Home Sweet Home at Faldarroch Farm

Faldarroch Farm

Faldarroch is an unspoilt example of a complete Victorian small dairy farm, dating from the late Improvement era (c. 1830); it consists of the farm cottage and the steading, with byre, calf shed, cart shed and barn (now used for storing bicycles, outdoor clothing ), and a paddock and stackyard to the rear. It is situated a couple of miles from the sea at Port William, at the northern end of the Barrachan Estate, which retains its small-scale fields, mixed woodland and non-intensive grazing, so that wildlife
– including red squirrels – abounds.

Faldarroch Farm Living Room, Self Catering Holiday AccommodationThe cottage has been redesigned on eco-friendly principles : it is super-insulated, with underfloor heating powered by a wood-pellet boiler and solar electricity.

The open plan farm kitchen with sitting area has a working Victorian range and wood-burning stove.

A master bedroom, with Victorian iron four poster, has a convenient hand-basin and its own stove; the bathroom has a shower over the roll-top bath, and there is a family room which has two box beds and a further single iron bed.

Virtual tour of Faldarroch Farm


  Romantic Four Poster Bed
   Under-Floor Central Heating
   Bag of peat provided for open fire
  Outdoor Drying Area
  Open Fire
  Television, DVD Player and Video Recorder
   Radio and CD Player

   Shaver Point
  Cot and Highchair available on request
  Enclosed Courtyard Outside with Garden

Parking available on the front street.
Sorry, no pets allowed.
Available for winter and romantic breaks.

How to Book

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