On and around the estate you find beautiful views and the opportunity to enjoy all kind of country pursuits like fishing, shooting, hill walking, kayaking, canoeing, gorge walking, horse riding and last but not least skiing in the Cairngorm hills.
You can also visit whisky distilleries, whisky barrel making, or reindeer being fed in the wild. The local area has an abundance of wildlife like red , roe and sika deer, red squirrels, pine marten. There are osprey, red kite and buzzards, grouse and pheasants and for bird watching there are two RSPB reserves close by at Loch Ruthven and Loch Garten.
Shopping in the Capital of the Highlands, Inverness, theatre, museum cinema, pubs and clubs. There are often local festivals and traditional music concerts.
See if you can discover Nessie in Loch Ness, we believe she is still there and enjoy a boat trip on the loch.
View on the Monadhliath Mountains, Waterfall at Foyers, beach at Dores, the famous locks at Fort Augustus, part of the Caledonian Canal
During autumn and winter, the Highlands of Scotland is an ideal place for a visit.
In the autumn you can
enjoy the change of the season in the countryside, all the trees are changing color, you can see beautiful yellows, browns and purples.
In winter you can enjoy the beautiful unspoiled snow in the fields
and the hills.
A trip through the countryside this time of the year is a real feast. And when you're getting cold, a visit to one of the country pubs with open log fires and a choice of whisky, will warm you up.