Boath Doocot

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[Boath Doocot]

Boath Doocot (dovecot) is one of the National Trust for Scotland's smallest properties - they call it one of their "little gems" - atop an ancient motte bordering Auldearn village. The attractive, 17th century building is unstaffed (with no interior access) but certainly not uninhabited; large numbers of pigeons clearly still call it home, except without the worry of having their eggs, droppings and fellow housemates plundered for food and fertiliser.

[Boath Doocot]

Location & info

📌 Boath Doocot
Doocot Road, Auldearn village centre, G.R.: NH 917556 ///settle.sprouted.cotton
Always open (exterior only) | Free

💬 The car park is a little way down an unsurfaced track (unsuitable for vehicles with low ground clearance) opposite the B9111 / B9101 junction. From here, the doocot is reached by a brief narrow path and flight of steps.

[Boath Doocot]


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