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The Steading at Clunie

The Steading PH10 6SG
Jean and Dave Trudgill
T:01250 884263 davetrudgill@googlemail.com
Current Openings:
Description: The Steading at Newmill is situated on the Lunan Burn midway between Lochs Clunie and Marlee. The policies include paths that extend for 800 meters along the Lunan, a small, colourful cottage garden and six acres of woodland, ponds and a wildflower meadow. The policies are open to visit in the spring when there is a profusion of primroses, wood anemones and then bluebells in the wooded areas. In the meadow, snake’s head fritillary flowers first, followed by a carpet of cowslips and cuckoo flowers. We open again in early summer when 14 species of native orchids start to flower in the meadow. This is more than in any other small meadow in Britain and includes rarities such as marsh helleborine, bee orchid and the two species of butterfly orchids.

Directions: Three miles west of Blairgowrie on the A923. About 600 metres west of the Kinloch Hotel take the track on the left, just after a mobile phone mast and a breeze-block wall.

Other details: There are narrow paths, bridges and flowing water in the garden. We have friendly hens, hence no dogs.

Past Openings:
By arrangement 30 April - 23 May (2022)
Admission £4.50, children free.
Nominated charity: Save the Children UK 60%.
By arrangement 11 June - 9 July (2022)
Admission £4.50, children free.
Nominated charity: Save the Children UK 60%.
The listing location on a map.
Past Openings:
By arrangement 30 April - 23 May (2022)
Admission £4.50, children free.
Nominated charity: Save the Children UK 60%.
By arrangement 11 June - 9 July (2022)
Admission £4.50, children free.
Nominated charity: Save the Children UK 60%.