We enjoy little-known, rarely-visited stone circles. Lundin Farm fits the bill. The small stone circle is situated on an elevated mound, high above surrounding countryside. The stones circle an oak tree which looks as if it were part of the monument.
The site would be even more picturesque in seasons when the oak is in leaf, but is impressive any time.
Visiting the circle is easy - but challenging. Just past Aberfeldy, at about the third turning on the right past the distillery, sign-posted (but easy to miss). A short distance down the lane, one takes the right hand fork up a rough road for a short distance. The circle is impossible to miss. One may park within a few steps - it is unlikely that other traffic will appear.
Worth the effort for stone circle enthusiasts - and anyone wishing to feel the link to the distant past. We ask "why here?" and "what for?".