Our family home is located in stunning scenery just outside the picturesque village of Comrie on the edge of the Scottish Highlands - about an hour's drive north of Edinburgh and Glasgow.
The farmhouse lies within a designated "National Scenic Area", on the edge of the famous Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park.
The fields surrounding the house are are bordered by a fast-flowing trout river. They have not been actively worked for many years and have become a haven for wildlife. We have plans to plant native trees to increase biodiversity and restore features of the land, house and garden which have been long neglected.
Cooking / shopping
Help with Eco project
Volunteers will have the opportunity to practice english language skills and work outdoors in some truly spectacular setting - seeing the best of what Scotland has to offer in terms of wildlife, scenery and interaction with locals - all with a high level of home comfort.
We're looking for an individual or couple who can help with miscellaneous tasks around our historic farmhouse. The work is likely to be very physical and could involve tree planting, splitting and stacking logs, rebuilding stone walls, pruning bushes, repairing fencing, clearing weeds and non-native plants, feeding our horse, outdoor painting, carpentry and general gardening. We have a preference for volunteers whose first language isn't english. Usual length of stay is 3-4 weeks.
English, French, Russian
2 x Bedroom with double bed and own bathroom in separate part of the house.
The surrounding area is great for hillwalking, wildlife watching and going whisky tasting. Bicycles are available for trips into the local villages of Comrie and St Fillans and for exploring further afield. Fishing for salmon and trout is available on-site during the fishing season. There is a nearby bus stop providing regular connections to St Fillans (on Loch Earn) and the towns of Crieff, Stirling and Perth. Nearest stations are Dunblane, Gleneagles, and Perth
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week