Alladale Wilderness Reserve is a 23,000-acre gem in the Scottish Highlands, about 1.5 hours north of Inverness.
The reserve is one of the last truly wild spaces in the whole of the UK and is famous for its owner's dream of 'rewilding': bringing this amazing piece of Scotland back to its original state, with lush forest and original Highland plant and animal species, such as the Scots pine, red squirrel and Scottish wildcat.
Today, while working hard to realise this ideal, Alladale is a nature lover's dream. The rugged terrain, dramatic glens, colourful hills, glistening rivers and herds of majestic red deer will take your breath away.
Being located at the narrowest part of Great Britain, and on the eastern side of the watershed, means Alladale enjoys its own micro-climate and above average sunny, rain-free days.
We offer three types of accommodation on site, varying from an all-inclusive luxury stay at our Victorian lodge to modern, comfortable self/catered cottages and a unique back to basic experience, deep in the reserve.
Guests have endless opportunity to enjoy the beautiful landscapes – take a breath of fresh air and explore the amazing outdoors, or embark on a broad range of on-site activities such as guided hikes, ranger-guided tours, mountain biking, fly fishing, foraging, clay pigeon shooting, wild swimming, massages and beauty treatments and whisky tastings.
The north of Scotland also offers a host of incredible day trips that the Alladale team is happy to arrange for you, from dolphin watching, to visiting historic castles, world famous whisky distilleries and a variety of golf courses.
Alladale Wilderness Reserve
Tel: 01863 755338