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From our travel postcards

Just one look at these fascinating woodlands is enough
to envision the real virgin beauty of our mother earth!

The blissful fragrance of wet leaves and mud, sound of the distant waterfall, the nip in the air, and fog rising up in the background to cover the far off hills – yes a perfect setting for a relaxing retreat! Located at the banks of river Braan in Dunkeld are the breathtaking woodlands, 'the Hermitage’, a National Trust of Scotland protected site.

The famous 1 km walk to the 18th century Ossian’s hall overlooking the spectacular Black Linn waterfall (yes the water is black!) is an experience in itself. You can hear the crunch of the autumn dried leaves under your feet, as you walk through several pathways surrounded with Douglas fir trees reaching up to the height of 190 feet and above. The algae covered rocks and the frothy waterfall leads to swiftly flowing black water river Braan.

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