A brand new architect-designed holiday house, featuring a fabulous glass-fronted extension with glorious views across the rolling fields and strath.

Stalker's Lodge
(Sleeps 6, 3 beds)

This charming 19th century cottage has been sympathetically renovated, resulting in a cosy and exceptionally stylish holiday property.

Keeper's Cottage
(Sleeps 4, 2 beds)

Exceptional holiday accommodation, designed with a discerning eye for style and understated luxury...

Set against the dramatic backdrop of a rocky crag and forest bowl with a loch as its centrepiece, this 3,000 acre private estate is rather special.

Straloch is situated in the famously pretty glen of Strathardle, on the southern fringe of the great unspoilt wilderness of the Cairngorm National Park. To the north there is nothing but miles of heather moorland and mountains, and to the south gently rolling pastures and hills. As a Highland holiday destination it's hard to beat, offering inspiring scenery, peace and tranquility, wonderful wildlife and the freedom to wander and explore.

And although it feels wonderfully remote, it's perfectly situated for taking off on day trips, whether it be famous castles such as Glamis and Blair, Royal Deeside, adventurous watersports or golfing (Activities). The attractive town of Pitlochry is only 15 minutes drive where you can take your pick of restaurants, from the best Scottish fine dining to traditional fish and chips. There are plenty of places to stock up on groceries, including a supermarket, quality butcher and independent wine and whisky retailers, as well as quality knitwear, outdoor gear and local crafts.

Immerse yourself in nature, unwind, explore, be inspired...

Whether it's a gentle stroll around the loch, a wander round the Millennium Wood or an energetic yomp high up into the hills, there is no shortage of beautiful walks on Straloch.

Wildlife abounds, from magnificent stags and soaring raptors, to song birds and butterflies. There is a lively population of Red Squirrels on the estate that you can see on the feeder most days.  

Or if mountain or road biking is your thing, there are plenty of great routes to choose from. There's a tennis court too and a games room for rainy days. Fishing for wild brown trout is available on the loch and stalking in season. Or simply take the boat out for a tranquil row; have a picnic on the island and toast marshmallows. There are nature activities for children, such as pond dipping and treasure hunts. Or just sit back and enjoy the scenery.

Whatever it is you love to do on your holiday, Straloch gives you the freedom to do it.