You’ve likely noticed that the Bowcliffe menus are frequently smattered with divine dishes containing Laudale Estate venison, but as more people become enamoured with staycationing and exploring the most unspoiled parts of the UK, we thought it was about time we shone a rather more prominent spotlight on this Scottish jewel.
Laudale is an exceptional Scottish Estate nestled on the southern shores of picturesque Loch Sunart on the beautiful and unspoiled Morven Peninsula. It not only produces some of the most delicious venison we’ve ever tasted but also offers up the finest accommodation in a setting that is, quite frankly, spectacular. Whether you’re looking for the splendour and scope offered by Laudale House, or, the cosiness and romance of a hidden cottage, Laudale has options for every taste and budget.
The Estate has some of the best accommodation you’re likely to find, with the main country house, Laudale House, setting the precedent by epitomising the very best in Scottish hospitality. Accommodating twenty people in 10 luxurious en-suite bedrooms and featuring a large kitchen diner, formal dining room, drawing room with open fire, television lounge, games room, drying room and fully integrated wireless sound system on the ground floor, it is the ideal place for birthday celebrations, anniversary parties, weddings, or, simply to escape to and reconnect with family and friends. To ensure you get the very best from your stay, ghillies can be arranged to run stalking parties, teach archery, reveal the best fishing spots or lead wildlife walks which bring to life the outstanding natural beauty of the area. Use of the Estate boat & Boatman can also be arranged for trips on the Loch and further afield.
If however, you’re after a getaway for a smaller group, or perhaps a wildly romantic couples retreat – then Laudale also has six beautiful self-catering cottages, accommodating between two and six people, all with views across the Loch and enjoying the same sense of seclusion that Laudale House does.
Stalking, archery, clay pigeon shooting and watersports, are just a few of the activities available to book on the Estate. Waking up to the view across the waters of Loch Sunart really is quite something, especially if you catch it covered with an early morning layer of ethereal mist, or sparkling blindingly in glorious sunshine.
Perhaps the icing on the cake is that Laudale has its very own seaplane, ‘The Spirit of Laudale’, available to fly you (and up to eight other guests) straight to the Estate from Loch Lomond or any airport of your choice. Failing that, book a flight during your stay, we guarantee you that exploring the spectacular West Coast of Scotland by seaplane is a breath-taking and awe-inspiring experience that will never leave you.
To Book Laudale House
To find out more about Laudale House visit www.laudale.co.uk. To make an enquiry, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01937 541111. Please note that bookings are only available for the whole house with a minimum 3-night stay.
To Book Laudale Cottages
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