This attractive part-Georgian, part-Victorian property with 13 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms sits on the Hebridean island of Mull, with surrounding landscapes of lochs, mountains and rivers. The home was once owned by Queen Victoria’s fourth daughter, Princess Louise, and her husband, the ninth Duke of Argyll.
The shooting lodge stands out against the rolling hills and woodlands of the 17,000-acre Ben More estate.
An oak-panelled billiards room occupies the original kitchen. This games room has a gentlemen’s club feel to it.
The Scottish theme is heightened by the tartan fabric on the curtains and bed runner.
The bedlinen is from The White Company.
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