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Laudale EstateMorvern Peninsular, West Coast of Scotland
Sleeps: 20

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Laudale EstateMorvern Peninsular, West Coast of Scotland

Sleeps - 20

Region - Highlands & Islands

Sporting
Stalking · Trout Fishing

Activities
Beach · Boats · Sailing

Facilities
Snooker / Billiards · Wifi

Features
Fully Catered

Rental
£POA

Estate Details

Laudale EstateMorvern Peninsular, West Coast of Scotland

Sleeps - 20

Region - Highlands & Islands

Sporting
Stalking · Trout Fishing

Activities
Beach · Boats · Sailing

Facilities
Snooker / Billiards · Wifi

Features
Fully Catered

Rental
£POA

Laudale House on the Laudale Estate offers luxury accommodation for up to 20 guests on an exclusive, fully catered basis.  Laudale House is located on the southern shores of Loch Sunart and enjoys wonderful across the loch.  The estate is situated on the beautiful and unspoiled Morvern Peninsula on the West Coast of Scotland.  Laudale House was built by John Campbell of Ardslignish between 1755 and 1790 and has been recently refurbished to the very highest standards offering luxurious and welcoming accommodation.

Laudale House is the perfect venue for a large family gathering, special celebration, sporting week, or for a secluded, private corporate meeting.  There are 10 luxurious en suite bedrooms offering great comfort for guests, together with spacious accommodation on the ground floor for entertaining, relaxing and unwinding.

Laudale’s position on the edge of Loch Sunart make it ideal for those wanting to explore the breathtaking scenery of the west coast of Scotland by sea. The Sound of Mull and the Western Isles offer fantastic sailing, stunning views and the chance to glimpse seals, otters, dolphins, basking sharks and Minke whales with the remote hills providing habitat for a wealth of birds including sea eagles and golden eagles.

Closer to home, the Loch and the rocky coast line lend themselves to exploring by kayak and canoe, with plenty of wildlife to spot as you paddle. Guided kayaking and canoeing tours, with all the equipment provided can be arranged to help you get the best from the area.

Mackerel fishing is available in Loch Sunart and an inland loch, adjacent to the House is available for trout fishing.  Casting lessons are available to novices of all ages!

Laudale offers a stunning backdrop for clay pigeon shooting, together with instruction for novices through to experienced clay shooters.  Demanding concentration, a good eye and swift reactions clay shooting is certainly a fun activity for all to enjoy.  Instruction and advice, as well as guns and cartridges, are all provided by the estate. You can partake in Archery on the lawns overlooking the shoreline at Laudale, perfect for this noble sport.

The Laudale ghillies are available to offer ‘Wildlife Walks’ tailored to suit your itinerary.

Seaplane
The Laudale Estate has taken delivery of a brand new Cessna 208 Seaplane, the Spirit of Laudale. Operated by Loch Lomond Seaplanes Ltd, the aircraft is the only commercially available seaplane in the UK and one of a handful in Europe. Able to carry a maximum of 9 passengers (depending on the amount of luggage), plus pilot, the Spirit of Laudale is an unforgettable way to begin your rental at Laudale House. Laudale’s enviable position on the shores of Loch Sunart means that guests travelling to Laudale may arrange to fly in directly from Glasgow airport, with an approximate flight time of 35 minutes, or take a short 20 minute taxi journey to spectacular Loch Lomond and for the ultimate departure, experience the thrill of taking off from water, arriving at Laudale approximately 30 minutes later on Loch Sunart.

Laudale features a large kitchen/diner, formal dining room, wet bar, drawing room with open fire, television room, games room and drying room. The House also boasts a fully integrated, wireless sound system on the ground floor and an Xbox One with Kinect in the games room. High chairs, cots, playpen and other baby equipment are all available on request.

Their cook will create delicious meals using fresh, seasonal produce from the Estate and can recommend an online wine ordering service if required.

The Laudale Estate team are on hand to ensure you get the very best from your rental including fishing, stalking, clay shooting, archery, wildlife walks in this area of outstanding natural beauty.  The Estate boat & Boatman can also be arranged for trips on the loch and further afield.

We say...

A stunning west coast lodge and estate on the shores of Loch Sunart.  For the ultimate place to arrive by seaplane!

Accommodation

Laudale House is the perfect venue for a large family gathering, special celebration, sporting week, or for a secluded, private corporate meeting.  There are 10 luxurious en suite bedrooms offering great comfort for guests, together with spacious accommodation on the ground floor for entertaining, relaxing and unwinding.

Laudale features a large kitchen/dining room, formal dining room, wet bar, drawing room with open fire, television room, games room and drying room. The House also has a fully integrated, wireless sound system on the ground floor and an Xbox One with Kinect in the games room. High chairs, cots, playpen and other baby equipment are all available on request.

Their cook will create delicious meals using fresh, seasonal produce from the Estate and can recommend an online wine ordering service if required.

Sporting

Stalking
Traditional red deer stalking takes place on Laudale each season, culling in a selective way to maintain a healthy herd.  Experienced stalkers employ their skills developed over many seasons.  A day on the hill with one of the Laudale stalkers will be memorable and informative.  Ideally stalking groups are 2 – 4 guests per party works best.  The red deer stalking season runs from July until February, Stalking is available at an additional charge, must be pre-booked and may be subject to weather conditions. Guns are available for hire at £30 per day.

Out of season or for those who do not wish to shoot, but would love to experience being ‘on the hill’ Laudale can offer guests the chance to do some ‘camera stalking’ which provides superb opportunities for taking beautiful photographs of deer in some truly spectacular scenery.

Activities

Clay pigeon shooting
Laudale offers a stunning backdrop for clay pigeon shooting, together with instruction for novices through to experienced clay shooters.  Demanding concentration, a good eye and swift reactions clay shooting is certainly a fun activity for all to enjoy.  Instruction and advice, as well as guns and cartridges, are all provided by the estate.

Wildlife walks
The wide variety of landscapes on the Estate provide habitats for a wealth of flora and fauna, along the shoreline to the woodland and the open moorland.  Red and roe deer, golden and white tailed eagles, otters and pine martens are all seen at Laudale regularly.

The Laudale ghillies are available to offer ‘Wildlife Walks’. These can be tailored to suit your itinerary, but ideally last about half a day, and a great way for younger members of a party to be introduced to this wonderful environment.  The walks can be arranged before or after lunch, alternatively, should the weather permit we can create a delicious picnic for you to enjoy wherever you are.Unlimited clays & Cartridges

  • Novice tuition available
  • Available to a wide age range
  • Beautiful location

Archery
The lawns overlooking the shoreline at Laudale are perfect for this noble sport. We can accommodate all levels of skill and ability, ensuring everyone is involved and has great fun. Tuition and guidance will be offered.

Sailing/Watersports
Laudale’s position on the edge of Loch Sunart make it ideal for those wanting to explore the breathtaking scenery of the west coast of Scotland by sea. The Sound of Mull and the Western Isles offer fantastic sailing, stunning views and the chance to glimpse seals, otters, dolphins, basking sharks and Minke whales with the remote hills providing habitat for a wealth of birds including sea eagles and golden eagles.

Closer to home, the Loch and the rocky coast line lend themselves to exploring by kayak and canoe, with plenty of wildlife to spot as you paddle. Guided kayaking and canoeing tours, with all the equipment provided can be arranged to help you get the best from the area.

Mackerel fishing is available in Loch Sunart and an inland loch, adjacent to the House is available for trout fishing.  Casting lessons are available to novices of all ages!  Scotland offers some of the best sea fishing available and the waters close to Laudale are testament to this, with boats able to enjoy giant Skate fishing, with some specimens weighing in at over 200 lbs. Hake, Lesser Spotted Dogfish  Spurdog and Thornback have also been caught at specimen and record weights  in the waters off the West Coast of Scotland.

  • Deep water moorings
  • Launch available for day trips
  • Local guides for kayaking/ canoeing trips
  • Excellent fishing

Seaplane
The Laudale Estate has taken delivery of a brand new Cessna 208 Seaplane, the Spirit of Laudale. Operated by Loch Lomond Seaplanes Ltd, the aircraft is the only commercially available seaplane in the UK and one of a handful in Europe. Able to carry a maximum of 9 passengers (depending on the amount of luggage), plus pilot, the Spirit of Laudale is an unforgettable way to begin your rental at Laudale House.

Laudale’s enviable position on the shores of Loch Sunart means that guests travelling to Laudale may arrange to fly in directly from Glasgow airport, with an approximate flight time of 35 minutes, or take a short 20 minute taxi journey to spectacular Loch Lomond and for the ultimate departure, experience the thrill of taking off from water, arriving at Laudale approximately 30 minutes later on Loch Sunart.

Exploring the spectacular West Coast of Scotland by seaplane is a breathtaking and awe inspiring experience that will never leave you. After taxiing into your take off position on Loch Sunart, the seaplane is essentially a boat, mixing with any other water traffic. Once the seaplane picks up speed you feel like you’re in a very fast speed boat before lifting gently off the water as the imposing and glorious Scottish landscape begins to unfold before you. As you fly your chosen route, your highly experienced Captain will point out ancient landmarks and stunning landscape features visible just below the aircraft, before returning to Loch Sunart to land gently back on its waters.

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