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Features:

  • Several hundred malt whiskies
  • Rare whiskies
  • Full-size billiard table
  • Leather sofas
  • Piano
  • Fireplace
Ajax, ship's figurehead, guards the whisky collection. Full-sized antique billiard table and Peter's whisky collection. Machail's 30 years old rare old single malt Scotch whisky. Rare whiskies sitting on the billiard table. Some of Peter's whisky collection. Ajax close up. The piano and figurine of the Chinese God of Longevity, Shou Xing Limited edition Glenmorangie Vintage 1971 - The Culloden Bottle. It was released to mark the 250th Anniversary of the Battle of Culloden in 1996 Rare Highland malts from two lost distilleries. Glen Mhor Distillery was founded in 1892 and closed in 1983. The Ben Wyvis distillery ceased production in 1976 Tomintoul 1967, aged in first fill sherry butts Peter's favourite whisky tasting set.

The Rowallan Room

The Rowallan Room is named in memory of Lord Rowallan and his Highland Fieldcraft Training Centre based in this house during WWII. This room is home to Peter's prized collection of several hundred malt whiskies, including some especially fine and rare examples on display in a magnificent Victorian vestibule. With its full-size antique billiard table, leather sofas, piano, ship's figurehead and other naval memorabilia, the room has the atmosphere of a gentleman's club. Whether you just want to relax by the stove with a malt, or test your skills at snooker, this is a perfect recreational area.