As a new Laird, Lord or Lady, you can come and find your plot, take a walk in the woods, take a photograph of your Estate, picnic by the river and much more!
The land is a nature reserve and you will be able to enjoy bird watching, fungi spotting, country pursuits and lots of tranquillity.
You are welcome to plant a tree or scatter ashes.
Naturally you may not run any form of commercial service from your plot as the land is zoned as woodland and we operate it as a nature reserve. It is completely unsuitable for camping and no vehicles are permitted past the car park. No overnight stops are permitted. Should you wish to experience the thrill of a night in the woods, we recommend the Laird’s Lodge – a night to remember forever.
No hunting is allowed, or fishing, except in Loch Loyne and Loch Linnhe which has a rich population of non-native pike.
Wild camping is covered by Scottish law. We try not to offer legal advice, so please can we direct you to this handy guide to wild camping in Scotland?
We operate several nature reserves and lack the legal authority to prevent responsible wild camping. Because so many people own souvenir land in some of the reserves there is the potential for excessive use of these relatively small areas and we therefore request that our supporters choose not to pitch a tent. When camping is spread evenly over the thousands of miles of wild mountain land, it does no obvious harm. We fear that if not controlled, this would not be the case at Mountainview, Kilnaish and Glencoe Wood.