Copyright 2019 WildLand Limited. Registered in Scotland: SC419245
1st Floor. 2 Granish Way. Dalfaber Drive. Aviemore PH22 1UQ
Lundies House. Tongue. Lairg. Sutherland. IV27 4XF Scotland.
+44 15 40 66 16 19
Lundies House is part of WildLand Limited that offers you a portfolio of extraordinary and unforgettable getaways.
We are happy to provide you with more information upon request. For more information about our work in Scotland, please visit our
Your gateway to great interiors in the Highlands
The Sutherland area of Scotland is probably one of the last vast unspoiled natural habitats of Northern Europe. Its beauty is nothing less than breath-taking. The pure scale of the landscape that unfolds before your eyes makes you stand and wonder.
A stay a Lundies House is helping giving nature a second chance. All across Northern Scotland, where some of Europe's last natural habitats cling on WildLand is looking far into the future and forging genuinely epic landscape scale conservation. People, community, opportunity and entrepreneurship go hand in hand with our vision for the revitalisation of this iconic portfolio of holdings. In 2007 Anne and Anders Holch Povlsen established Wildland to turn this 200 year vision into reality for generations to come.
Whether it's an enduring passion for Scotland's traditional outdoor pursuits or a desire for solitude and an opportunity to escape (perhaps to patiently watch wildlife and for that dazzling flash of auburn or, to contemplate, surrounded by the beauty of the vast and elemental blue-black mountains), the Wildland estates offer it all. A mix of accommodation that spans traditional luxury through to self-catering cottages situated deep within many magical mountains and glens. Visit our website for more information about our conservation efforts and an overview of the hospitality offerings.
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