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Airlie Castle has been in the Earl of Airlie’s family ownership since the 12th century and we are privileged to be able to let this wonderful home on an exclusive basis.
Built in the style of a grand traditional Scottish Laird’s country house, this is a modern eco house with the luxury for today’s holiday expectations.
Auchmull Sporting Lodge offers very comfortable accommodation for up to eight guests and enjoys wonderful far reaching views to the Gannochy Estate grouse moors.
Convalloch is a charming large historic holiday homes. Originally a traditional Scottish farmhouse and steading, it was converted in the 1980s to form a single large holiday home which is now offered to guests as self-catering holiday accommodation.
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’.
A historic house along a tree-lined drive providing an elegant space for family gatherings.
Forest Lodge is located eight miles along a private road from the village of Blair Atholl and set against the dramatic back-drop of Glen Tilt.
Surrounded by stunning scenery in Glenisla, Forter Castle was originally built in 1560 and enjoys a history as rich as the countryside in which it sits.
Great beat with good salmon fishing – close to good transport links. Average annual catch on Gallery is 180 salmon (5 year average).
The Inshewan beat of the South Esk offers 2 miles of double bank salmon and sea trout fishing with over 20 named pools.
Kemback House is one of the finest contemporary homes in Scotland. Situated on the picturesque East Coast, surrounded in rich history, the house is the perfect exclusive venue for all occasions.
Kinblethmont is a wonderful base for exploring Angus and Scotland generally. The main house and cottage nestle in the tranquil policy woodlands in the centre of the arable farmland.
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