Welcome to Drimnin Estate
Jutting into the Atlantic but sheltered between Ardnamurchan to the north and the Isle of Mull to the south, Drimnin Estate occupies 7,000 acres of the western tip of the little-known Morvern peninsula – one of Scotland’s best kept secrets. Combining rugged coastline, ancient woodland, heather moorland and rich pastures, Drimnin lies at the end of the public road, undisturbed by traffic and a haven for wildlife, and those who love history, nature and solitude.
The Estate has had a fascinating, often dramatic and sometimes tragic history, which is reflected in its buildings and ruins and its traditions. Today the Estate is a busy farm, offers stalking and fishing, a variety of holiday accommodation including the neo-gothic style 19th century Drimnin House, is home to a resident wildlife and landscape artist and hosts weddings, ceremonies, religious services and musical events in the recently-restored chapel.
Short breaks or longer are available all year round in our Estate holiday cottages. Sleeping from 1 to 6 people and located throughout the Estate, our selection offers something for everyone and dogs are welcome too.
Drimnin House is available for family holidays and special occasions such as weddings, vow renewals, christenings, corporate activities, country pursuits and film sets.
The Estate is seeking a couple for housekeeping, property maintenance and other estate work, in an area of exceptional beauty. Other experience and qualifications in areas such as building, machinery operation and maintenance, and chainsaw use an advantage.
Could there be a more romantic setting than Drimnin to make or renew your wedding vows? We don’t think so. Drimnin can offer the whole experience to make that special day a day to remember for the rest of your life.
The farm at Drimnin is an important part of the Estate’s activities, using both the improved pasture to the west and the rough grazing on the open hill, which it shares with the red deer.
Drimnin Estate is a beautiful coastal Estate in Morvern on the west coast of Scotland, between the Isle of Mull and Ardnamurchan in a varied landscape of spectacular coastline, moorland, woodland and pasture and is very secluded - it stands at the end of eleven miles of single track road beyond the small community of Lochaline. There are various farmhouses scattered across the Estate, a beautifully restored chapel, an old Stone Age fort and many old crofting villages.