Bamff has an abundance of walks and wildlife, as well as golf, fishing, cycling, horse riding, rambling all within easy reach.

See the special Beaver project at Bamff

Bamff is home to the an extraordinary wetland restoration project using European beavers. The beavers have built around 20 dams on the estate and their habitat is fascinating to visit. The beavers themselves may also be seen on summer evenings. Beaver wetland walks and beaver watching are both available free to occupants of Bamff Old Brewhouse.

See the family of Wild Boar

Bamff is also – uniquely in this part of the world – home to a family of wild boar. During your visit you may see them being fed.

Outdoor Activities

Walking and hillwalking

The Cateran Trail

Golf – 3 great courses within 5 miles:

Alyth Golf Club

Strathmore Golf Centre

Glenisla Golf Course


More Activities

Cycling and cycle hire

Mountain biking – Laggan Wolftrax

Horse Riding

Nae Limits Adventure Centre – white water rafting, Canyoning, bungee jumping, quad biking, sphereing

The Perthshire Gardens Collection

Salmon and trout fishing

Reekie Linn – Impressive local waterfall

Perthshire, Big Tree Country

Skiing – Glenshee, best skiing in the UK


Historic Places

Glamis Castle

Scone Palace

Blair Castle

Dunnottar Castle

House of Dun

Angus Folk Museum


Other Places of Interest

Kinnordy Loch RSPB Reserve

Loch of the Lowes – famous osprey viewing spot

The Angus Glens

City of Dundee

Dundee Contemporary Arts

City of Perth

Historic village of Dunkeld

The House of Bruar – ultimate shopping experience


Nearby hotels, restaurants and pubs:


The Taybank

Bridge of Cally Hotel

Drovers’ Inn

Glen Clova Hotel

Strathmore Arms, Glamis


Fine Dining

Kinloch House

Ballathie House

The Apron Stage



Peel Farm

88 Degrees, Kirriemuir (best cup of coffee for miles!)


Travel – Airports







National Rail

Bamff is beautiful at all times of year.

Bamff offers many pleasant walks for those who enjoy a quiet activity. Woodland walks are pleasant and a gentle exertion will take those so inclined to viewpoints from which a fine panorama of the Eastern Highlands may be enjoyed.