The Luss Estates Company
Spanning more than 40,000 acres, Luss is one of Scotland's greatest estates. For some eight centuries it has flourished under the continuous ownership of the Colquhoun family, and today the Luss Estates Company is chaired by the present baronet, Sir Malcolm Colquhoun of Luss.
This unrivalled degree of continuity has enabled the Estate to both evolve and conserve, developing resources and economic opportunity whilst carefully preserving and nurturing the land, the spectacular scenery and the rich habitat.
Our core products and services range from cattle, sheep and timber to power, property, holidays and exceptional experiences. Some of these activities can be traced back to the earliest days of the Estate. Others, such as the hydro electricity scheme, are at the cutting edge of twenty-first century technology. All are undertaken with the greatest respect for the heritage and the long term prosperity of Luss Estates.
Such economic diversity echoes the Company's, and Sir Malcolm's, innate sense of trusteeship and guardianship, characteristics which underpin all Estate policy, safeguarding these lands and their legacy to provide both enjoyment and employment for generations to come.
Luss Estate is a thriving, commercially managed estate, operating a number of different enterprises in such traditional areas as farming and forestry as well as tourist and leisure ventures including holiday rental cottages, a holiday park and the recently refurbished Loch Lomond Arms Hotel. A 1 MW hydro-electric scheme in Glen Douglas is making a significant contribution to renewable energy. The estate is also home to two championship golf courses, including the world famous Loch Lomond Golf Club.
Luss Estates Company exists to protect, preserve and develop the lands and resources of the estate, so that it may continue to provide economic opportunity and employment, thereby enriching and ensuring the futures of the villages and rural communities which exist throughout the estate.
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Located along Loch Lomond's western shores, the five star holiday park provides quality caravans and lodges available for holiday rentals and sale.
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