Category Archives: The story of Balliemeanoch

A bit of a wreck – a bit of an understatement

We said in our very first blog post that Balliemeanoch was a project, a labour of love.  Well here we are, six months in, and well on the way there.  The farmhouse is open and receiving bed and breakfast guests, … Continue reading

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Two rooms with great views!

Well, here we are, ready to welcome our first visitors.  It’s been a long haul, but stage one is looking pretty splendid – even if I do say so myself.  I’m not fooling myself, mind you, lots more to do … Continue reading

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March 2012 – in like a lion….

We’re in! Much as we enjoyed our stay at Rhoda’s Cottage, we were itching to move into Balliemeanoch.  And that’s exactly what we did, early in March. We still had to rough it for a while.  There was heat, light … Continue reading

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February 2012, nearly there!

With February came some surprisingly gorgeous weather and our first visitors (more of them later).  The weather meant that building work could crack on apace, and we saw velux windows, downpipes, BT and their lovely broadband, working loos (hurrah, never … Continue reading

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The first month … storms, drains and automobiles (well tractors, actually)

So, as you already know, we saw the place, couldn’t resist it and moved to Scotland.  We knew it wouldn’t be quite ready for us to move in and might need a few tweaks, so we set up camp in … Continue reading

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A picture paints a thousand words

Where better to share images of our adventures than on facebook? I’ve just set up a new facebook page for Balliemeanoch Farmhouse and Steading, so please do have a look and like our page and enjoy the views. I certainly … Continue reading

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The start of the story of Balliemeanoch

She said she was coming on holiday.  In fact, all she’s done is chronicle every move we’ve made,  either on Twitter or by blogging.  And you know what – I decided to give it a go myself. I’m Angela, he’s … Continue reading

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