News and Information
Four Inspirational Concerts in Stunning Surroundings
Of St Columba's Chapel
Kyle Carey 6.30pm Saturday 26 May
A unique fusion of ‘Gaelic Americana’. Her new album ‘The Art of Forgetting’ Kyle Carey
weaves together resonant threads of Celtic and American roots music into a rich
tapestry of acoustic storytelling.
Calum Roberts and Sally Carr 6.30pm Friday 29 June
Calum Robertson bass clarinet & Sally Carr soprano.
Routes Quartet 6.30pm Monday 6 August
Routes Is A String Quartet With A Difference; Made Up Of Traditional Folk Musicians.
NOVA Guitar Duo 6.30pm Saturday 27 October
Hailed as “a guitar ensemble of the finest grade” by the German newspaper Neue Westfälische.
Drimnin - Where Eagles Dare
On location in Drimnin with the BBC & Marra the sea eagle
A few months ago Drimnin Estate was priviledge to host Marra the sea eagle during filming for the upcoming BBC4 documentary Turtle, Eagle, Cheetah: A Slow Odyssey BBC 4, 9pm on 27th December
We would love to know if you will be watching as Marra dons her onboard camera and takes to the skies above Drimnin.
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For those that really do like 'a path less travelled' Achnacriche B&B really is off the beaten track, at the tip of the Morvern peninsula which has breathtaking views over Ardnamurchan and Tobermory on Mull. It is ideal for those looking for their first taste of this beautiful area, or for those self catering in Morvern who wish to extend their holiday by a few days.
For more information available on our B&B pages.
Drimnin Estate are delighted and proud to have received two awards this year. We are the first to receive the Scottish Land and Estates Rural Business Award, an award given in recognition of Estates, farms and land-based businesses that have helped their local region to flourish. Our congratulations also go to joint winners Luss Estates. We are also proud that alongside Errichel Cottage to have been the joint runners-up in the Green Business Category.
The Lodge has a fantastic new seating area, over-looking the sea. SPECIAL OFFER Take a 7 night break in Feb/March 2017 and quote DEWS25 and you can also enjoy £25 worth of estate reared meat waiting in the freezer for you.
NOW SOLD Luing male 29/04/2012 "Wooplaw Pilgrim" For more details please contact John on 07825 542736 or email email@example.com
Worried that the weather may stop you enjoying that well earned winter break?
Book any of our cottages from Nov-Feb (*see exceptions) and if you need to cancel because of weather related travel problems, you can switch to another week in the same price bracket at no extra charge (subject to availability).
*Excluding Christmas/New Year and Half Term weeks.
Snooker with a view at Drimnin House. With 10 bedrooms available Drimnin House is perfect for extended families and groups. The services of a cook and housekeeping staff mean everyone can enjoy a luxury break in this fabulous location.
We are delighted to have received Certificates of Excellence for our three self - catering cottages on the Estate, awarded for 5 star guest review ratings in 2015 on Feefo an independent customer review provider. Many thanks to our guests for the reviews and we look forward to meeting guests old and new in 2016!
Drimnin House is available to let on an exclusive party, fully catered basis all year round and comes complete with it's own cook and housekeeping staff ! For short breaks and longer stays, weddings, christenings, vow renewals, family holidays, celebrations and corporate events, we look forward to hearing from you and welcoming you to Drimnin Estate.
The restoration was completed in 2012 with funds raised by St.Columba’s Drimnin Trust and hosted its first wedding in 128 years, in September 2010. The Chapel was officially opened in May 2012 by His Royal Highness Prince Edward in a ceremony conducted by clergy from the Catholic, Church of Scotland and Episcopal Church of Scotland, and attended by Donald Cameron of Lochiel (Lord Lieutenant of Inverness), local residents with music provided by the Astrid String Quartet.