Innerwick Estate is located half way up Glenlyon, which is Scotland’s longest and one of the most beautiful glens, with a variety of landscapes from deep river gorges and rock pools to gentle farmland and dramatic mountain peaks. The glen is of particular interest to walkers with low level river walks, many hill tracks and high level hill walks including Perthshire’s highest peak, Ben Lawers within a few miles of Innerwick Estate.
The extravagant yet welcoming Burgie House is situated on the stunning Moray Firth with views overlooking Findhorn Bay. This large and luxurious holiday retreat is possibly one of the most outstanding homes that Scotland offers. Being nestled in over 1000 acres of private land, boasting classical architecture and space to sleep up to 25 in style and comfort, Burgie House makes a unique ideal location for a large gathering.
The charming Douglas Water Golf Club, set on a hill above the Douglas Water (from which it takes its name) is an undulating course with plateau greens, providing a challenging round for any standard of golfer. The Golf Club’s association with the Douglas-Home Family goes back to its origins in 1921 and still continue today. Visitors to the Club are always welcome – except on occasional Saturdays when the course is closed for Club events.
Geddes House is a traditional Georgian family mansion which sits in a 1,000 acre Highland estate near Inverness, in the north of Scotland. It provides ideal self catering accommodation for Scottish holidays, weekends and short breaks away. The eight bedroom mansion, which sleeps up to 17 people, is situated on a working family farm and home and is full of Scottish character and history. It is pet friendly and is relaxed and unpretentious with a warm atmosphere. Guests soon feel the house is their own.
Nothing clears the head, calms the soul and refreshes the spirit like nature. In today’s hectic world we all need to switch off, breathe deeply and take a moment to recharge our batteries. Imagine being surrounded by beauty and wildlife. Hiking in the hills, freewheeling down a dirt track, swimming in an icy river, gazing up at the sky as a bird of prey soars high above – this is what freedom feels like. Welcome to Glenfeshie. Welcome to WildLand.
Golf has been a way of life in Sutherland Estate for over a century and we have many old and well-loved courses, ranging from the picturesque nine hole course at Bonar Bridge, to the splendour of Royal Dornoch’s Championship Course, currently ranked tenth in the world.