Edinchip House is set over 3,200 acres of land which includes a working sheep farm, woodlands and mature gardens including the secret Rhododendron garden built for the sole use of Lady Macgregor.

The house stands in a parkland setting with wonderful views overlooking Loch Earn. A house has stood on the same site as the current property since the 1600’s. James VI is said to have visited the estate and planted some Spanish chestnut trees which still stand in the gardens today.

The current house was built in 1830 by Sir Evan Murray Macgregor, of the same family as the famous outlaw, Rob Roy Macgregor.

There are numerous walking paths on the estate and for hill walkers looking for more of a challenge, Ben Vorlich and Ben More are only a short distance away. The National Cycle Track from John O’Groats to Lands End winds through the estate making it an ideal location for keen cyclists. The old railway line between Callander and Oban also passes through the estate and has been converted into part of the Rob Roy Way walk.

The estate is ideally located with both Edinburgh and Glasgow airports a little over an hour’s drive away. Stirling is 28 miles and Perth 34 miles.

The house sleeps 14, all bedrooms have private bathrooms.
The formal Drawing Room, Dining Room and cosy snug all offer open working fire places.