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Craiganour is a traditional sporting and agricultural estate located north of Loch Rannoch in Highland Perthshire. Extending to approximately 21,000 acres, the estate offers spectacular scenery and idyllic isolation while only an hour and half from the city of Perth, Scotland.
Dalnaglar Castle is set on a beautiful naturally elevated site in the heart of Glenshee, which translates as ‘The Valley of Peace’ and is known locally as ‘the fairy glen’.
Dell is a superb 7000 acre mixed sporting estate situated in Stratherrick, near Loch Ness. Dell House is a lovely 18th century Georgian property, ideal for sporting or family holidays providing accommodation for up to 16 guests.
A historic house along a tree-lined drive providing an elegant space for family gatherings.
For the Irish hospitality you need look no further than Drenagh, midway between the historic city of Derry and the Giants’ Causeway.
Drimnin House is a family home situated in an idyllic coastal location on the secluded Drimnin Estate with wonderful sea views. Guests are encouraged to treat the house as their home and a place where they can relax and enjoy the house, its gardens and the estate.
Dun Aluinn sleeps up to 18 guests in nine sumptuous individually designed bedrooms, each with a private en-suite bathroom.
Eagles Crag Lodge offers very comfortable accommodation for up to eight guests and enjoys wonderful views looking down over the Alladale River.
Edinchip House is set in beautiful parkland with wonderful views towards Loch Earn.
Eilean Darach Estate is situated in breathtaking west coast scenery in the Strath of Little Loch Broom and enjoys magnificent views of the An Teallach range.
Eilean Shona House is stunningly situated on a small privately owned island set at the entrance to Loch Moidart in Argyll.
Erchless Castle is in a wonderful setting offering accommodation for 18 adults + 2 children.
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