Wildlife Estates Scotland – Scotland helps lead the world

  • Posted on: 6 June 2016
  • By: dimwolf

Arrive - Meet the team; enjoy refreshments and homemade treats.

The party will then move to the Conservatory overlooking the lawns and where you will experience the charm and engage in learning all about our Scottish culture.

Meet Ross Macleod from Cringletie estate and a director of the WES Initiative - launched in November 2010 by the then Scottish Environment Minister and so far over 250 land and estate based businesses have signed up. Developed by Scottish Land & Estates with advice from Scottish Natural Heritage, Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust and the Cairngorms National Park Authority. Learn how

WES is a national version of the EU Wildlife Estates (WE) label. This European project has been in development for a number of years and is being rolled out across member states including Scotland to set the benchmark for the world.

Take a guided stroll through the Cringletie estate and also meet Ross’ Highland cows.

- Move to the fresco ceilinged restaurant or stylish lounge and enjoy a special Cringletie Lunch / Scottish afternoon tea presented by the Chef & Maître d’

After the delicious break the party are free to enjoy a game of croquet, pitch & putt, explore the 400 year old walled garden. Wander through the grounds of this truly beautiful example of a Scottish baronial mansion providing the charm of history and immersing your senses in making lasting memories.