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Highland Titles Nature Reserve

#1 of 1 things to do in Duror Features Animals
Duror of Appin | Glen Salachan, Duror PA38 4BW, Scotland
+44 1481 823939
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Amazing...

If you love untouched nature, then this is the place to go, especially as I own a big of it. The... read more

Reviewed yesterday
B W
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London, United Kingdom
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Very Nice

It's a very nice place to visit your eastate or just walking. People are very nice and helpful... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Dave H
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Colmar, France
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This Nature Reserve is developed and managed by Highland Titles on the east bank of Loch Linnhe, between Salachan and Duror Glens. It provides a unique retreat for everyone, whether you simply want to soak up the peaceful atmosphere of a true wilderness amidst stunning scenery, walk the dogs or witness first-hand the Highland Titles ecological restoration programme with their flagship 60 acre Diamond Jubilee Wood. All this is funded by the sale of souvenir plots of land to people who love Scotland, and want to help restore native hardwood trees in the Highlands. Simple improvements are ongoing, including walking trails, benches along the way for quiet enjoyment of the surroundings, and signage explaining the natural habitat. If requested in advance we will try to arrange for a local guide to help you find your plot, and if required, to get around the Reserve. Our vehicle is not always available and we cannot guarantee that a driver will be able to take you. Refreshments and lodging are available in a number of nearby communities.
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  • Very good4%
  • Average1%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible1%
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Duror of Appin | Glen Salachan, Duror PA38 4BW, Scotland
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

If you love untouched nature, then this is the place to go, especially as I own a big of it. The work, which is done there, to preserve nature at its best is just a beautiful mission. The people who work there are very passionate...More

Thank B W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It's a very nice place to visit your eastate or just walking. People are very nice and helpful (they printed a maps for us to locate our eastate). Excellent !

Thank Dave H
EstateFactor, Public Relations Manager at Highland Titles Nature Reserve, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Thanks for taking the time to review your visit and next time you come back be sure and book a guided tour :)

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We spent a lovely couple of hours at the estate on a dull, wet morning at the start of August. However the rain stayed away for most of our "meet & greet" tour, and we had a great time thanks to Stuart, our guide, who...More

Thank GeorgeParrot
EstateFactor, Public Relations Manager at Highland Titles Nature Reserve, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

So glad you enjoyed the tour and thanks for taking the time to review your visit - it's a big help for new visitors to the area and nice feedback for the volunteers too :) Hopefully we might see you all back in the future!

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Great quided visit during a driving tour of Scotland. Apart from finding our plot, it was an hour of entertaining information about the reserves, the animals, bees, pigs etc etc. Did not expect to enjoy it so much. Thanks to the volunteers who man the...More

Thank Mike000_13
EstateFactor, Public Relations Manager at Highland Titles Nature Reserve, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Thanks for the kind words - passed on to the volunteers - and for taking the time to review your visit. Hopefully we'll see you back again in the future and you can book a guided tour next time :)

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Much of Glencoe Wood is just pine trees, but it still made for a nice walk. There was a waterfall, a secret garden, some small lakes, and a viewpoint with hogs near it.More

Thank Jon M
EstateFactor, Public Relations Manager at Highland Titles Nature Reserve, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Thanks for taking the time to review your visit and we're glad you enjoyed it. Next time book a Meet & Greet guided tour and we'll maybe get you up to 5 stars :) The Pine Trees will be removed in the next few years...More

Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Highland Titles Nature Reserve is well worth a visit if you are a nature lover. People from all over the world have been able to buy a small plot of land here for this organisation to use for conservation. There a plenty of beautiful...More

Thank Rim60
EstateFactor, Public Relations Manager at Highland Titles Nature Reserve, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Thanks for the kind words and for taking the time to review your visit. Hopefully we'll see you back in the future - but please remember to book a tour next time and see the 'big picture' and maybe we'll get those 4 stars up...More

Reviewed 10 July 2017 via mobile

We have just been here to visit my sons plot of land we got him last year for his birthday. Today was his birthday and David and Amanda where wonderful. We did not have a tour booked but David took us up to the path...More

Thank Ali C
EstateFactor, Public Relations Manager at Highland Titles Nature Reserve, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Thanks for the kind words and for taking the time to review your visit. Hopefully we'll see you back in the future - but please remember to book a tour in plenty of time :)

Reviewed 10 July 2017

Friends of mine purchased a plot for me for a 2015 Christmas gift. I was thrilled. So thrilled I purchased one for my cousin for her 2015 Christmas gift. Happened we went to Scotland in July 2016 and visited Highland Titles Nature Reserve. A rainy...More

Thank Teris1958
EstateFactor, Public Relations Manager at Highland Titles Nature Reserve, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Thanks for the kind words and for taking the time to review your visit. Hopefully we'll see you back in the future :)

Reviewed 5 July 2017 via mobile

My daughter and I bought a plot for my husband in2014 never dreaming we would actually see it one day. Happened to be in Scotland and made our way there. What a wonderful experience ! Took many beautiful photos with Lord Roland surveying his estate....More

Thank likestoeat53
EstateFactor, Public Relations Manager at Highland Titles Nature Reserve, responded to this reviewResponded 7 July 2017

Thanks for taking the time to review your visit. Book well in advance next time and have a guided tour as well as a wee visit to your 'estate' :)

Reviewed 5 July 2017

I have supported the Highland Titles Nature Reserve for some years, to get the chance to visit the Reserve was a highlight of our trip to Scotland. It is a really good cause and should be supported.

Thank Kerry L
EstateFactor, Public Relations Manager at Highland Titles Nature Reserve, responded to this reviewResponded 7 July 2017

Thanks for taking the time to review your visit. Book well in advance next time and have a guided tour as well as a wee visit to your 'estate' :)

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Shoeberry
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Response from Kerry L | Reviewed this property |
Make sure you ring ahead and book a time that they will be there
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Response from KTurner2000 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Bill. We went by car. The area is quite remote and I didn't see any buses along the way. You might find it helpful to contact the chaps at the estate and seek their advice. If there's a bus they will know. Karen
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RASMac36
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Response from EstateFactor | Property representative |
Hi there, no cafe yet I'm afraid but we do have a kettle in our cabin ;) It's on the wish list, but first we need to improve our main entrance and signage, then maybe a wee shop & tea room but we are probably looking for the... More
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