Just occasionally, you come to a place that defies words – like the Applecross Estate and Peninsula. It is uniquely beautiful and isolated with one of the entry roads being the Bealach nam Bo, the highest pass in Scotland at 626m above sea level; on a fine day,it will give you some of the most spectacular views in Scotland. The Applecross Trust offers a variety of accommodation on the estate, where your neighbours will be deer and highland cattle as well as the welcoming estate staff. With its strong sense of history and community, and its breathtaking landscapes, this is a place to treasure.
Ardgour Estate is steeped in history and has been owned and managed by the Macleans of Ardgour for over six hundred years. The estate is currently managed by Ewen with the support of his wife Annie and their young family. They all greatly look forward to extending a warm welcome to you to share in this very special piece of Scotland.
Ardtornish Estate spreads out around Loch Aline on the Morvern Peninsula – a huge, wooded, U-shaped bay, a natural haven. Wherever you go, high in the hills or down at sea level, there are streams and lochs. The water in the streams is the colour of peaty whisky. Choose from seven traditional self catering holiday cottages or from five dramatic apartments in Ardtornish House.
Ardwell House East Lodge has stunning views across Luce Bay and is set in a peaceful coastal location with woodland to the rear; a footpath provides a short walk to the beach for sealwatching and to enjoy all the other the sealife. The Lodge provides luxury accommodation for a perfect romantic getaway in a cosy traditional gate lodge.