Birnam Oak Woods, Dunkeld

A great piece of natural history… It is a nice stroll down the river bank to see this beautiful old lady and to think back to when this tree has seen the 1745 rebellion and two world wars. The stories it could tell… The Birnam Oak and its neighbour…

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Dunkeld Cathedral, Perth and Kinross

A religious centre. The site has been holy ground since about 730AD when Celtic missionaries built the first monastery here. The major development came in 848, when Kenneth MacAlpin, by then King of the Scots and of the Picts, rebuilt…

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Glamping Ochils Edge, Perth and Kinross

A room with a view.. Ochils Edge Glamping was completely what we expected. Fortunately, we had amazing weather and were able to take beautiful photos. The incredible location of the cabin…

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Dunkeld, Perth and Kinross

A special place, hidden away in a wonderful peaceful setting, beautiful Dunkeld. Dunkeld and Birnam – a perfect combination of natural and managed countryside, history and heritage, culture, events, quality accommodation…

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Dunkeld, Gardens of Eastwood House

During the early 1890’s Eastwood was occupied by Atholl McGregor, a minor Scottish laird, and it was he that sublet the house to Rupert Potter and his family for their annual highland summer holiday in 1893…

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Dunkeld, Inside Eastwood House

The first record of Eastwood House dates back to 1831 when it was occupied by a Miss Ogg who was ex-governess to the children of the 4th Duke & Duchess of Atholl who owned the Eastwood Estate. The house then was a modest two…

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Dunkeld, Outside Eastwood House

August 2016, Eastwood House, Dunkeld, Perthshire, Scotland. The beginning of the Scottish adventure ! We have spent a magical week with 20 relatives and friends of ours in Eastwood House, a beautifully restored Victorian villa sitting…

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