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Ongoing Engagement with Community Councils


We were thrilled to have representatives from Aberfeldy, Dull & Weem, Kenmore & District, Mid-Atholl, Strathtay and Grandtully, Glenlyon and Loch Tay, and Killin Community Council join us on 18th October for our quarterly community council forum. During the meeting, the team from Taymouth Castle, including General Manager David O’Donoghue and Community Relations Manager Mairi …

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press release


Investment Group Affiliated with Taymouth Estate Acquires Moness Resort Hotel, restaurant, bar, spa will continue to serve the local community and tourists; under utilised cottages will be used to expand availability of workforce housing. KENMORE – August 15th, 2023.  An investment group affiliated with Taymouth Estate, PLH of the Highlands, has acquired Moness Resort, a …

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Pre-application notice for emerging development in Newhall Wood


As part of our effort to restore and modernise the castle and grounds, we have submitted a Proposal of Application Notice to Perth and Kinross Council regarding the back of house facilities on the Estate.   A summary of the proposal is included in a letter here. As part of the pre-application process, two in-person …

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Fishing permits


Taymouth Castle Club is pleased to issue daily trout fishing permits for the 2023 season for Kenmore residents and visitors.   Fly fishing is permitted from the riverbank between Kenmore Bridge and Chinese Bridge on the north bank only.   All catches should be reported online and include the location, species, length and weight of fish. This …

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Tree conservation and habitat management


Our team has been working with specialists in tree conservation and habitat management on tree maintenance across the Estate. This has resulted in a series of works summarised in this update.  The Monarchs’ Trees In 1842, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert stayed at Taymouth Castle as guests of the 2nd Marquis of Breadalbane. Queen Victoria …

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Golf Course Works


Works to develop the golf course at Taymouth Castle will begin in March and are expected to take up to two years. The project will include clearing the existing course, design of the new course, drainage, irrigation and landscaping. Developers intend to incorporate existing materials found onsite. Construction access is via the East Gate. Any changes to public access will be …

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