Three exclusive use venues with stunning loch-side views have been launched under the Susan Reid Collection.

Stuckytaymore, a sprawling 13-bedroom house overlooking Loch Tay in Perthshire, is available for hire for the corporate and private hire market as of July this year.

Stuckgowan, a grade A listed building which dates from before 1820, is a nine-bed property overlooking Loch Lomond in the Trossachs National Park and Stuckdarach, a grade B listed building situated in the grounds of Stuckgowan has been restored from a derelict state into a ‘contemporary’ six-bed retreat.

All feature flexible spaces for conference and board room meetings and can cater for private banqueting and receptions; they all have usuable outdoor space for terrace BBQs, extensive grounds for activities and luxury-feel bedroom, kitchen and communal areas.

The Stuckgowan estate properties have been restored to 5-star quality for the corporate hire market

Susan Reid, who represents some of Scotland’s most stunning private houses, venues and castles for hire, said: “These are very special properties. I love working for owners who put a personal touch into the redevelopment and decor of their properties and all three of these beautiful houses have been restored and fitted out to the highest possible standard. They’ve been renovated throughout and feature jacuzzis in the garden; they’ve also got extensive grounds, which are ideal for activities, especially for the corporate team-building market.

“We are aiming these very much at the exclusive use and corporate market; they are ideal for meetings and business events as these properties are nestled in some of the most beautiful and private nature spots to be found anywhere in Scotland. All of the properties are historic, but have been lovingly restored with so many personal touches.”

The properties will be promoted to the UK short stay and business events market, as well to the international corporate market; nearby there are activities including watersports, horse riding, 4X4 driving, fishing, golf and country sports.

The venues are owned by a private family with a background in the pharmaceuticals industry and have been purchased at various times since 2011.

For information and pricing inquiries contact Susan Reid.