Welcome to Inver Mill Farm Caravan Park, We are located in a very tranquil setting beside the River Braan in a scenic and beautiful part of Perthshire. It was here that carriages changed their horses. A carriage accident at Inver in 1854 killed Count Rochenstart, the last known descendant of Bonnie Prince Charlie. Inver was, most famously, the home of Neil Gow ( 1727 - 1807 ).
Dunkeld is 1 mile away (15 minute walk) and has a number of wonderful tourist attractions notably the Dunkeld Cathedral. The beautiful Hermitage and Falls are a short 10 minute walk from the park. East of Dunkeld is the Loch of the Lowes wildlife reserve where you can see Ospreys in their natural habitat. Dunkeld also has an 18 Hole Golf Course and a number of scenic walks. The village also has antique shops and craft shops, a Bank of Scotland and Post Office along with a good selection of restaurants and bars. Dunkeld is 1 hour's drive from Edinburgh and 2 hours drive from Inverness thus its central location makes it an ideal centre to explore a large part of Scotland. The area is also rich in scenic, historic and sporting attractions catering for a wide variety of tastes to suite young and old alike. NB. If you are walking to Dunkeld please use the underpass under the A9 - it is more pleasant.
This is a most beautiful wee site. On arrival, we were escorted to our pitch and shown where the facilities were. We had a lovely pitch beside the river and it was glorious to wake up to the sound of running water!! I must add that the toilet block was spotless. Have just phoned and booked another weekend with many more to follow. With lovely scenery all around it is the perfect "get away from it all" site.
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This reviewer is a family with children, a tourer/motorhomer