This a beautiful walk to do be it with a dog, loved ones or on your own and the viewing spot really allows you to marvel at the falls
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Always worth popping into this wee folly to admire the magnificent Black Linn Falls from the viewing platform when you're taking a walk through the Hermitage (or if you need to take refuge when it starts raining!). The falls are best after it's been raining...More
This is a small building with a viewing gallery right above a spectacular rocky waterfall. Would definitely recommend visiting this along with the entire Hermitage walk if you're around.
Started at the car park with complete inability for the French to buy a car park ticket, and unable to read the sign that directed people to the other machine. So we knew it would be fun when they were faced with two doors entrance...More
I first became aware of this area in the early '70s and the Hermitage home of Ossian's Hall has been a firm favourite since. The updated version I believe is very popular for weddings and all manner of celebrations but for me it is the...More
Well worth the great short walk from Dunkeld in a spectacular setting. The water falls are a spectacular site from the veranda. Definitely a folly of unusual design and position.
This is just a small folly, but despite the door looking like the stonework, and seeming shut, it is worth the time spent to push in to this small chapel-like building. The sound of the waterfalls will increase, and once you get your space on...More
It is a surprise to find this unusual feature as part of the Hermitage close to Dunkeld. The unique building allows visitors to have a special view of the falls and provides great photo opportunities.
Great walk from Dunkeld over the bridge on right hand side of the road, around by the doctors surgery and football parks, go under the under pass of the A9 head through Inver pass the caravan park, into the hermitage and up through the woods...More
How do you put into words this magnificent place? After a lovely walk you come across the big door leading to an atmospheric room beyond whch lie the glass doors onto the balcony. You can hear the roar of the river in full spate crashing...More