A selection of images from The Park House and the surrounding countryside

Perthshire farm lands
The river view at Perth City Centre
Polygonia c-album or the Comma butterfly, named for their punctuation shaped markings
Afternoon Tea in the garden at Park House
A peacock butterfly on a buddleia flower at Park House
Wintery Sunset over Park House, Perthshire
Super king bedroom at Park House
Fishing in the Perthshire mountains
Upstairs landing at Park House
Twin Bedroom at Park House
Park House from the garden
Making Traditional Scottish Raspberry jam at Park House Perthshire
Breakfast is served in the Dining room at Park House
The famous Beech Hedge at Meikleour, the longest and highest hedge in Britain
Garden apple harvest
Early Autumn view across the Perthshire landscape around Park Hill House
Skiing at Glenshee north along the A93
Park House bed and breakfast enjoying the spring sunshine as it warms the Perthshire mountains
The daffodils bobbing in the Spring sunshine in front of Park House, Perthshire, ready to welcome the first guests of the season.
Garden raspberries ready for jam
Sweet peas and cornflowers in a milk jug in the garden at Park House
The hum of the combines  harvesting the fields next to Park House in late summer
Playing Golf in Perthshire
The Glenshee Snowsports Centre, a short drive North on the A93,  is the largest of Scotland's 5 Ski resorts
The Clubhouse at Rosemount golf course Blairgowrie
Tractors ploughing the fields next to Park House with a good view of Highland Perthshire behind
A plate of luxury toiletries, with Sea kelp extract, that are complementary at Park House
A sea weed shaped bowl of sea shells, larger than those found on the nearby East Coast beaches
Plate with early victorian engraving decorating the walls at Park House
Tea and coffee tray on the window sill of the twin bedroom with a view across the garden to the Perthshire farm land
Hydrangea and peony