consists of a single street of mainly 18th century cottages, a
plaque on no. 14 records that the painter, Sir William Gillies
(1898 - 1973) lived there.
in the river valley below the village is the ruined Old Church,
once the seat of a body of Red Friars or Templars established
by David I. Dating from the 12th century, it is thought to be
the only surviving Templar building in Scotland.
has some interesting memorial stones including one to farmer John
Craig who died in 1742 and is shown in his Sunday best suit with
his children at his side. Another memorial is to the Reverend
James Goldie and includes his last will and testament.