Scatwell House and Gardens offer a superior quality location for a memorable holiday, special celebration or productive corporate event. There is an abundance of activities close by, so you donít have to venture far if you donít want to.
Scatwell House lies in perfect tranquility and seclusion about 6 miles west of the hamlet of Marybank in the heart of Strathconon, considered by many to be one of Scotlandís most beautiful glens. Though 17 miles long, the glen is not a through road so there is only light local traffic and as a result remains a tranquil, protected and very secure location. The surrounding countryside is renowned for its striking scenery ranging from the dramatic mountains, streams and lochs of the Highlands to the semi ancient native woodlands. Indeed many fine examples of ancient trees can be found in Scatwell gardens.
Scatwell is what dreams are made of, whatever the occasion.
There has been a dwelling at Scatwell since the 1600ís on a site once occupied by the Picts and Vikings. Scatwell was originally the seat of the Mackenzies of Scatwell who enlarged the house to create a shooting lodge in the mid 1800ís. Since the late 1800ís, Scatwell has had several owners, many of whom were instrumental in creating the beautiful gardens and grounds that can be seen today.
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