The first Highland Titles Nature Reserve, opened in 2007, is made up of thousands of plots which are supported by a global community of Lairds. This land is free to visit whether you have purchased a plot or not. Located close to the historical Glencoe, the reserve is one of two Highland Titles reserves and is also an established 4 star visitor attraction. Every person that purchases a plot from Highland Titles becomes a Laird, Lord or Lady of Glencoe, even if it is a 1 sqft plot. We welcome all to visit this special area of the Scottish Highlands and thank you all for your ongoing support.
The Highland Titles Nature Reserve is sustained by the ongoing support of the over 100,000+ Highland Titles community. With the purchase of every plot, we are able to work with our partners to plant more trees, build more shelters for the animals that inhabit the reserves, and progress in our efforts to conserve the land for future generations as well as offer a unique and charming gift to those who support the progress of our efforts.
Whether you’re dropping by to visit your plot or just looking for a beautiful place to spend the afternoon, the Highland Titles Nature Reserve couldn’t be easier to find. We’re well signposted on all main roads and area a reasonable distance from many popular destinations in Scotland! Our Meet and Greet Service is a very special offering especially for our Community and allows our Lords, Ladies and Lairds to visit their plot of land with an enthusiastic and knowledgeable guide.
This service must be booked well in advance as this is run by our very busy volunteers. Particularly in summer months, we can become fully booked sometimes months in advance. A voucher is included in your pack – or can be purchased before you visit.
To book an appointment, simply fill out the request form by clicking on the link below and we will be in contact.BOOK NOW
You don’t have to miss out if you are unable to visit the reserve in person! Our app includes a ‘Virtual Tour’: an audio guide of the Highland Titles Nature Reserve with our knowledgeable Estate Manager Stewart. You can access our Virtual Reserve Tour on any device by signing in or registering with our app.TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR
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You may, of course, visit your plot without being met by us but we truly feel the experience is enriched with the added benefits of a guide. Everyone owning 10 square feet or more receives a voucher for one free trip. Vouchers are also available to purchase for a small sum. You are also welcome to enjoy the amenities of our Visitors’ Centre, located at the reserve’s main entrance.
The most important thing is to appreciate the beauty around you! The Glencoe region is a beautiful, historical part of Scotland and there is a great deal to discover in the area. It is truly a destination for all seasons and in order to get the best out of the time you spend here, check out Discover Glencoe for some great advice on what to see and do!
If you are already a landowner with Highland Titles, then you’ve chosen to take an active part in restoring the once lush Highland landscape, ravaged by commercial forestry and overgrazing over the years, to its former glory. You are also helping to conserve and protect the plants and animals that call these areas home and keep them safe from further devastation.
Whether you can make it to Scotland or not, we give you the chance to locate your plot 3 different ways!
Highland Titles Nature Reserve
Duror of Appin
Tel: 01631 740333
To find our car park, set your GPS for [56.627174,-5.311716]
The Highland Titles Nature Reserve is located off the main road (A828) between Oban and Fort William in the Highlands of Scotland. The nearest village is Duror, and the nearest Post Code is PA38 4BW. Parking at both Nature Reserves is free.
The nearest train stations are Fort William (approximately 20 miles away) and Oban (approximately 25 miles away).
Citylink coaches leave from Edinburgh and Glasgow regularly for Oban and Fort William. The 918 service between these towns stops at the Reserve. Ask to be set down at “Dalnatrat Road End” and walk 300 metres north along the cycle path.
A good option is to take the Skye Citylink bus from Glasgow Airport to Ballachulish Visitor Centre. This is a short walk from the Isles of Glencoe Hotel where we hold our annual Gathering. They can arrange a local taxi to take you to the reserve.
The heart of Highland Titles lies in the conservation work we endeavour to complete in both of our reserves. As time goes by, the plans we have for these areas tend to evolve – but that doesn’t mean we don’t have a plan. Take a look at our past plans and current 5 year plan to see where we hope to take things next.
The perfect present for someone who has everything. Purchased a plot for a dear friend’s "don’t ask" birthday and could not believe how quickly it arrived in Western Australia. She is thrilled to bits with it and has already planned to add Scotland to her European trip next year so that she can visit her plot.Judi