Achaderry Farmhouse sits in a 400 acre Highland Estate that in a delightful part of the highlands of Scotland.
The Achaderry Estate is full of history of bygone days such as days when the whole area was covered by 1/2 a mile of ice (the teltails are still here to prove the point), or the Birch trees that were planted in 1943 to provide tent poles for the war effort, only to stay there because the war ended before they had grown big enough to use, or even the flat fields that were once a riverbed. Apart from that there are the local battles that took place. When you visit Achaderry you are becoming part of that wonderful history.
The farmhouse was built in 1795 so when you are indoors with the 2 feet thick walls you can dream of what would have gone on within it’s walls.