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All Year: Summer
Area (ha): 350
Persons: 2-3
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 39556
Country: Scotland

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Last Updated: January 9, 2017

Looking for a couple or two friends to help with interior painting and reclaiming the vegetable garden from the weeds in the first two weeks of Apri 2017,

Lots of walking, skiing and historic buildings locally, and bus links to the north. We are 2 miles from local village, so evenings spent on the farm, usually walking dogs or relaxing ( free wifi).

We are a working farm, with cattle, sheep and grain as the commercial enterprise and Highland ponies as a hobby. There are also the usual dogs, cats and hens around the steading. The farm is about 10 miles outside Perth looking over the scenic Earn Valley. The land starts in the valley and rises up to 800 ft on the hill. There is an erratic local bus service, so this would suit someone who doesn't mind living as family.

We can provide a large bedroom (suitable for 2-3 friends), shared bathroom and food with the family. Transport to Perth with excellent links to the rest of Scotland available. Free accommodation and food. Work 5 days and 2 days free.

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