Braeroy is an unspoiled Highland estate extending to some 23,500 acres in the Lochaber district. It is particularly noted for its spectacular scenery and quality stalking. The main buildings on the south west edge of the estate are nine miles from the village of Roy Bridge and 45 minutes from Fort William and are served by a metalled road. North west from the estate runs an unmetalled track that was one of General Wade's military roads. This means that despite its remoteness, access to the estate is very good.

The estate rises from an altitude of 650' to 3700' on the summit of Creag Meagaidh. The famous geological feature of the Parallel Roads can be seen over much of Glenroy. There is an abundance of wildlife ranging from pine martens to golden eagles and peregrines and much of the glen is either National Nature Reserve or a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

Besides stalking, the estate can offer guest’s salmon fishing on the River Roy and grouse shot over pointers.