We were privileged to be amongst the very first people to stay on this very special CL and ended up staying on for as long as we could.
We were given a very warm welcome by Jean and Andy who are so friendly and kind. Because of the pandemic I was teaching music online and Jean very generously let me in the farmhouse to do this and supplied tea, coffee and baking to keep me going! Jean keeps a little hut supplied with delicious home baking and eggs that you can buy for a very reasonable price.
The first thing we noticed was the big view of the Tay and countryside beyond that blew us away.I am an artist and have painted it in all its changing weather. In the foreground are Cheviot sheep, lambs, four donkeys and a rescue cow. We love sitting in our chairs looking at the view.
There are amazing woodland walks out to the back that were great for me because I'm recovering from a broken pelvis. You can walk or cycle miles. There are also great mountain bike trails at the back.
The pitches are lovely and big, each with a tap and drain.
It's a working farm so expect farm business around you, rounding up of sheep with fabulous dogs, cock crow at dawn etc. This all adds to the character of the CL .
The CL is within easy reach of lovely Perth and all its fabulous facilities.