We noticed this historic site on the Ordnance Survey map (there is also a chapel next door which is open to the public) while staying in Crieff, and a leaflet at our cottage told us we could indeed visit (free / donations). What a good decision it was - we arrived as the wonderful custodian Lara was opening up and she gave us a useful introductory talk, especially on the role of libraries and literacy in the Scottish enlightenment. Later we spent a good hour just reading (me with a first edition 'Duchess of Malfi', no less)! Altogether a place well worth supporting.
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