in Lochearnhead, Perthshire. With a full calendar of events, guests staying at the Four Seasons are simply spoilt for choice with things to see and do on a break in Perthshire, whatever time of year. Don't forget to check out our special offers section to get the best deals on accommodation - our best rates are available directly through our site.
Snowdrop Festival - This festival, held in February and March, involves gardens all over Scotland, opening to the public with events, tours, sales and great walks. Stay at the Four Seasons to visit all the local gardens and woodlands participating in the festival.
Scottish Game Fair - Held in July, the Fair provides an enjoyable family day out while educating attendees about game and wildlife in Scotland, particularly the work of The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT).
Lochearnhead Highland Games - The Balquidder, Lochearnhead and Strathyre Highland Games, held every year in July, lets visitors experience all the thrills of traditional highland games. The games are just a quick drive away from the Four Seasons hotel, on the other side of the beautiful loch.
Comrie Fortnight Festival - Usually held between July and August, the festival includes a wide range of activities, from competitions to outings, from dances to a float parade, ensuring there is something for everyone.
Drovers Tryst Walking Festival - Running a decade, the festival continues to build on previous successes, with an ever-increasing range of activities for adults and children – a great way to spend an October break in Perthshire!
Drummond Castle Gardens - The beautiful gardens were first laid out in the 17th Century, and though a simpler planting is in place today, it still retains the atmosphere of grander days, with peacocks lending an aristocratic air to the setting.
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