Muiredge is part of the Strathallan Estate which has been in the Roberts Family since 1910. Angus is the fifth generation to grow up running wild in the fields and woods of this beautiful part of Scotland. For many years the Muir (Scots for moor) was home to the Estate’s shephard but sadly over the years fell into disrepair.
Angus and his wife Cara had a dream to love the place back to life. It began with planting trees and hedgerows to encourage native species of ground nesting birds such as the curlew and oyster catcher; tending the overgrown heather, and repairing the old stone dykes and wooden fencing. The glamping idea began with a decade long plan to convert an old 1930s picnic hut but soon expanded as they realised that welcoming others to escape and reconnect with nature could help invest in the dream of returning Muiredge to its former wild glory.
This is just the start. By staying with us, guests can help us build a sustainable future for Muiredge - either directly by planting a tree or sewing wild flowers - or simply by enjoying an off grid, eco-friendly break. Our hope is that our guests and their children will love the place as much as we do and find the perfect space to unwind and recharge - all while helping us restore this beautiful corner of Perthshire.