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Summer Howf

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The Summer Howf is hidden away in the heart of the garden at Craighead. Surrounded by trees, animals and wildlife. With its quirky sleeping bay and star gazing window, cosy log burning stove, fire pit and eating area it offers a delightful getaway.

What makes a stay at Summer Howf unique?

The Summer Howf setting and access to all Craighead has to offer makes it a unique stay.

What is there to see and do at Summer Howf?

Access to Craighead grounds and gardens, with lots of animals and wildlife. Lovely walks. Easy touring distance of Perthshire, The Trossachs, Edinburgh & Glasgow

Facilities & Information

Summary

Parking (free)

No smoking

Facilities

Private/enclosed garden

Garden furniture

Woodland walks

Kitchen Facilities

Linen included

Towels included

Open log fire

Recreations

Wildlife, Bird Watching

Recommended walks

Pub (a short drive)

Recommended restaurants (a short drive)

Food

Picnic area

Extra info

Closed Times: November to March

Gas & Electric Included: Yes

Directions

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Craighead Farm, Braco, Dunblane, Perth & Kinross, DunblaneFk15 9LP, United Kingdom

Coming from the south: bypass Dunblane on the A9 take the left-hand turn signposted to Kinbuck and Dunblane on the B8033. Continue to and through Kinbuck over the narrow bridge and straight on for a further two miles, you will come down a gentle hill with a bend at the bottom. Turn left here at the signpost that says Craighead and Tamano. Up the lane, Craighead Howfs is the first turning on the right past the pond. For all Glamping drive up the short hill follow the lane round to the right in front of the glazed gable windows and you will see the car park just on your right. For the Muckle Howf, you will see it facing you as you drive up the short hill. To park just drive straight on to the left of the glazed gable end where you will find parking.  From the north: Leave the A9 at Greenloaning signposted to Braco and Crieff on the A822. At the junction at the bottom of the road turn right for Braco. Go into the village of Braco and take the second turn on the left after the only shop (Braco Shop) onto Feddal Road B8033. Continue along this road past the Bowling club on the left and over the bridge, continue on for approximately two miles, you will pass a white bungalow on the left, a hundred yards further, on the right-hand side you will see the signpost for Craighead and Tamano. Turn right up the lane Craighead Howfs is the first turning on the right past the pond. For all Glamping drive up the short hill follow the lane round to the right in front of the glazed gable windows and you will see the car park just on your right. For the Muckle Howf, you will see it facing you as you drive up the short hill. To park just drive straight on to the left of the glazed gable end where you will find parking.  ​

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