Follow in the footsteps of Wordsworth, Queen Victoria and Mendelssohn with a stroll through The Hermitage in Dunkeld, Perthshire.
This wondrous woodland walk was once considered to be one of the most important 18th century landscapes in Scotland. Today, it remains as charming as ever, with a selection of simple woodland paths that lead you through towering Douglas firs (including one of the tallest trees in the country), over the raging River Braan and past the spectacular Black Linn waterfall.
Eventually you will arrive at Ossian’s Hall, a traditional folly overlooking the Black Linn Falls. Recently refurbished, it contains all of its original design features, including sliding panels, secret handles and mirrored artwork, and is well worth a poke around.