The Dalhousie Estates have been in the ownership of the Earls of Dalhousie for almost 250 years and at one time extended to around 150,000 acres in the Counties of Angus and Midlothian. The present Estates at Brechin Castle, Edzell and Invermark, all in Angus, cover some 55,000...Read More
The County of Angus is known for its number and variety of golf courses ranging from the Scottish Open Course at Carnoustie to the fine Links Course at Montrose. Letham Grange Golf Course is also notable and the course at the village of Edzell only 20 mins from Invermark, with...Read More
Lord and Lady Dalhousie extend a warm welcome to their home at the ancient city of Brechin which is open to the public for 4 weeks in May/June each year
Lord and Lady Dalhousie extend a warm welcome to their home Brechin Castle at the ancient city of Brechin in the beautiful County of Angus in North East Scotland. Brechin Castle and the spectacular gardens are open to the public in May/June each year.
Brechin Castle stands proud on a massive bluff of rocks above the River Southesk on the site of a much older fortress belonging to the Scottish kings. The present house was last reconstructed in the early 1700′s and incorporates parts of the original Castle dating back to the 13th century. The building has evolved from a defensive role to its present great house style.
Invermark Lodge is a classic mid Victorian Shooting Lodge built of Aberdeenshire Granite and in a superb commanding position overlooking Loch Lee and to the cliffs and corries of Invermark Estate. It provides excellent summer holiday accommodation in June, July and early August, particularly for groups of two or three families, and can accommodate them easily.