about us

welcome to Farmtoun …

Farmtoun Bed and Breakfast opened officially in Spring 2018, in our home Cairn O’Mhor – a converted farm steading in the pretty rural countryside of Angus, Scotland. We are your hosts, Rose (me) and George.

George and I are smallholders. We came separately to organic farming, permaculture and sustainable land use technology and ten years ago embarked on a journey in smallholding together.

Our smallholding currently consists of two polytunnels, a vegetable and bush-fruit garden, young mixed orchard, hens, ducks, rare breed Soay sheep, two young dairy goats, a wee ginger Spaniel called Sonny and a couple of rescue farm cats that keep the veg-eating mini-critters at bay! We enjoy our own harvest all year round, even in winter we have hardy veg, as well as stored, dried, preserved, frozen, pickled and fermented produce for the table: Our own eggs, and lamb from the wee woolly flock, milk, cheese and goat meat just around the corner.

We have really enjoyed hosting so far, people appreciate the care we have taken to help lessen the impact that both we have, and their holiday has on the environment, and enjoy the space we have created for them. We in turn, enjoy hearing of people’s adventures and experiences, or just facilitating a quiet, peaceful and relaxing break.

So now you know a bit about us, we would love to learn something of you, our bed and breakfast is warm, cosy and welcoming. Check out the ‘surroundings’ page for activities and attractions in the area and then maybe book yourself a wee Scottish escape…