We are establishing a new garden in the Perthshire countryside and we farm cattle, sheep and bees.
Loch Tummel is stunning with unspoiled green countryside and hills (mountains) yet near Pitlochry, a popular tourist destination in the heart of Scotland.
We are very happy living in such a beautiful area so we want to share it with others.
This area of Perthshire has tremendous remote areas with interesting wildlife, birds, mushrooms and plants. We have mountains, forests and rivers for walks, rafting/canoeing sailing and canoes.
We are in a great place to see birds and wildlife, happy to make progress slowly and enjoy the quiet countryside at a walking pace.
We are farmers
Nick and Diana are living on site with 30 cattle and 400 sheep.
Your accommodation is a shepherds hut on wheels, a 2 roomed shed you will bath and shower in our new house.
Nick and I need help with a variety of jobs, in the shed, farm and gardening.
Fences often need mending and establishing our new garden path and planting bulbs and a few fruit trees.
We always need wood collected and splitting for the wood burning stove.
there is a shop, a pub, swimming pool and a fish and chip shop, only 3 miles away. we have bicycles and can drive you to Pitlochry for bus and train or the village of Tummel Bridge for a bus.
English, a small bit of French
your own private shepherds hut on wheels with a double bed.
2 room shed/cottage with woodburning stove, electricity, cooking and a large sofa bed
There is a camping loo outside and loo shower and bath in the house.
I would shop and cook most meals but would love help and inspiration from you.
There is a bus from Tummel Bridge, and more frequent transport from Pitlochry (train, bus) and Aberfeldy (bus)
We can drop you in Pitlochry 25 mins east or Aberfeldy 25 mins south west and can lend you bikes
Our 2 grown sons and their families visit. We love food and drinks with friends, wildlife, birds, local history, playing scottish/folk acoustic music.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 4 days a week