The Gorgeous Glen Affric Estates

  • One of the lodge’s bathrooms with elegant design.

    One of the lodge’s bathrooms with elegant design.

  • The game room at the Black Cottage—a one bedroom cottage in the lodge area.

    The game room at the Black Cottage—a one bedroom cottage in the lodge area.

  • The living room-cum-reading room in the White Cottage—a two bedroom cottage in the lodge area.

    The living room-cum-reading room in the White Cottage—a two bedroom cottage in the lodge area.

  • Another living room in the lodge with painted walls.

    Another living room in the lodge with painted walls.

  • A breathtaking view from the lodge’s living room.

    A breathtaking view from the lodge’s living room.

  • The White Cottage sports a more modern look.

    The White Cottage sports a more modern look.

  • The second bedroom of the White Cottage located on the attic.

    The second bedroom of the White Cottage located on the attic.

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Eden Rock resort owner David Matthews is expanding from the tropical heat of St. Barts to the forested beauty of northern Scotland. Best known for his luxurious villas in the Caribbean, Matthews has unveiled the Glen Affric Estates, a majestic Victorian hunting lodge in Inverness-shire with a surrounding 4,046 hectares of land that is part of the National Nature Preserve and has been named a Special Area of Conservation. Glen Affric guests are treated to the best of the Highlands including deer stalking, whiskey tasting, and fly-fishing from a private lake. Other features and activities include butlers, a culinary team flown in from France especially for guests, and helicopter rides. The eight-bedroom villa is available for birthday parties, reunions, and even corporate gatherings.

Cannich, by Beauly, Inverness-shire, Scotland; glenaffricestate.com; prices starts from US$110,000 per week

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