Design, artisanal workmanship, and nature
Killiehuntly Farmhouse is located in the Cairngorms National Park in the Highlands of Scotland.
A Danish billionaire transformed this 17th-century farmhouse, surrounded by 9,800 acres of farmland, into an elegant and comfortable guesthouse with an intimate and luxurious atmosphere. The property is part of the Wildland Collection, a restoration and preservation project in northern Scotland. Each building has been carefully restored in collaboration with architect Nicholas Groves-Rainesaen. The original architectural foundations have been preserved, and local, natural materials have been incorporated, as well as traditional craftsmanship.
The property offers 4 different tree-named rooms: alder, birch, elm, and oak. There is also 1 cottage, and 1 “bothy” (small hut) to rent out. The rooms are decorated with a soothing color palette of Farrow & Ball grey-blue and brown tones, armchairs upholstered in sheepskin, wooden floors strewn with thick carpets, and linen curtains covering the sash windows.
There are no televisions in the rooms, encouraging guests to indulge in digital detox. The design is simple and clean, yet comfortable. The house’s different spaces with the open kitchen, the dining room, the living room and its fireplace, the library, are arranged with furniture created by Danish designers and Highland craftsmen to create a unique Scandi-Scot atmosphere bridging Scottish tradition and contemporary Nordic style.
The stay includes a full room and board. Killiehuntly Farmhouse is based on a farm-to-table concept and serves healthy food from its own garden and organic greenhouse around a common table.
Killiehuntly Farmhouse is the perfect place for modern travelers who love design, nature, and solitude.
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Intimate and luxurious atmosphere
Double room from 270 € per night during low season.
Breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner included.