Fassfern Estate rises from the shores of Loch Eil to the tops of the great mountains of Gulvain and Streap. The estate is a haven of peace and tranquillity, teaming in wildlife and steeped in history. Sustainability is at the heart of the estate philosophy and the woodlands are managed in accordance with Forest Stewardship Council principles and criteria.
After raising his standard at Glenfinnan, Bonnie Prince Charlie stayed at Fassfern House overnight. In the morning he plucked a rose from a bush in front of Fassfern House. The rose became the Jacobite emblem "The White Cockade". Conveniently located just a few miles from