Not the easiest place to find, coming here was worth the effort. My directions were to find the village of Dunning and turn past the golf club, making sure to find the correct fruit farm (there are 2 on this road).
We were being lazy, buying freshly picked strawberries, while other family groups were picking their own. A coffee and some home baked scones and strawberry sponge soon found their way on to our table, it was too early for lunch but we’d already eaten breakfast. Perhaps next time we’ll arrive later, their menu included soup, sandwiches, cooked meals and selection for children. Definitely somewhere we could bring visitors.
From where we sat, we could see both the A9 Perth to Stirling road and the main railway line, dividing the green farmland and distant hills. Chatting to friendly, helpful staff, we browsed the gift shop and spent some money.
A long farm track entrance leads to a large parking area, be careful because there are likely to be children around. Easy access for those with mobility problems.
Currently open 7 days, it’s advisable to check before travelling as hours do vary off-season.