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IMAGINE A KINGDOM

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OF LEGEND NOT MYTH

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A LAND WHERE EAGLES SOAR
AND RED STAG ROAR

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AND RIVERS RUN CLEAR AND DEEP

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OF HEATHER AND STREAM

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A PLACE WHERE WIND BLOWS...

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TOMDOUN, SCOTLAND

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IMAGINE A KINGDOM, YOUR KINGDOM.

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Imagine this place. Scotland.
Imagine a kingdom. Your kingdom.

TOMDOUN HOUSE

Remote in location and quintessentially Victorian by period, the main building dates from 1895. It is a marker on the historic drovers’ trail, linking Invergarry to the Isle of Skye.

HOW FAR DO YOU NEED TO GO TO GET AWAY FROM IT ALL?

With a visit to Toundoun Estate experience some of the best and wildest stretches of river and some of the most exciting fishing locations anywhere in the Highlands.

WEST OF TOMDOUN:
HEADING OUT TO SEA FROM KINLOCH HOURN

WORLD-CLASS ANGLING

Whether casting from river’s edge or from one of our boats, you will get to experience fly- and lure-fishing at its pinnacle. With local ‘beats’ world-famous for its voracious wild trout and great salmon runs, there is chance to catch a fish of a life a lifetime. In pristine natural habitat.

GETTING HERE


For international visitors
Fly into Glasgow Airport and connect with the helicopter (around one hour) or car transfer (three hours) for a sweeping trip into the heartland of the Scottish Highlands, passing natural beauty spots of Ben Nevis – the highest peak in the UK – Glen Coe and Loch Lomond.

Tomdoun has a private helipad located in front of the House. Private aircraft can land by appointment five miles from the Estate.

For British travellers
Fly to Glasgow or connect with flights to Inverness Airport, leaving the prospect of a 1hr 20 minute drive along side Loch Ness, through the Great Glen and out towards the West coast.

Tomdoun Estate covers 11,000 acres of unspoilt Highlands, west of Fort Augustus and north-east of Malaig. This historic part of West of Scotland is rich in clan heritage and great place to embrace the ancient spirit of the Highlands. It remains one of the UK’s last great wildernesses.

Tomdoun – part of the Tuxford Estates.