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Our Economic Impact


The Taymouth Estate has undertaken a number of initiatives to keep local residents and businesses informed about the project’s progress and what it means for the environment, access and economy in the region. These initiatives were prompted by our discussions with our neighbours, local councils and elected officials as well our desire to share information …

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Kenmore Beach public toilets Now open


We’re delighted to announce that the public toilets by the beach area in Kenmore are now open.  Thanks to the support and feedback from the local community, we have transformed the facility to cater to walkers, beachgoers, and village visitors alike. From plumbing upgrades to refreshed interiors, these improvements will provide a more comfortable experience …

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Kenmore village was the place to be for Easter weekend fun! Families gathered for a day of laughter and activities, starting with Easter crafts at the Breadalbane Reading Room and a treasure hunt around the village. The Kenmore Sports Pavilion was also transformed into a crafting hideaway. The Taymouth Castle team, alongside fellow local businesses, …

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Golf course – a green approach


At Taymouth Castle, environmental stewardship is a way of life. In this blog, we explore how our Director of Agronomy, Steve Chappell and his dedicated team are working tirelessly to bring the golf course to life while benefitting the surrounding ecosystem. Our vision for green excellence  Our sights are set on achieving GEO Certification – …

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Reviving History with Warm Spaces


Kenmore is a village with a rich heritage and strong community values that strongly resonate with the team at Taymouth Castle. It is for these reasons that we are thrilled to support the Warm Spaces programme at the Breadalbane Reading Room. A valuable addition to the community, the Warm Spaces programme provides a dedicated space …

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Kenmore Primary Cooks Up a Burns Feast


Members of the Taymouth Castle food and beverage team recently teamed up with schoolchildren from nearby Kenmore Primary to prepare a tasty Burns Supper for locals. The event brought together parents and families in celebration of Scotland’s Bard while inspiring an interest in the world of hospitality and raising funds for the school. 35 Kenmore pupils joined …

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To minimise construction traffic in and around Kenmore Village, a temporary secondary access point to the Estate will be in place from 08 January 2024 until the end of March. The access will be approximately 250m up the hill from Kenmore driving east, just before the turn off to Balnaskeag. All work has been approved …

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Fishing season 2024 news


We are pleased to announce that from 15 March 2024, local residents (within 5 miles) can enjoy daily trout fishing permits for just £1. You can cast your lines from the designated fishing area between north bank between Kenmore Bridge and the Chinese Bridge. To help us maintain a thriving fishing community, we politely ask …

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The Living River Tay


The River Tay is an essential part of the landscape, recreation, commerce, and natural beauty of the Perth and Kinross Region.  It is inhabited by brown trout, Atlantic salmon, grayling, Arctic charr and pike. Otters, water voles, roe deer, red squirrels, bats, badgers, foxes, rabbits and other wildlife can be seen in the water or …

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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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