Knock Earth House
Mystery surrounds this stone lined underground chamber. Discovered in the 1960’s by a ploughman working his field, the Knock Earth House as it’s now known is thought to have originally been a ‘souterrain’ or Earth House dating from the late Bronze Age. It’s also likely that the site was built or adapted in the 18th Century to house an illicit whisky still, disguised by a corn-drying kiln built next to its entrance.
The Knock earth house can be found by taking a diversion off the West Avonside Path. The site is an ancient listed monument, so if exploring please take care not to disturb any stones.
Every season brings new reasons to visit Glenlivet Estate.
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Set in the stunning eastern Highlands of Scotland, there’s so much waiting to be discovered.