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Where to Visit

Where to Visit

The Centre for Stewardship covers 1500 hectares of land, farm, forest and hill

Where to visit

Stables Information Hub

Make your first stop on Falkland Estate the Stables Information Hub. Here our experienced and friendly volunteers will be happy to provide you with information on the Estate, whether that be maps, walk guides or the history of the place. Why not stop while you are there for refreshments; we offer teas and coffee as well as snacks, ice creams and delicious homemade baking. The Stables is open every day from 10am to 4pm.

Accessibility

Many of the paths on Falkland Estate are accessible for wheelchair users. Please consult the maps.

Where to walk

 

Below are a number of downloadable maps and leaflets to help plan your visit.

Map of Falkland Estate and points of interest

Falkland to Strathmiglo Place Name Walk

Geology Walks:

Bonnet Stone

John Knox’s Pulpit

Craigmead Quarry

Clatteringwell Quarry

Carlin Maggie

West Lomond

East Lomond

Bishop Hill

The Stones of Falkland

The Lomond Hills

Falkland Estate is the perfect location to start your journey into the Lomond Hills. However, there are other access points including the Craigmead Car Park and the East Lomond car park. From 2013 to 2016 we were involved with the Living Lomonds Landscape Partnership programme and there is a wealth of information available through the Living Lomonds website  to help you plan your visit.

Visiting the House of Falkland

The House of Falkland has been described as “a rare undiscovered jewel”, nestled at the foot of the East Lomond Hill.

Built between 1839 and 1844 by William Burn, one of the pre-eminent Victorian country house architects for the wealthy Estate owners, Margaret and Onesipherous Tyndall Bruce. The House was purchased by John Patrick Crichton Stuart, the Marquess of Bute in the 1880s. His main architect was Robert Weir Schultz and the House interiors are uniquely decorated in the arts and crafts style. A variety of photos to enjoy are available here.

The House is in the care of Falkland Stewardship Trust and it is currently in use as a school specialising in the education and care of boys who require additional support for learning. Access to the House for guided tours can be arranged through Falkland Stewardship Trust; tours are arranged for members of the Friends of the Centre for Stewardship.

Please call the office to discuss on 01337 858838.

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Falkland Centre for Stewardship
The Stables
Falkland Estate
Falkland
Fife
KY15 7AF

01337 858838

Offices open 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.

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