What a beautiful house, views and people. Campbell & Claire were so welcoming, nothing was too much trouble. Thank you so much Helen, Scott, Sarah, David, Pascal & Jules
We have had such an amazing time in this beautiful surrounding and house. We felt very well cared for. It was in the little details that we felt welcome like the bonfire with marsmellows, bathing products from the area, fresh flowers in each room and the guidance from William to the little cabin up in the mountains. A place that we would love to revisit.
With love from The Netherlands,
Kiki, Mana, Floor, Olga, Fleur, Ariane, Mary
We have just had the most spectacular couple of days in Letterewe. Thank you so much for allowing us to come and share in this little oasis of happiness. The crisp air and views from the top of the hills were more than we could have imagined and we have memories that will last for a long time. The lodge is as welcoming, amazing and comfortable as we could have imagined and we feel extremely well looked after. Thank you again for some halcyon days. We will look forward to seeing you again one day. Until then.
Most places you visit, you are the one who does the traveling. But there are those few places, so special and so unique, that they actually transport you ..... to another time. Another world. A completely different state of mind. Letterewe is one of these most rare destinations. A place where the rugged and the untamed are paired with refined comforts.
And while it might feel like a new experience, there is something strangely familiar about it. It feels ancestral. To go up the hill. To stalk. And to come back down to enjoy a fine single malt or two, a hearty game meal, warm by the fire ... mabye another whiskey perhaps. It's experience I think deep down we all crave, yet few have had the good fortune to have realized it.
Kyle Arango, October 2017
Thank you for a magical week at Letterewe. Plenty of “Hill” hikes, a very special walk to Carnmore. Loving the new Rose Marie. Fantastic family fun. Memories that will last a lifetime. Thank you to team Letterewe for making our stay so welcoming and comfortable….. we quite simply love this place. A unique wilderness and a feeling that Letterewe is in great hands. Thank you for letting the Hill family share in this magic place.
Fantastic days in this marvellous house with its outstanding surroundings. Two great walks, one to Loch Garbhaig and one to Fionn Loch. Unforgettable memory.
30 July - 6 August 2017
Many many thanks for looking after us so wonderfully at Letterewe during our wedding week. From our wedding ceremony on Gruinard Beach, to the hill walks, boat trips & kayaking on the loch, it has all been magical. We could not have dreamed for a more perfect place to celebrate.
We already want to come back!
- Cas, Mike And all the family
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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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.
- A.A. Gill