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What we do best! Recommend the perfect house on the perfect estate with great shooting. Walked-up and driven days or a combination can be arranged.
Carnell originally belonged to the Wallace family, ancestors of the present owners, for whom the original 16th Century Towerhouse was built. It is the ideal venue for all types of private parties and conferences.
Cavens is an intimate country house with a sense of warmth, relaxation and well-being. The perfect venue for a sporting week or a gathering of friends & family.
Chesthill House, on the South Chesthill Estate, is set in a beautiful location facing towards the well known waterfall and Roman Bridge situated in Glenlyon, the longest glen in Scotland and reputedly the most beautiful.
Coire Domhain has glorious views up Glenfeshie and overlooks ancient pines, hills, heather and the River Feshie.
Colstoun is a wonderful venue in East Lothian for parties, weddings and corporate events.
Corrour Lodge offers exceptional standards of comfort accompanied by a warm welcome, excellent food and the best of Highland hospitality.
Welcome to Croxton Lodge. The lodge nestles in remote parkland with superb views over its own lakes on the Belvoir Estate.
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’.
Dalness Estate is a 13,000 acre traditional sporting estate set amongst some of the most dramatic scenery in the Scottish Highlands
Dell is a superb 7000 acre mixed sporting estate situated in Stratherrick. Dell House is a lovely 18th century property, ideal for sporting or family holidays. The Estate can accommodate parties of up to 26 people, within Dell House, Garden Cottage and Fechlin Cottage.
For the Irish hospitality you need look no further than Drenagh, midway between the historic city of Derry and the Giants’ Causeway.
Dundas Castle is one of Scotland’s most beautiful and historic castles. Built in 1818 by the renowned Scottish architect, William Burn, the Castle is now the luxurious stately home of Sir Jack Stewart-Clark and his wife, Lady Lydia.
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