Information on your plot location, visiting rights and customised ID card.
Assert your right to use your title with this quality printed title deed.
Depending on your plot size you'll get everything from stationery templates through to a quality lambswool scarf.
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Highland Titles Nature Reserve is located just south of Duror, Appin; less than 10 miles from historic Glencoe and some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world. Our reserve is called Glencoe Wood due to its close proximity. The titles Laird of Glencoe, Lord of Glencoe, and Lady of Glencoe have all been trademarked by Highland Titles and you are free to style yourself accordingly once you purchase a souvenir plot.
Our customers obtain a “personal right” to their land. This is essentially a contract where we pass our rights to the land over to you. So you can visit your plot, call it your own and essentially do what you please with the land within the normal confines of law (we do also retain rights to prevent the land being used for hunting and shooting).
Further you can sell or pass on the contract as you can with any property. So the gift can be passed down the generations, not just once but forever.
Please note however that the Land Registration etc. (Scotland) Act 2012 does not allow souvenir plots of land to be officially registered so technically Highland Titles Limited has to remain as the registered owner of the land on your behalf. Highland Titles will also manage (at no cost to you) the land as a nature reserve on an ongoing basis.
This, combined with the fact that Highland Titles Ltd is owned by The Highland Titles Charitable Trust for Scotland (a charity registered in Guernsey, number CH444), ensures that the land can only ever be used for the purposes of conservation.
Thanks to the support of all those who have joined us as Lairds, Lords and Ladies over the years, we now have two nature reserves. Our first reserve, “The Highland Titles Nature Reserve”, near Duror and 10 miles from Glencoe, was created from the land we bought in 2007 and is now an established 4-star tourist attraction with thousands of visitors each year.
The second location is Mountain View Nature Reserve, roughly 10 miles West of Invergarry, which we bought in 2014. If the success of Highland Titles continues through the support of customers such as yourself, our goal will be to continue to purchase more land and create more reserves.
As The Highland Titles Nature Reserve is best set-up to welcome visitors, we want to ensure that all customers receive a plot here and have the right to style themselves as a Lord or Lady of Glencoe. We only sell 1 sqft plots from the original reserve, as we have a visitor centre and run our Meet and Greet tours from here and want to be able to provide everyone the chance to see and visit their land.
As such, if you buy a 1sqft plot, it will be in the Highland Titles Nature Reserve and you be able to style yourself as a Lord or Lady of Glencoe.
If you buy a larger plot, ie: the 10 sqft, 100 sqft and 1000 sqft plot, it will be located at Mountain View and, to celebrate that, you’ll be able to style yourself as a Lord or Lady of Lochaber. However, you will also get a free 1sqft plot at the Highland Titles Nature Reserve. This means you can also style yourself as a Lord or Lady of Glencoe as well! Of course it also means you can fully enjoy the guided tours and other facilities on offer the original reserve too.
Ordering my plot of land was a very smooth transaction and the delivery of the documents was fast. Highland Titles makes helping Mother Nature not only easy but a great experience or a perfect gift.
I purchased a Highland title for my daughter's birthday.
What a perfect gift for anyone who wants a title! The paperwork invites you to visit your land whenever you'd like, which is a very exciting idea. I hope someday we can visit the small amount of land that she owns, but it's still nice that we're invited to visit. Plus my little girl loves being called "Lady"
Great website, easy to use. All the packages are clearly explained, I also loved the little extras you offer too.
Will definitely buying from you in the future.
Having worked on my family genealogy for nearly 3 decades, it was a real treat to find Highland Titles. I descend from 3 Scottish clans and was intrigued by the prospect of owning land in Scotland. I am able to help conserve the land of my forefathers, and add a title to my name and my brother's.
Isn't it fun to be a laird or a lord? And to support a nature preserve in the beautiful Scottish countryside? The website was very helpful in answering all questions. The packet arrived in the US within days despite it being a holiday week. If you are thinking about purchasing a plot, do it!
Cannot find anything bad to say about the experience. Shopping was easy, options were plentiful, responses were timely, pricing was very reasonable. Oh, and did I forget to mention that the product itself was simply outstanding!
Mrs Lesley Armstrong
I bought this product for my daughters birthday. She absolutely loves it. her grandfather was from Scotland and she has followed her heritage closely. She feels even closer now she has a piece of land.
I bought the Laird title for my friend and he was thrilled with it. I have since bought additional items such as pens. These were posted out really quickly.
I spent one day surfing the internet for a unique gift for my boyfriend and this struck my fancy. Though I divulged the surprise and we had a good laugh over my choice of buying a very expensive paper, it was really nice when it arrived (he said so) and he appreciated the effort and the chance to help save the environment. Wish we could visit someday!
The experience with Highland Titles was above and beyond my expectations. The two titles I purchased for X-mas gifts were so well received, and they were very impressed. The recipients are already trying to figure out how to build on their 3x3 foot piece of land if they ever get to the Highlands of Scotland.