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Killiehuntly

Cairngorms

Set in 4000-acres Killiehuntly Estate in beautiful Glentromie, Killiehuntly Farmhouse has been painstakingly restored and already proves to be amongst the most popular Wildland destinations. Setting the tone for our signature Scandi-Scot mix of design, concept and style, recognised as one of the top 15 destinations of its type in the world by readers of Conde Naste traveller, featured in many high end international design journals – the nature and beauty of this unique place does justice to the extraordinary landscape that is the recovering Wildland Cairngorm Estate in which it sits. It is an eye-opener to the modern travellers of the world.

Killiehuntly

Cairngorms

– Killiehuntly Farmhouse sleeps 8 –

– Geordies Cottage sleeps 5 –

– The Bothy sleeps 4 –

– The Hayloft sleeps 2 –

– Room-by-room booking –

– Family style dining in the Farmhouse –

– Exclusive hire and individual room booking –

– 4000-acre estate –

– Sauna yurt, river plunge pool –

– Ranger guided walks and outdoor pursuits –

This diverse and welcoming mix of properties has been imaginatively refurbished with furniture created by Danish designers and Highlands craftsmen to create a unique blend of Scottish tradition and contemporary Nordic style.

There’s a broad mix of accommodation available on a room-by-room basis or, with accommodation for 19 guests, why not book the whole of the property? Killiehuntly offers both a fabulous retreat and an ideal base for just getting outdoors and enjoying the drama of Scotland’s big open spaces.

Moreover, Killiehuntly serves good wholesome food made from our own produce; we believe strongly in a farm-to-table ethos increasingly home-grown, simple, natural and, above all, delicious.

Other existing buildings on the estate are also being restored to create a new events resource and provide a broader range of facilities for group bookings.

The Killiehuntly Estate has benefitted from the planting of a staggering 1.5 million trees. The ambition is for this to become a seed orchard for the future planting requirements for the whole of the Wildland project. This replanting also includes a trial area exploring the potential for restoring sub-montane habitats (above 450m). This project has the potential to have Wildland lead the way in addressing what is an ecological absence across the whole of the Scottish Highlands.

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