Immersion English Holiday Activities
Gain English Skills, and Fall in Love with Scotland
Join us for a tasting tour of Strathearn and meet the people behind the labels
The Strathearn region boasts fantastic fresh produce from its orchards, fruit farms, organic farms, fish, venison, cattle and dairy farms – and there’s a wealth of small agri-business producers elevating these ingredients.
Visit studios of photographers, painters and printmakers
Enjoy a guided tour of Perthshire’s art life, including WASP Studios Perth and the eclectic hub Strathearn Arts right next door to us.
Plus visit numerous commercial galleries and artist studios across the Strathearn area.
Visit Scone Palace
The historic home of the 'Stone of Destiny'
With a fabulous guided tour, remarkable art and beautiful gardens to discover.
GO MOUNTAIN BIKING
Explore the trails at Comrie Croft.
Enjoy an afternoon of thrilling down-hilling with the amazing Comrie Croft – including a meal at their very special Tea Garden café.
Learn SURVIVAL CRAFT
Join Iain to learn outdoor survival skills.
Have an afternoon with Iain at Do it Outdoors – and learn Fly Fishing, Archery or Wild Survival Bushcraft.
Golf Pro David Murchie will introduce you to the game.
KAYAK THE RIVER TAY
Perth City Tours instructor Chris will take you on a tour of the city - by boat!
A bespoke river Kayak Tour. Chris will tell you about the river’s wildlife and show you the sights of the city as you paddle the river – no experience necessary.
GO WALKING / HIKING
Our region has thousands of miles of footpaths.
Crieff, perched high on its hill, overlooks a gorgeous landscape rich in nature and history – and there are trails and footpaths for every level of walker to explore.
EXPLORE TOMNAH’A MARKET GARDEN
Tour this market garden and see the produce being grown.
You will enjoy the veg and fresh flowers produced by this market garden during your time at our English language school!
Take a turn in the Tomnah’a ‘shop’ as every Friday evening our English Language School turns into a community hub for fresh veg. Find out what’s been grown this week and pass it onto the customers directly.
TOUR CAMP 22
One of the best-preserved WW2 POW camps in the UK.
Cultybraggan also has a fascinating contemporary social history: Discover how Community Ownership Trust has transformed it into a melting pot of micro-businesses and eco-businesses – and a co-working space.
DRUMMOND CASTLE GARDENS
"The best example of formal terraced gardens in Scotland."
A tour of this fabulous formal ancestral garden – rated one of the best in Europe.
If it looks familiar it has been filmed many times – most recently for the popular series Outlander.
AN AFTERNOON AT INNERPEFFREY LIBRARY
Including a guide to Scotland's first lending library and its historic books.
Scotland’s first free public lending library founded in 1680. Used by people from the local community until 1968, today you can still read the rare books in its diverse collection.
Explore the castle where Mary Queen of Scots stayed.
A castle with a fascinating layout as its 17 C. owners altered their medieval castle to try to make it look more like a regular country mansion. Discover one of the oldest painted ceilings in Scotland and highly unusual castle architecture.