The Victorian mansion of Taymouth Castle is set in glorious Perthshire countryside in Kenmore, at the eastern end of Loch Tay. Though the Castle itself is not open to the public, there is a waymarked circular walking trail through the estate, offering views of the mansion and taking in historical follies erected by previous owners.
Two historic sites spanning thousands of years stand a short distance apart in Tealing. The first site is Tealing Dovecot, a well-built late 16th-century dovecot. The dovecot is a single storey structure, built to a rectangular plan, with stepped gables at either end. There is a 'DMHG' monogram over the door, referring to local landowner Sir David Maxwell and his wife, Helen. Tealing,
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