Relax. restore. revive
Barmolloch is home to Helen and Stewart Wright and a whole host of wildlife and free range animals.
On occasion you may meet Helen’s visiting children Matthew & Eilidh.
At times there may be resident volunteers staying with the family and helping with the biodynamic principle farming.
Working towards biodynamic/permaculture organic gardening in large polytunnels, producing vegetables and fruit.
We also have had the privilege of welcoming and working with incredible international volunteers on our smallholding.
FREE RANGE animals, poultry & bees
We enjoy sharing our space with rare breed Boreray sheep, hens, geese, ducks and bees, farm dogs and cats.
There is an opportunity to observe, experience positive interaction with our animals and learn how to care for them.
"Built on the boundaries of the farm square, Barmolloch is situated mid way along the scenic Kilmichael Glen on a steading which was used as a way station during the great cattle droves from the highlands and islands to the borders. Barmolloch apparently means "land of the green grass" and the "Kil" in Kilmartin means "church". The farm is bounded on one side by the single track road which runs the length of the glen and on the other by the Clachandubh burn (free fishing for brown trout in season)"