Organic Welltree Ltd.
Come and enjoy to stay in a B listed B&B build in 1742 or book one of our glass wall Yurts in our Permaculture Garden. Kirklands are nesting in rural Perthshire where you can enjoy an exclusive tranquil retreat.
You can reach Balbeggie by public transport.
There are Scottish landmarks aplenty to explore nearby: at Scone Palace (15 minutes’ drive), you can tour the opulent state rooms, wander the maze and possibly spot red squirrels in acres of sprawling estate grounds.
Huntingtower Castle (25 minutes) is a fortified 16th-century castle open for a mosey around its abandoned towers and vast vaulted halls – and for a slice of living history, drive the length of the Meikleour Beech Hedge (15 minutes), planted in 1745 and thought to be the most extensive hedge in the UK at a whopping 580 yards long.
To catch a bit of outdoors action, have a gentle amble through pine, larch and spruce woodland in Kinnoull Hill Woodland Park (20 minutes), or take things up a notch on a kayaking white-water adventure along the River Tay from Grandtully (50 minutes). In season, anglers can cast a fly line for Atlantic salmon at Cargill (15 minutes), or try for brown trout at Aberfeldy.
Fancy a dram or two to wind up your Perthshire day? Learn about the process of making whisky and sip a few samples at Aberfeldy Distillery (both 55 minutes).
Our B&B offers one double bed room with en-suit bathroom and included coffee and tea making facilities. Enjoy our home made organic breakfast. Upgrade your stay with a afternoon tea at our garden room or south fancing terrace on request or relay in the historical sitting room with open fire.
Keen on an eco-friendly Scottish holiday under canvas – but even keener on one with quite a lot of luxury involved? A stay at our comfortable yurts with their own private decking set among permaculture gardens.
Designed for couples on romantic retreats from daily cares, the site is a peaceful wildlife haven where you’re likely to see roe deer, buzzards, red squirrels, foxes, owls and woodpeckers. In fact, all you’re likely to hear during your stay is birdsong and the soothing burble of St Martins Burn as it runs through the gardens.
Built from all-natural materials, the yurts are crafted from sustainable Scottish woods – some up-cycled from whisky barrels – and insulated by Scottish sheep’s wool. Woodburning stoves (one bag of firewood per booking, more can be bought on site) keep you nice and cosy, and are topped with hot plates for prepping snacks.
Cups, plates, bowls and cutlery are all provided, as is a daily organic breakfast basket with fresh eggs, bread, yoghurt, fruits, teas and coffees. Other bonuses in the spacious yurts include hand-made beds with quality linens supplied, and strategically placed windows looking out over the gardens so you get to wake up to flowery views every morning.
Guest parking spaces are available on site, and just so you’re aware – the access road from St Martins leads down a rough private track.
Advance booking essential
24-hour minimum vacancy between guests
Level access to dining room, cafe or restaurant
Level access to main entrance
Transport and Parking
No Pets Allowed
Vegan Meals Available
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|Bramble Yurt||£120 Per room per night (breakfast inc.)|
|Elder Yurt||£140 Per room per night (breakfast inc.)|
|Highland Room||£140 Per room per night (breakfast inc.)|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
Accommodation Special Offer
For full week bookings we offer a 10% discount.
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