Special Interest: Wild Flowers

  • Cairngorms

    The Cairngorms National Nature Reserve is really a suite of nature reserves that are accessed from five different areas: North-West from Angus to access Glen Clova, Corrie Fee and Glen Doll; North from Blairgowrie or Pitlochry on the A93 to access Glenshee and Braemar; East from Aviemore and Highlan...view more

  • North East Scotland

    In addition to the attractions linked below, Private House Stays recommends the following locations that we think are most significant for wild flowers in the Aberdeenshire area: Muir of Dinnet Nature Reserve, the Braeloine Visitor Centre and Storybook Glen ...view more

  • Aberfeldy and Loch Tay

    There are 4 Significant areas around Aberfeldy that are particularly recommended if you are interested in wild flowers. Those linked below and also Keltneyburn Gorge which is particularly good for small-white orchids...view more

  • Highland Perthshire

    There are a number of significant wild flower areas in Highland Perthshire. There is much of the Cairngorm national park where rare species are found but the area is sensitive and controlled at the top of the Cairngorm funicular railway on Cairngorm mountain. The links to Craigellachie National Natu...view more

  • Dumfriesshire

    Botanists looking for wildflowers do get to areas that Private House Stays also considers to be beauty spots, but those we have identified as particularly worthy of consideration are: Grey Mares Tail, Ae Forest Walks, Mabie Forest Walks, Caerlaverock National Nature Reserve, Threave and Rockcliffe a...view more

  • Central and Stirling

    There is one significant locations that is recommended for wild flower enthusiasts in the Stirlingshire area: Dollar Glen Nature Trail NTS. As with so many wild flower locations, these are also significantly beautiful places to visit anyway....view more