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Sustainable Tourism in Scotland

Sustainable Tourism in Scotland

Scotland is one of the fastest-growing tourist destinations in the world, with approximately 4 million people visiting the region annually. Home of Knockdow House, a glorious 18th century mansion, Scotland is fast-becoming a holiday-maker’s dream destination with its...
Wellness Experiences you Need to Try in Argyll

Wellness Experiences you Need to Try in Argyll

Wellness is a term we are hearing more and more in recent times. Regarded by many as ‘the new luxury lifestyle’, it is considered the ultimate way to escape the stresses and strains of the 21st century. Knockdow House is the ideal location to experience a slower pace...
How to Spend an Evening in Scotland

How to Spend an Evening in Scotland

We can just picture it: Sir James Lamont, 1st Baronet of Knockdow and 16th Laird of Knockdow, sitting at his desk by candlelight, penning his next book.   He was an intelligent and incredibly well-travelled man, and it is easy to imagine a typical evening in for him –...
Three Dishes to Try in Scotland

Three Dishes to Try in Scotland

Argyll is one of the most scarcely populated regions of Scotland with seascapes and landscapes that are as diverse as some of the most remote regions of Europe. Food is of utmost importance to the region and there are many dishes that are indigenous, not just to...
Argyll and the Isles: So Much to See and Do!

Argyll and the Isles: So Much to See and Do!

Knockdow House is an isolated house situated in Dunoon, Argyll. Historically belonging to Clan Lamont and the corresponding Laird of Knockdow, today, the property is privately owned and run. That being said, there is a vast amount to see and do in Dunoon and Argyll,...