Couldoran House was built in 1927 by Charlie Murray, whose portrait can be seen in the Sitting Room. It was built as a shooting lodge for his family and guests, and the rooms at the front of the house have wonderful pine doorways and flooring.  The house was designed to be built for the family and for servants, therefore whilst the front rooms are grander, some of the back rooms are more functional.

The house has been a much loved holiday home since 2005 and is used extensively by the Raeside family and their friends. We like to maintain a relaxed but friendly feel. There is a high chair, a buggy and a back-pack available, as well as two travel cots.  The housekeeper, Lyndsay, lives on the estate but will not interfere with your privacy during your stay.

Outside the house are extensive gardens, full of azaleas in the spring.