First completed in 1895, Tomdoun House is a fine example of Highlands architecture. The recent refurbishment by Tuxford Estates has seen a traditional sporting lodge transformed into a magnificent seven-bedroom rural retreat.


With the benefit of every modern convenience, enjoy state-of-the-art living in age old comfort. A vast kitchen area makes pre-dinner drinks in an informal setting simple. Whereas formal dining rooms gives additional theatre to your time in the Scottish Highlands. Whether eating inside or out – in our purpose-built outdoor living space – quality craftsmanship underpins every inch.


Every item, every ornament, every piece of furniture is handpicked and hand-crafted to fit in sympathetically with its surroundings. From cutlery to candlestick; fireplace to place setting; all fixtures and fittings are of the highest possible quality.


With five suites, all featuring newly-fitted en suite bathrooms, gaining a little ‘me time’ is always possible – even when the house is filled with guests. In addition the second floor sleeps up to six, also with its own bathroom.

Notable guests over the centuries include James Matthew Barrie, the writer of famous children’s novel, Peter Pan. He was said to find inspiration for his short story, The Boy Who Refused To Grow Up, during his stay at Tomdoun House.

“My recent stay at Tomdoun Estate was out of this world! We were hoping to find a unique Scottish retreat that still has modern facilities and the House was absolutely perfect.”


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.