Find out more about our accommodation, tours and location.
How far are you from Glasgow?
Shemore and Shantron are just 25 mins drive from Glasgow Airport.
What can we book at your farm?
We have holiday accommodation in the way of Shemore Cottage, sleeps 4 and Adults only Luxury Barns with Hot Tubs. We also run Farm Tours.
How do we get to Shantron and Shemore Farm?
We are just ½ a mile along our tarmac farm road from the main road A82. This is single track, so drivers should not exceed 15 mph, and take care at corners.
A vehicle is essential for your stay with us.
If you use google Maps and type in Shemore Farm or Shantron Farm (which ever one your tour or accommodation is at), it will take you right to Farm.
How close are Shantron and Shemore to each other?
They are ½ a mile apart so just a 5 minute walk from each other
What accommodation and activities are at each farm?
Hosts all the Lambing Experiences Tours
Day in the Life of the Farmer
Hosts Bus Tours and Travel Trade bookings
Adventure Quad Bike Trailer Tours
Do you Welcome pets?
Yes we offer guests to bring one dog to our Inchcailloch Barn. Sorry our cottage is not able to take dogs.
What time can we check in?
Shemore Cottage – 3pm on day of arrival
Bonnie Barns 4pm on day of arrival.
What time is check-out – and where should we leave the key?
Check out is strictly 10am for all properties. Please leave key in the lock on the inside of the door.
Where do I get the key?
Your accommodation will be unlocked and ready for you. The key will be in the lock on the inside of the door. We aim to drop down within 15 mins of your arrival to check you have everything you need so please give Kay a call 07751560577 and let us know when you are here.
Will we see staff during our stay?
Staff will only come to test your hot tub (Bonnie Barns) at 10am. We will not disturb you, the test will only take 5 mins.
We are a working farm, so you may observe us working with the animals in the fields or up in the farm yards.
If you would like to speak to us, please pop up to the farm house or call Kay and we can arrange to meet with you.
Do we need to bring bedding and towels?
All bed linen is provided. We also provide you with Bath Towels and hand towel.
Does the accommodation have cleaning materials?
Yes, We will provide you with Dish Cloths, Kitchen and bathroom Cleaning sprays and Dish washer tablets and washing powered for the cottages.
Does the cottage have a stove or Fire?
Yes, Shemore Cottage has open fires. We will provide you with Starter pack of Papers, kindling and coal. You can pick up coal and kindling from local garages or shops. We will provide you with Logs.
Do the cottages have hot tubs?
No, only our Bonnie Barns have hot tubs at the moment.
Can we bring our dog to the farm while we visit?
Unfortunately no you cannot bring your dog while visiting on a farm tour.
What do we wear if we are coming on a tour at farm?
Please dress appropriately for the weather conditions that day and type of season for your experience.
Wellies are most likely the best footwear to bring and have a change of footwear to wear on your journey home. Old trainers or hiking boots are also ideal.
Being a farm, there is a possibility for mud, so wear clothes that you don’t mind getting a bit dirty.
Bring waterproof jacket and trousers, if you don’t need them they can always stay in the car. but if the wearer turns wetter than expected, you will be delighted you packed them!
How early can we turn up for the experience?
Please do not turn up any earlier than 10 mins before the time of your event. We have limited parking available.
Can we walk around the farm while we wait for our event to start?
As this is a working farm they may be moving machinery. We ask our visitors to stay at the car parking area and a member of the team will collect you at the start of your event.
Please be mindful of other visitors arriving in vehicles, children should not be left to wonder unattended.