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House of Turin - exterior

The House of Turin is a luxurious country mansion located deep in the heart of Scotland. The house is steeped in history with the estate being originally gifted to the Oliphant family by King James of Scotland. The house was built in 1659 but moved stone by stone from the loch side in 1907 to its current site. The extensive library bears lots of ancient books, which detail the history of the local area.

House of Turin - interior

Ideally located in Golf Country, many championship golf courses are to all within an hours drive, from historic St Andrews and Carnoustie to iconic Trump International to the north you will be spoilt for choice. Country sports are even closer with stag, grouse and pheasant shoots on the doorstep at neighbouring estates and some of the most prolific salmon fishing can be found on the Rivers South Esk and North Esk.

Our close neighbours also include Scotland’s most spectacular castle, ancestral family home of the Earls of Strathmore and Kinghorne and the childhood home of Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother. Private Gala dinners can be arranged by request in the Royal Dining Room at Glamis.

House of Turin - Diiong Room

The House of Turin welcomes you to Scotland – a home away from home – we offer you ten luxury bedrooms with twenty acres of private lawns – extensive outside spaces to enjoy with friends or family. We welcome corporate guests and can offer an in-house chef or self cater as you wish. Concierge service is also available to create a bespoke experience to enjoy Scotland at its best and that includes of course in house whisky tasting from our friends next door who just happen to produce some wonderful malts!

House of Turin - bedroom with four poster bed

Helicopters are welcome to land on the front lawn and Aberdeen Airport is within one hour of the property with Dundee Airport only 30 minutes away. Enjoy the scenery direct from Kings Cross to Montrose by train and then a mere 15 minutes car journey to the property.