The Falls of Braan looking toward Ossian’s Hall
One of the best spots for viewing the Falls of Braan is Ossian’s Hall, an 18th century folly creaded by the Duke of Atholl, perched above the Falls of Braan. The Hall has been recently renovated by the National Trust for Scotland with the addition of glass door at the entrance to the semi circular viewing area. I’m not a fan of the new colour scheme and wall murals in the interior of Ossian’s Hall.
Rainbow at the Falls of Braan
I love visiting The Hermitage, it’s beautiful at any time of year.
The Falls of Braan in Autumn
Have you visited the Falls of Braan?