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Herewith our wonderful collection of properties with water frontage overlooking a loch, river or the sea. If you require any assistance in helping you decide on the perfect property or sporting estate, please call us on +44 (0)131 476 6500
Morsgail Lodge is situated in a fantastic position right on the edge of the Morsgail Loch and offers excellent unspoilt salmon, sea trout fishing, walked-up grouse shooting and stalking.
Port-an-Eilean is situated in a breathtaking setting on the north bank of Loch Tummel, surrounded by 40 acres of natural and ancient woodland, with magnificent views towards Schiehallion.
St Colms is a magnificent Edwardian Mansion overlooking the 16th green of the famous West Links of North Berwick.
Stenton House is an exceptional Victorian country house enjoying a wonderful position with expansive lawns which lead down to the privately owned Stenton Beat of the River Tay. Salmon fishing on the Stenton Beat is available for house guests subject to availability.
The Delphi Club on Abaco is a small luxury hotel and fishing lodge in an idyllic wilderness location. Its guests enjoy the best of Bahamas bonefishing, brilliant birding and a wide range other activities in one of the Bahamas’ hidden beauty spots.
The Gate Lodge is located on the edge of Loch Ericht at the end of an 8 mile long private estate drive and offers accommodation for up to eight guests in luxurious accommodation with stunning views.
Tomatin House, dating from approximately 1640, enjoys an idyllic private setting surrounded by lawns and mixed woodland by the River Findhorn.
Overlooking a beautiful, remote West Coast Sea Loch, this outstanding property is only accessible by private boat from the mainland.
Easter available at Wyvis Lodge. The lodge is situated at the head of Loch Glass, Wyvis Lodge is the ultimate Highland retreat. Please contact Jenny for more informaiton.
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