My new years resolution has to be - become a better blogger!!
January this year is a tad different but there is always plenty to do here and looking after the animals takes up a lot more time in the cold weather.
We had quite a lot of snow on Thursday, couldn't get the car out so I took a walk to Braco for essentials (milk and lemons!) - it was a lovely walk.
Chirstmas and New Year were much quieter than normal with us sadly unable to have any visitors in the Muckle Howf (fingers crossed our February Muckle Howf visitors will be able to come) Have to say I am a bit zoomed out and Ian is definately not a fan but we did manage to do family Secret Santa via zoom which worked a treat and I managed to set it up!
Ian is beavering away to complete the Whisky Howf ( I was going to say he was quietly working away but he corrected me), we are missing Lewis terribly, he is grounded with a back injury - no fun at all. His skills are much missed. The wedding cancellation scenario has struck here too, Hayley and her partner are no exception with their wedding - which is to be a Celidh here, now put back until 2022. Though Arran and his wife are only in Glasgow we are missing seeing them both at the moment -we will be making up for it as soon as we can!! Thank goodness for WhatsApp - necessary evil!
We are really delighted with our refreshed new look web site and do hope you like it - many thanks to Gigha! We hope to add more to it as we go and one day we will get round to writing the story of how all this started here at Craigheadhowfs! The calendar for booking the Whisky Howf will be on line soon but in the meantime just get in touch by email if you would like to book it.
We have recently had some fabulous photos sent to us by Alan Gray Images - we love them, it is great that Glamping Scotland has so much to offer now and we think our wee corner offering quirky places to stay in Perthshire is adding some great options for visitors too.
Will be back soon with an update on the animals, progress on the Whisky Howf and our preparations for (fingers crossed) - opening up again on time at the end of March!
Heather Ian & Family.
Ps Our grandsons like to check the Burrow and Bagend to see if they can spot any Hobbits having Elevenses!
Craighead Howf is a collection of self-catering accommodation styles from a 5 star luxury stone-built cottage to quirky glamping cabins. All are completely secluded and are designed by the family who lives at Craighead Farm. Craighead is located near Dunblane, Stirling and Perth and is perfectly located to access Glasgow, Edinburgh and the Highlands of Scotland.
Craighead Farm, Braco, Dunblane, Perthshire FK15 9LP, United Kingdom Tel: 01786 880321