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Expert-led stargazing in the Scottish Highlands - from PS250 pp with Pride of Britain Hotels Discover the spectacularly clear skies above The Torridon, a former grand shooting lodge in the Scottish Highlands, with rich views of the Milky Way and thousands of naked eye stars.
We were asked by a South African designer based in Cape Town to take over the installation of carpeting for the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland at their new shooting lodge in the Scottish Borders.
Part of the renovated servants' quarters has been turned into a wet room, while the pantry was previously used as a gun room, as Glendavan House also served as a shooting lodge.
On Saturday, Prince Philip looked grumpy, scowling in the passenger seat of his Land Rover Freelander as he was driven home from lunch at a shooting lodge.
On Clennell Street was the 13-bedroom, mansion-like Kidlandlee shooting lodge, built by naval officer Christopher Leyland, who inherited Haggerston Castle, near Berwick.
"The routes through the Cheviots never existed in isolation, connecting as they did with the tracks and routeways that threaded their way through to the Scottish lowlands or the Northumbrian plain." On Clennell Street was the 13-bedroom, mansion-like Kidlandlee shooting lodge, built by naval officer Christopher Leyland, who inherited Haggerston Castle, near Berwick.
Nestling in Yorkshire's beautiful Nidderdale Valley, The Yorke Arms is a historic 18th century coaching house and shooting lodge, now serving as aMichelin starred restaurantwith rooms.
The second incident involved Cambusbarron villager Mrs Willocks, who acted as postwoman between Stirling and Cairnoch Shooting Lodge in Carronbridge district.
Set in extensive grounds on the shores of the loch, this is the most remote outdoor education centre and a former shooting lodge once owned by the Chief of Clan Cameron.
The farm, which is owned by the water company, dates back to 1737 when it was originally built as a shooting lodge - but rose to fame in the 1960s with the construction of the M62 motorway.
Sleeps 18 This early Victorian country house was used as a shooting lodge when it was bought by Sir David Evans Bevan at the start of the 20th century.