The owners John and Elaine D. live on-site and are there to greet all their guests and show them round their lodge. Highland heather lodges are set on one of the very few working specialist heather nurseries left in Scotland. The area is steeped in history and the main house was bilt in 1745 at the time of the Jacobite rebellion. During the 19th Century the house was a staging post and watering hole for stagecoaches. At the turn of the 20th Century, it was variously a dairy farm, fruit farm and pig farm until in the 1960 the small heather nursery and garden centre were established It now contains a shop from where you can buy free range eggs from the nursery's own hens. Highland Heather's grounds include a 10 acre native oak woodland, with many woodland walks, and a druidical temple excavated in the early 1900's.
We are keen golfers and members of Crieff and Comrie Golf clubs where games can be organised.