Simon Howie Launches Competition to Win Luxury Foodie Break in Perthshire

The competition offers food lovers a chance to: escape to the Murrayshall Estate and discover a secluded wonderland of stunning scenery, beautiful golf courses and over 350 acres of sporting estate situated in the spectacular Perthshire countryside; experience the ultimate in outdoor pursuits with a thrilling Highland Safari; a tour at the Famous Grouse Experience, all rounded off with a visit to the Simon Howie shop in Perthshire to receive a goodie bag packed full of scrumptious treats to savour when you get home!

Simon Howie said: “Boasting many country pursuits, including golf, horse riding, quad biking, walking and cycling, Murrayshall Estate is also an ideal base from which to explore this fabulous region. From historic castles, world famous golf courses, and unique local producers, you will simply be spoilt for choice. The hotel takes considerable pride in its AA rosette-winning restaurant which uses only the finest local produce and seasonal ingredients.

“And your expert ranger from Highland Safaris will help you get up close and discover tracks, trails, views and clues as you take a trip into Caledonian Pine Forests in search of the fascinating sights which await. From red squirrels to sprightly roe deer and majestic birds flying overhead – keep your eyes peeled and see how many species you can spot!

“Next, you can enjoy a tour at the Famous Grouse Experience to learn about the history of Scotland's favourite whisky and oldest distillery dating back to 1775 and be introduced to The Famous Grouse Family with your pick of free dram to toast your day.

”And with up to £250 towards travel and spending money included within your prize, you’ll be free to discover the many exciting things to see and do in Perthshire.”

To enter the competition simply log on to

Good luck!


For further information please contact Emma Loftus on tel 01764 684332

Issued on behalf of Simon Howie by Liquorice Media tel 0141 561 4018

Date 5th October 2011


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