There’s nothing quite like an escape to the Scottish Highlands. It’s eerie quiet, sobering mists and savage beauty routinely manifest themselves in daydreams across London’s Square mile.

And if there were to be a particular spot in Scotland, a particular Loch, it would have to be Letterewe Estate. This great sporting estate, stretches over 17,500 hectares of breath-taking mountains and lochs, four deer forests, and remains uninterrupted by roads or any trappings of modern life. Home to pine martens, golden eagles, wild goats and some 2,000 red deer, Letterewe is known as the ‘last great wilderness of Scotland’.

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- Country and Town House, April 2017
 


Your Scottish Country Sports Adventure - The Scottish Highlands are home to the red deer living in their natural habitat among the wild, rugged hills and mountains. Red deer are the largest wild deer in the UK and one of our native species.


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- Eagle Review, March 2017

 



Housekeeping very good. Nice stalker (as well as his older colleague).

- Christoph, September 2016

 



Fantastic Estate, what an experience. The boat-ride, the staff and the stalking all made for a truly magical experience.

- JP, Amsterdam, NL

 


 

We had a wonderful visit to Letterewe with my family. "a real breath of fresh air!".

- Nick, Brooklyn, NY USA
 


 

Do you go to the same estate each year?

“I do. The estate is Letterewe, which is on the further side of Loch Maree. You can still only get to the house by boat. It has an old 1940s Clyde Police launch that chugs backwards and forwards and that is how you get across.

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- A.A. Gill