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View Overlooking loch linnhe
Kingairloch Covid-19 Statement

Current Level- June 2021 Kingairloch is currently in level 1 which means we are allowed a maximum of six people…

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Kingairloch autumn newsletter

Subscribers to our newsletter would have received an email from us recently. If you’re not on our mailing list, but…

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Travelling with a baby to Kingairloch
Making the most of a short break at Kingairloch

All of our self catering properties (with the exception of The Steadings) allow short breaks; either from a Monday-Friday or…

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Kingairloch in the Summer
Five suggestions for making the most of a summer holiday at Kingairloch

You probably haven’t booked a holiday to Scotland because of the weather, let’s face it if you are a sun…

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The Delights Of Our Dark Skies

Standing at the edge of the loch on a clear night; looking to the heavens will convince you that there…

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The Highlands named in Lonely Planet’s “Best in Travel” 2019

Well, isn’t this an accolade! One, which we wholeheartedly agree with and we’re pretty sure, you do too.  The introduction…

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Dawn at the gate lodge
Guest Blog; The Secret Kingdom of Kingairloch

The Shaw family recently got in touch requesting to add a post to our blog, needless to say, we were…

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Guest Blog- A family’s connection with Kingairloch

We know you enjoy reading guest blogs on our website from the emails that we receive. The latest one is…

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Buttons’ Blog-Wedding of the year and hydro news

It has been a super busy time at Kingairloch recently; as you will see from my post we’ve had one…

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Guest Blog- Kingairloch, a wildlife lover’s paradise

In April we had a guest stay with us for their sixth time in Pier Cottage. Every year, this guest…

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Buttons’ Spring Update

Since I last put my paws to the keyboard, I cannot tell you how many doggie dates I have been…

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Seaview Cottage, Kingairloch
Guest Blog-Our first stay at Seaview Cottage

At the end of this week, we welcome our first guests into Seaview Cottage for 2018. Due to the remote…

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Guest blog- Wildlife and Photography

From time to time we will be asking our guests to write a post for our blog following their stay…

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Otter Adventures
Ideas for things to do during your stay at Kingairloch

Many of you already make wonderful plans for your holiday with us; let’s face it there are plenty of things…

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Kingairloch red stag in snow
Spring Kingairloch Newsletter

This weekend we sent out our latest newsletter, incase you are not on our mailing list, you can view the…

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The Boathouse Bistro
Live Music at The Boathouse

On the 10th February we will be having our first live music event at The Boathouse. From 6pm-9pm, come along…

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New Year Newsletter

Here’s our first post for 2018, we hope you enjoy reading about what we have planned for the year ahead.…

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Buttons in the window
A day in the life of Buttons the Border Terrier

Many of our visitors know Susan’s border terrier; she is quite a character and loves meeting you all. For a…

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Glengalmadale
How to get to Kingairloch from Glasgow

It takes approximately three hours to drive from Glasgow to Kingairloch. The roads that you have to drive along are…

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Katrina’s Top Five Favourite Spots at Kingairloch

When guests arrive at Kingairloch, we  are often asked what our favourite spots are on the estate. There are so…

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Tick
Information on Lyme Disease

Recently, Lyme disease has been in the headlines following the announcement by former England Rugby player Matt Dawson having contracted…

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Deer Stalking
Part Two: what to expect when booking your first red deer stalking trip.

Following on from our blog post in May, here is the second part to the article. If you would like…

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Digital Detox
seven ways to have a microadventure at Kingairloch

Visit Scotland recently wrote an article on their blog about microadventures* in Scotland, and well, that got us thinking as…

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Deer Stalking
What to expect when booking your first red deer stalking trip.

We are often asked by people new to Red Deer stalking in the Highlands what they will encounter on their…

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Seaview Cottage, Kingairloch
Review of 2016 and looking forward to an exciting 2017

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Sometimes it’s good to take time and reflect on previous performances. 2016 was an extremely busy year in our self…

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The Kitchen Sink
There’s no need to pack the kitchen sink

You’ve booked your holiday home for a break in the Highlands and chances are, you may be thinking what on…

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Old School Cottage
Work on The Old School has Begun!

We have great news; work on The Old School has begun! After what was a rather lengthy planning process, we…

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Growing Vegetables
Kingairloch produce now for sale

The growing season is well underway in The Walled Garden at Kingairloch. In fact there is so much fresh produce,…

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Travelling with a baby to Kingairloch
Making the most of a short break at Kingairloch

All of our self catering properties (with the exception of The Steadings) allow short breaks; either from a Monday-Friday or…

Read More
Kingairloch in the Summer
Five suggestions for making the most of a summer holiday at Kingairloch

You probably haven’t booked a holiday to Scotland because of the weather, let’s face it if you are a sun…

Read More
The Delights Of Our Dark Skies

Standing at the edge of the loch on a clear night; looking to the heavens will convince you that there…

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Dawn at the gate lodge
Guest Blog; The Secret Kingdom of Kingairloch

The Shaw family recently got in touch requesting to add a post to our blog, needless to say, we were…

Read More
Buttons’ Blog-Wedding of the year and hydro news

It has been a super busy time at Kingairloch recently; as you will see from my post we’ve had one…

Read More
Guest Blog- Kingairloch, a wildlife lover’s paradise

In April we had a guest stay with us for their sixth time in Pier Cottage. Every year, this guest…

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Guest blog- Wildlife and Photography

From time to time we will be asking our guests to write a post for our blog following their stay…

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Otter Adventures
Ideas for things to do during your stay at Kingairloch

Many of you already make wonderful plans for your holiday with us; let’s face it there are plenty of things…

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The Boathouse Bistro
Live Music at The Boathouse

On the 10th February we will be having our first live music event at The Boathouse. From 6pm-9pm, come along…

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Buttons in the window
A day in the life of Buttons the Border Terrier

Many of our visitors know Susan’s border terrier; she is quite a character and loves meeting you all. For a…

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Katrina’s Top Five Favourite Spots at Kingairloch

When guests arrive at Kingairloch, we  are often asked what our favourite spots are on the estate. There are so…

Read More
Deer Stalking
Part Two: what to expect when booking your first red deer stalking trip.

Following on from our blog post in May, here is the second part to the article. If you would like…

Read More
Digital Detox
seven ways to have a microadventure at Kingairloch

Visit Scotland recently wrote an article on their blog about microadventures* in Scotland, and well, that got us thinking as…

Read More
Travelling with a baby to Kingairloch
Making the most of a short break at Kingairloch

All of our self catering properties (with the exception of The Steadings) allow short breaks; either from a Monday-Friday or…

Read More
The Highlands named in Lonely Planet’s “Best in Travel” 2019

Well, isn’t this an accolade! One, which we wholeheartedly agree with and we’re pretty sure, you do too.  The introduction…

Read More
Dawn at the gate lodge
Guest Blog; The Secret Kingdom of Kingairloch

The Shaw family recently got in touch requesting to add a post to our blog, needless to say, we were…

Read More
Seaview Cottage, Kingairloch
Guest Blog-Our first stay at Seaview Cottage

At the end of this week, we welcome our first guests into Seaview Cottage for 2018. Due to the remote…

Read More
Otter Adventures
Ideas for things to do during your stay at Kingairloch

Many of you already make wonderful plans for your holiday with us; let’s face it there are plenty of things…

Read More
Buttons in the window
A day in the life of Buttons the Border Terrier

Many of our visitors know Susan’s border terrier; she is quite a character and loves meeting you all. For a…

Read More
Digital Detox
seven ways to have a microadventure at Kingairloch

Visit Scotland recently wrote an article on their blog about microadventures* in Scotland, and well, that got us thinking as…

Read More
Buttons’ Blog-Wedding of the year and hydro news

It has been a super busy time at Kingairloch recently; as you will see from my post we’ve had one…

Read More
Buttons’ Spring Update

Since I last put my paws to the keyboard, I cannot tell you how many doggie dates I have been…

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Buttons’ Blog-Wedding of the year and hydro news

It has been a super busy time at Kingairloch recently; as you will see from my post we’ve had one…

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Kingairloch red stag in snow
Spring Kingairloch Newsletter

This weekend we sent out our latest newsletter, incase you are not on our mailing list, you can view the…

Read More
The Boathouse Bistro
Live Music at The Boathouse

On the 10th February we will be having our first live music event at The Boathouse. From 6pm-9pm, come along…

Read More
Dawn at the gate lodge
Guest Blog; The Secret Kingdom of Kingairloch

The Shaw family recently got in touch requesting to add a post to our blog, needless to say, we were…

Read More
Guest Blog- A family’s connection with Kingairloch

We know you enjoy reading guest blogs on our website from the emails that we receive. The latest one is…

Read More
Guest Blog- Kingairloch, a wildlife lover’s paradise

In April we had a guest stay with us for their sixth time in Pier Cottage. Every year, this guest…

Read More
Seaview Cottage, Kingairloch
Guest Blog-Our first stay at Seaview Cottage

At the end of this week, we welcome our first guests into Seaview Cottage for 2018. Due to the remote…

Read More
View Overlooking loch linnhe
Kingairloch Covid-19 Statement

Current Level- June 2021 Kingairloch is currently in level 1 which means we are allowed a maximum of six people…

Read More
Tick
Information on Lyme Disease

Recently, Lyme disease has been in the headlines following the announcement by former England Rugby player Matt Dawson having contracted…

Read More
Guest Blog- A family’s connection with Kingairloch

We know you enjoy reading guest blogs on our website from the emails that we receive. The latest one is…

Read More
Glengalmadale
How to get to Kingairloch from Glasgow

It takes approximately three hours to drive from Glasgow to Kingairloch. The roads that you have to drive along are…

Read More
View Overlooking loch linnhe
Kingairloch Covid-19 Statement

Current Level- June 2021 Kingairloch is currently in level 1 which means we are allowed a maximum of six people…

Read More
Kingairloch autumn newsletter

Subscribers to our newsletter would have received an email from us recently. If you’re not on our mailing list, but…

Read More
Travelling with a baby to Kingairloch
Making the most of a short break at Kingairloch

All of our self catering properties (with the exception of The Steadings) allow short breaks; either from a Monday-Friday or…

Read More
Kingairloch in the Summer
Five suggestions for making the most of a summer holiday at Kingairloch

You probably haven’t booked a holiday to Scotland because of the weather, let’s face it if you are a sun…

Read More
The Delights Of Our Dark Skies

Standing at the edge of the loch on a clear night; looking to the heavens will convince you that there…

Read More
The Highlands named in Lonely Planet’s “Best in Travel” 2019

Well, isn’t this an accolade! One, which we wholeheartedly agree with and we’re pretty sure, you do too.  The introduction…

Read More
Dawn at the gate lodge
Guest Blog; The Secret Kingdom of Kingairloch

The Shaw family recently got in touch requesting to add a post to our blog, needless to say, we were…

Read More
Guest Blog- A family’s connection with Kingairloch

We know you enjoy reading guest blogs on our website from the emails that we receive. The latest one is…

Read More
Buttons’ Blog-Wedding of the year and hydro news

It has been a super busy time at Kingairloch recently; as you will see from my post we’ve had one…

Read More
Guest Blog- Kingairloch, a wildlife lover’s paradise

In April we had a guest stay with us for their sixth time in Pier Cottage. Every year, this guest…

Read More
Buttons’ Spring Update

Since I last put my paws to the keyboard, I cannot tell you how many doggie dates I have been…

Read More
Seaview Cottage, Kingairloch
Guest Blog-Our first stay at Seaview Cottage

At the end of this week, we welcome our first guests into Seaview Cottage for 2018. Due to the remote…

Read More
Guest blog- Wildlife and Photography

From time to time we will be asking our guests to write a post for our blog following their stay…

Read More
Otter Adventures
Ideas for things to do during your stay at Kingairloch

Many of you already make wonderful plans for your holiday with us; let’s face it there are plenty of things…

Read More
Kingairloch red stag in snow
Spring Kingairloch Newsletter

This weekend we sent out our latest newsletter, incase you are not on our mailing list, you can view the…

Read More
The Boathouse Bistro
Live Music at The Boathouse

On the 10th February we will be having our first live music event at The Boathouse. From 6pm-9pm, come along…

Read More
New Year Newsletter

Here’s our first post for 2018, we hope you enjoy reading about what we have planned for the year ahead.…

Read More
Buttons in the window
A day in the life of Buttons the Border Terrier

Many of our visitors know Susan’s border terrier; she is quite a character and loves meeting you all. For a…

Read More
Glengalmadale
How to get to Kingairloch from Glasgow

It takes approximately three hours to drive from Glasgow to Kingairloch. The roads that you have to drive along are…

Read More
Katrina’s Top Five Favourite Spots at Kingairloch

When guests arrive at Kingairloch, we  are often asked what our favourite spots are on the estate. There are so…

Read More
Tick
Information on Lyme Disease

Recently, Lyme disease has been in the headlines following the announcement by former England Rugby player Matt Dawson having contracted…

Read More
Deer Stalking
Part Two: what to expect when booking your first red deer stalking trip.

Following on from our blog post in May, here is the second part to the article. If you would like…

Read More
Digital Detox
seven ways to have a microadventure at Kingairloch

Visit Scotland recently wrote an article on their blog about microadventures* in Scotland, and well, that got us thinking as…

Read More
Deer Stalking
What to expect when booking your first red deer stalking trip.

We are often asked by people new to Red Deer stalking in the Highlands what they will encounter on their…

Read More
Seaview Cottage, Kingairloch
Review of 2016 and looking forward to an exciting 2017

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Sometimes it’s good to take time and reflect on previous performances. 2016 was an extremely busy year in our self…

Read More
The Kitchen Sink
There’s no need to pack the kitchen sink

You’ve booked your holiday home for a break in the Highlands and chances are, you may be thinking what on…

Read More
Old School Cottage
Work on The Old School has Begun!

We have great news; work on The Old School has begun! After what was a rather lengthy planning process, we…

Read More
Growing Vegetables
Kingairloch produce now for sale

The growing season is well underway in The Walled Garden at Kingairloch. In fact there is so much fresh produce,…

Read More
Buttons’ Blog-Wedding of the year and hydro news

It has been a super busy time at Kingairloch recently; as you will see from my post we’ve had one…

Read More
Kingairloch autumn newsletter

Subscribers to our newsletter would have received an email from us recently. If you’re not on our mailing list, but…

Read More
Buttons’ Spring Update

Since I last put my paws to the keyboard, I cannot tell you how many doggie dates I have been…

Read More
Kingairloch red stag in snow
Spring Kingairloch Newsletter

This weekend we sent out our latest newsletter, incase you are not on our mailing list, you can view the…

Read More
Kingairloch in the Summer
Five suggestions for making the most of a summer holiday at Kingairloch

You probably haven’t booked a holiday to Scotland because of the weather, let’s face it if you are a sun…

Read More
The Highlands named in Lonely Planet’s “Best in Travel” 2019

Well, isn’t this an accolade! One, which we wholeheartedly agree with and we’re pretty sure, you do too.  The introduction…

Read More
Dawn at the gate lodge
Guest Blog; The Secret Kingdom of Kingairloch

The Shaw family recently got in touch requesting to add a post to our blog, needless to say, we were…

Read More
Katrina’s Top Five Favourite Spots at Kingairloch

When guests arrive at Kingairloch, we  are often asked what our favourite spots are on the estate. There are so…

Read More
Tick
Information on Lyme Disease

Recently, Lyme disease has been in the headlines following the announcement by former England Rugby player Matt Dawson having contracted…

Read More
Deer Stalking
Part Two: what to expect when booking your first red deer stalking trip.

Following on from our blog post in May, here is the second part to the article. If you would like…

Read More
Deer Stalking
What to expect when booking your first red deer stalking trip.

We are often asked by people new to Red Deer stalking in the Highlands what they will encounter on their…

Read More
Travelling with a baby to Kingairloch
Making the most of a short break at Kingairloch

All of our self catering properties (with the exception of The Steadings) allow short breaks; either from a Monday-Friday or…

Read More
Kingairloch autumn newsletter

Subscribers to our newsletter would have received an email from us recently. If you’re not on our mailing list, but…

Read More
The Boathouse Bistro
Live Music at The Boathouse

On the 10th February we will be having our first live music event at The Boathouse. From 6pm-9pm, come along…

Read More
Buttons’ Blog-Wedding of the year and hydro news

It has been a super busy time at Kingairloch recently; as you will see from my post we’ve had one…

Read More
Travelling with a baby to Kingairloch
Making the most of a short break at Kingairloch

All of our self catering properties (with the exception of The Steadings) allow short breaks; either from a Monday-Friday or…

Read More
Kingairloch in the Summer
Five suggestions for making the most of a summer holiday at Kingairloch

You probably haven’t booked a holiday to Scotland because of the weather, let’s face it if you are a sun…

Read More
The Delights Of Our Dark Skies

Standing at the edge of the loch on a clear night; looking to the heavens will convince you that there…

Read More
Travelling with a baby to Kingairloch
Making the most of a short break at Kingairloch

All of our self catering properties (with the exception of The Steadings) allow short breaks; either from a Monday-Friday or…

Read More
Kingairloch in the Summer
Five suggestions for making the most of a summer holiday at Kingairloch

You probably haven’t booked a holiday to Scotland because of the weather, let’s face it if you are a sun…

Read More
The Delights Of Our Dark Skies

Standing at the edge of the loch on a clear night; looking to the heavens will convince you that there…

Read More
The Highlands named in Lonely Planet’s “Best in Travel” 2019

Well, isn’t this an accolade! One, which we wholeheartedly agree with and we’re pretty sure, you do too.  The introduction…

Read More
Kingairloch in the Summer
Five suggestions for making the most of a summer holiday at Kingairloch

You probably haven’t booked a holiday to Scotland because of the weather, let’s face it if you are a sun…

Read More
Dawn at the gate lodge
Guest Blog; The Secret Kingdom of Kingairloch

The Shaw family recently got in touch requesting to add a post to our blog, needless to say, we were…

Read More
Guest Blog- Kingairloch, a wildlife lover’s paradise

In April we had a guest stay with us for their sixth time in Pier Cottage. Every year, this guest…

Read More
Guest blog- Wildlife and Photography

From time to time we will be asking our guests to write a post for our blog following their stay…

Read More