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Introducing The Aberturret Estate House

Introducing The Aberturret Estate House

The Glenturret, Scotland’s Oldest Working Distillery, is delighted to introduce The Aberturret Estate House – a 19th century Dower house formerly owned by the Murray Clan who founded The Glenturret Distillery more than 260 years ago - which is now available as a private hideaway solely for exclusive use.

With six bedrooms, accommodating up to 12 guests, nestled in the picturesque heart of rural Perthshire, The Aberturret Estate House seamlessly blends the allure of country living with the refinement of a luxurious retreat.

Boasting open fires, fabrics of the finest Scottish quality, the warmth of an Aga, a formal dining room with a cocktail bar, guests can lean back and enjoy the very best of Scottish hospitality.

Guest staying at Aberturret Estate House also have preferential access (subject to availability) to The Glenturret Lalique Restaurant, a two Michelin-starred exquisite dining experience situated within The Glenturret Distillery, the first of its kind worldwide. For those who seek a more intimate dining experience within the comfort of home, private catering can be arranged at the House instead.

John Laurie, Managing Director at The Glenturret, says “Aberturret Estate House is a beautiful and traditional Scottish estate property. It is where we want our guests to relax, gather with friends and family and experience the very best that Scotland has to offer. We have been inspired by the historic estate and The Glenturret Distillery, the breath-taking scenery and gardens. In the restoration of the house, we have unlocked forgotten history and connected with our Clan Murray roots. It has now been rejuvenated to provide our guests with a comfortable private home and an extraordinary gastronomic experience that respects the seasons and the local terroir.”

Four king-size and two double ensuite bedrooms have been thoughtfully designed featuring a mix of bespoke furniture as well as antique pieces, creating a sanctuary of comfort and relaxation. With luxury Egyptian cotton bedlinen and Lovat Mill throws, each room offers scenic country views. It is a cocooning space that is both welcoming and refined.

Artwork has been provided by The Fine Arts Society Edinburgh, dating back to the 1800’s with artists such as Joseph Farquharson, Edward Arthur Walton, George Harvey and Sir Edwardo Paolozzi. All art on display is available to purchase.

Outside of gastronomy, guests can also partake in exclusive activities that can be arranged by the team. Whether it is a BBQ in the 3-acre garden, private distillery tours, exploring the gateway to the Highlands either on foot or (off-road) driving, archery, fishing, or golf – the surroundings of Aberturret Estate House offer a genuine treasure trove of activities.

The opening of Aberturret Estate House proudly joins Lalique’s and Mr Wyss’ high-end hospitality offering. Silvio Denz, Chairman of the Lalique Group says:

“I am proud we can breathe new life into this classic Scottish estate house entwined with all the history of the Murray clan. Aberturret Estate House is perfectly situated a short walk to The Glenturret, its 2 Michelin Star Restaurant and world class shopping at the Lalique boutique nestled in the heart of this ancient distillery. It provides our guests with a unique experience – one that is unmatched in Scotland and joins Mr. Wyss and my other establishments: Halter Ranch in Paso Robles (USA), Villa René Lalique, Château Hochberg (Alsace) and Château Lafaurie-Peyraguey (Bordeaux) in providing the very finest in hospitality and gastronomy.”

The Aberturret Estate House is open for bookings now. Find out more or contact

Prices for exclusive hire start at £3,000 per night.

Interior Designer: Will Nolan 
Furniture by Morgan Furniture ; Contract Furniture
Antique furniture sourced from Georgian Antiques
Fabrics by Bute Fabrics ; Lovat Mill ; Harris Tweed
Kitchen table, outdoor furniture, soft furniture and lighting sourced from Catalog Interiors
Art by The Fine Art Society

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