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A family home steeped in history

Newhall has been home to generations of families since the 13th century.

A family home steeped in history

Newhall has been home to generations of families since the 13th century.

A family home steeped in history

Newhall has been home to generations of families since the 13th century.

Newhall House

Newhall has been home to generations of families since the 13th century. The main building on the Estate dates back to 1703, when it was constructed by David Forbes. The home has seen its share of additions and alterations since its extension in 1792, but it still maintains its elegant character. See if you can spot tributes to Allan Ramsay’s poem The Gentle Shepherd throughout the home. The walled garden is another great place to look, and it’s perfect for photos too.

Stunning rural location with beautiful holiday cottages, plenty to do and see!"
Kevin Mcmanus

The grounds of the Estate

The grounds of the Estate are preserved in history as home to the Glen Walk that was mentioned extensively in The Gentle Shepherd, while the North Esk reservoir is a peaceful place for waterside picnics or fishing.

The gardens

The Estate is home to a collection of natural features, from waterfalls and caves to the surrounding woodland. The exquisite gardens, originally built in 1796, are still tended to by the family. Each season brings a new character to the grounds and often a fresh perspective with which to explore.

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