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Nature

One of the last unspoiled natural habitats of Northern Europe

“Off the beaten track” paradise for nature lovers

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The natural environment of Letterewe boasts an embarrassment of riches. Dozens of wildflowers, including orchids and wood anemones, hundreds of mosses and lichens, and the ‘monarch of the glen’, Britain’s biggest land mammal. There are also rare bird species, including ring ouzels and black throated divers, as well as resident golden eagles – Scotland’s national bird.

Glass bottom boats from Gairloch

Set out on Alice, the glass bottomed boat - a converted lifeboat - to study the rich sea life of Loch Gairloch.

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Victoria falls

It’s a National Nature Reserve, and well worth exploring to see the ancient Caledonian Pinewood and mountain environment.

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Carnmore in the wilderness of Scotland

Hike to Carnmore through the unspoiled wilderness of Scotland, away from all paved roads.

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Whale Cruises

During certain periods of the year you can take a whale cruise from Gairloch.

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Unspoiled nature

The route takes you into the domain of ravens, eagles and deer.

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Rare species of plants

Letterewe Estate offers unspoiled Scottish landscape with rare species of plants.

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Golden eagle

Watch the Golden eagles fly over.

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Perfect for active getaways and relaxing holidays. Book your energising highland holiday now.

ENJOY NATURE ON EVERY LETTEREWE DOORSTEP