The Doocot is an octagonal, brick-built structure dating to the 18th Century. Whilst once supplying pigeon meat to the now ruined Carron House, it now lies in a state of disrepair.
The doocot offers one octagonal room of approximately 13.25m2 and can be accessed through a single doorway. Internally, original features remain, although there is currently no roof, doors or windows in place.
Vehicular access could be made available along the route indicated on the plan overleaf. It may also be possible to create a parking area should this be required. Pedestrian access is available from the pathways and the Abbotshaugh footbridge.