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Burmieston Farm and Steading

Self Catering

Address
Burmieston Farm and Steading
Logiealmond
Perth
Perthshire
PH1 3TL
Scotland
Telephone (01738) 880272
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Burmieston

The old steading has been transformed from a working agricultural building into a human haven. Rooms can be rented individually or as a whole.

Accomodation includes:

The Loft

This lovely family room has a large super king bed and two single beds (bunks).

The en-suite bathroom has a shower and will have a wooden bath made in Inverness!

Please note access to this room is up stone steps.

The Stables
This lovely family room has a large super king bed and two single beds (bunks).

The en-suite bathroom has a large walk in shower. The stone shower enclosure was part of the stalls in the old dairy.

The Woodstore 
This has a super king size bed or twin beds.

The en-suite bathroom has a shower

This room is fully accessible.

The Coop (single room)

All the bedroom floors are out of the London Olympics Copper box stadium.

This smaller room is perfect for the solitary traveller. It also has its own en suite shower room.

The Coop, Woodstore and Stables rooms have interconnecting doors allowing a group of people easy access to the other rooms if required.

And there is space for play in the old threshing barn.

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Directions

If coming from the South from Perth:
When you get to Perth follow the A9 north towards Inverness. Take the first junction signposted Luncarty. Nearly immediately take the first left (don’t go over the bridge). You will pass a garage on your left and go round a sharp bend.
Continue down this road and take the first right towards Logiealmond.
Follow this road for a while. Please note there are quite sharp bends and the road is relatively narrow. You may meet a tractor!
Eventually you will go down a hill lined on the right with old Sycamore trees edging a large field. The right is recently felled forestry land. The main road bends sharply to the left but take the road straight on signposted towards the Ford. There are large municipal bins on the corner. The road becomes even narrower here. If you meet anyone please don’t try and pass them as there are deep ditches to both sides. One of you will need to reverse to a passing place. Watch out for red squirrels, deer and owls!
Carry on through the wooded bit, round the two bends, straight up the sycamore lined road for about a mile. You will pass Shannoch farm gate on your left, Saddlebank farm on your right, Meadowmore farm drive on your right. You can see us now across the fields on your right. Follow the road and you will go over a small bridge (you will feel this rather than see it!) and our drive entrance is on the right- the middle of three agricultural gates. If you pass Moulin Farms on your left or get to the Ford you have gone too far.

Coming from the West (Crieff or Amulree):
Turn off the A822 towards Buchanty and carry on over the river (ignore the road to Glenalmond on the right). Continue on this road for a while – You will pass Glenalmond House on your left with its fancy topiary, the hamlet of Harrietfield with some lovely front gardens, past our local primary school called Logiealmond Primary, through Chapelhill with the local carpenter on the left (he makes interesting bird feeders for sale) and our local pub open at weekends. Carry on down the long straight bit (spectacular in the autumn) and you will go down a hill with a sharp bend to the right. Take the road on the left (there are municipal bins on the corner). The road becomes even narrower here. If you meet anyone please don’t try and pass them as there are deep ditches to both sides. One of you will need to reverse to a passing place. Watch out for red squirrels, deer and owls!
Carry on through the wooded bit, round the two bends, straight up the sycamore lined road for about a mile. You will pass Shannoch farm gate on your left, Saddlebank farm on your right, Meadowmore farm drive on your right. You can see us now across the fields on your right. Follow the road and you will go over a small bridge (you will feel this rather than see it!) and our drive entrance is on the right- the middle of three agricultural gates. If you pass Moulin Farms on your left or get to the Ford you have gone too far.
Coming from the North:
Take the second exit for Bankfoot off the A9 after Dunkeld and follow the road round past the small recycling centre on your left. At the T junction go right and immediately left following the road to Moneydie. Continue on this road (for a couple of miles) until the second cross road. Turn right where it is signposted Logiealmond. Follow this road for a while. Please note there are two quite sharp bends and the road is relatively narrow. You may meet a tractor!
Eventually you will go down a hill lined on the right with old Sycamore trees edging a large field. The right is recently felled forestry land. The main road bends sharply to the left but take the road straight on signposted towards the Ford. There are large municipal bins on the corner. The road becomes even narrower here. If you meet anyone please don’t try and pass them as there are deep ditches to both sides. One of you will need to reverse to a passing place. Watch out for red squirrels, deer and owls!
Carry on through the wooded bit, round the two bends, straight up the sycamore lined road for about a mile. You will pass Shannoch farm gate on your left, Saddlebank farm on your right, Meadowmore farm drive on your right. You can see us now across the fields on your right. Follow the road and you will go over a small bridge (you will feel this rather than see it!) and our drive entrance is on the right- the middle of three agricultural gates. If you pass Moulin Farms on your left or get to the Ford you have gone too far.

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