The house was designed and built in 1890. A mile long avenue of lime trees opens up to reveal the Victorian shooting lodge, on the banks of the River Dee.
History and family meet in fine baronial style. A welcoming, grand hall leads to the morning room. The large classical dining room, which has a table that can seat 22, and a smaller table for 8, has wonderful views over the terrace. Upstairs there are three comfortable and cosy bedrooms, two of which have stunning views down to the water; the other looks north to the hosts' very own mountain, Morven.
Within its own vast estate, the grounds alone around the house extend to 50 acres, including a tennis court and colourful explosions of buttery daffodils in spring and vibrant rhododendrons and azaleas in June.
Now listed category 'B', the house is situated in the Muir of Dinnet on the eastern edge of the Cairngorms National Park, and has commanding views in every direction, particularly across the River Dee. Part of an episode of To The Manor Born was filmed on the estate.