The Jute Store at Brooklinn Mill

It’s not too early to start planning….

Is it just us or has this year gone very fast indeed? It seems only 5 minutes since the summer holidays and here we are in October! If you are feeling a bit gloomy with the prospect of autumn and winter perhaps we can help out: Bookings for the Jute Store and the Loft in […]


Perthshire Open Studios 3 – 11 September 2016

Perthshire Open Studios is an exciting annual event showcasing the work of some of Perthshire’s artists, creators and makers. We love this event because it offers an opportunity to visit studios and workshops across the area meeting with makers and artists along the way. (more…)


Front, back and side

One of the comments we hear most often from guests staying at the Jute Store is: “It’s much bigger than it looks”. Well, yes it is. From the front it looks like a pretty typical country cottage, and you would be forgiven for thinking “how on earth can it sleep 6 people?” But its secret […]

Spacious open plan living

Introducing the Loft

We are delighted to introduce the Loft for holidays at Brooklinn Mill. The Loft provides stunning self-catering holiday accommodation for up to two people, with breathtaking views across the rivers, treetops and to the hills beyond. (more…)

Autumn colours at Brooklinn Mill

Autumn and Winter short breaks

As the wonderful Autumn colours appear, this really is a great time to visit East Perthshire and to stay at the Jute Store. We are ideally located for walking holidays, skiing at Glenshee and of course, enjoying the spectacular autumn colours from the windows! We have short breaks available from November through until March priced […]

There must be a way in somewhere....

Squirrel antics

It seems as though the first litter of baby squirrels are out and about this year. We have spotted one or two nervous novices on the feeders recently. (more…)

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Spring has sprung

Like much of the country we have been enjoying a spell of glorious spring weather: warm sunny days and cool nights. The change in the weather has brought us our wood anemones which carpet the banks – I love the way they clamber over the mounds of still dormant ferns. (more…)