Glenshee does have the biggest surface area of all the Scottish resorts but the terrain is often compromised by weather and limited cover, but if the snow is in the East and the sun is out, Glenshee does have some varied terrain on offer
There is none! Apart from a few local farms and cottages, the nearest town is Spittal of Glenshee which will not exactly set your world on fire!
There are 3 cafes on the mountain. The Base cafe at the ticket office is the most central and a good place to meet up, and it serves hot food and beer until about 4.30pm. The Mountain restaurant, at the top of the Plastic Slope has some good views on a clear day and serves hot food, drinks and alcohol. And (conditions permitting), the Meall Odhar Cafe, mid valley next to the Beag tow.
Best value for money nearby is Spittal of Glenshee hotel (01250855215) at about £25 a night B&B, or Gulabin Lodge (01250885255) at £12 a bed per night or £17 B&B. Alternatively, head into Blairgowrie (about 20/25 miles away) where there are several hotels and self catering chalets on offer (phone Blairgowrie tourist info on 01250875800)
There is nothing to speak of - unless you have a penchant for farm yard animals! Nearest bastion of civilisation is Blairgowrie where there are a smattering of pubs.