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Scottish Lord or Lady of Chaol Ghleann Title or Couple's Package from Dunans Castle Limited (Up to 61% Off)

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Own a piece of land and boast a decorative title Lord or Lady title to a 16th century Scots Baronial castle

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SeanTOP REVIEWER
9 ratings6 reviews
3 days ago
The materials we received were lovely and informative. We're hoping to visit in person soon!
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Andrea
1 ratings1 reviews
4 days ago
I’m excited to get my package!
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nancyTOP REVIEWER
9 ratings7 reviews
7 days ago
Great took very little time to do
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VictoriaTOP REVIEWERHELPFUL REVIEWER
20 ratings14 reviews
April 10, 2021
Got this as a gift for my husband's birthday and he loved it. I did not find it difficult to navigate the website like some reviewers stated. I was also aware of the extra charge to have the hard copy of the certificate delivered to my house, so that did not catch me by surprise. All in all, a great deal for a unique and fun gift. Definitely a cool conversation starter, and gives us an excuse to visit Scotland in the future. Would recommend!
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RichardTOP REVIEWER
29 ratings19 reviews
April 10, 2021
Great fun and I love having a title from one of my favorite countries.
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Alois
1 ratings1 reviews
April 8, 2021
It was super easy to order. I printed the temporary copy and now I’m waiting for the hard copy to come in the mail. (7-21 business days)
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JenniferHELPFUL REVIEWER
2 ratings2 reviews
April 5, 2021
I ordered this for my children and their spouses. Our ancestry originated in Scotland so having the titles of Laird and Lady and now "owning" a very small piece of Scotland has them excited and looking forward to visiting Dunans Castle. Knowing we have been able to help in some very small way to preserve a piece of history our history is very satisfying. The paperwork was easy to fill out and the turn around time for our Deed of Entitlement was quick. Looking forward to our trip to see how they are coming along with its restoration.
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LeesahTOP REVIEWER
19 ratings5 reviews
April 3, 2021
Awesome for a family gift!!
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Scottish Lord or Lady of Chaol Ghleann Decorative Title

Available Packages:

  • Standard:
    • Lord or Lady of Chaol Ghleann title with a souvenir folder
    • Ownership of one square foot of pasture on the grounds of Dunans Castle
    • Deed of entitlement signed and sealed by present Laird
    • Includes downloadable pdf with deeds of entitlement
    • Free tours to all Lords and Ladies of the grounds and building
    • Access to woodland garden and rivers for fishing on the ancient estate
    • Titles help towards restoring the historic Highlands castle
    • Deeds of entitlement posted, signed, and presented in a presentation folder
    • Subscription to the Lords and Ladies Monthly Newsletter
    • Rights to use and wear the Dunans Rising Tartan

  • Deluxe:
    • All Standard Package components
    • Lord or Lady of Dunans Castle title with premium-quality souvenir folder
    • Deed of entitlement, signed and wax-sealed by the present Laird
    • Personalized email address with an @lairdofdunanscastle.com and/or @ladyofdunanscastle.com domain
    • Online access to stationary templates for letters, business cards, and compliment slips
  • Premium:
    • Presented in a red presentation box with silver foil insignia
    • Ownership of one square foot on the ground floor of the castle
    • Double-size personalized deed of entitlement with a large wax seal
    • Ground-floor plan of the castle with owned square foot marked by the current Laird
    • One tartan item such as a tie, scarf, or teddy, subject to availability
    • Copy of The Conservation Plan for Dunans book, signed by the Laird
    • Gold ID and discount card
    • Personal letter from the Laird
    • A personal tour of the project from the Laird
    • 50% discount on first night’s stay at Dunans Castle after restorations are complete

Need To Know

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per order. Valid online only. Procurement and Production charge of $11 is additional. Every purchase of a decorative title helps with the restoration of historic Dunans Castle, its bridge and grounds in Argyll, Scotland, and each Lord and Lady becomes part of an international community of interest and can visit the project whenever they like. Limit 5 per person, may buy 5 additional as gift(s). Valid only for option purchased. Not valid with other offers or promotions. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Dunans Castle

The Dunans Castle's name first appeared on maps in 1590. Originally owned by Clan Lamont, this Scots Baronial castle was purchased by the Fletcher family in the early 18th century and was sustained by the family until 1997 when it was sold by the heirs of Colonel Archibald Fletcher—one of the proposed inspirations for Ian Fleming's James Bond. The castle served as a hotel until 2001 when a fire scorched all but the pre-Victorian west wing.

Today, the estate is run by Dunans Castle Limited as they work to restore the castle. The bridge, built in 1815 by Thomas Telford to commemorate the battle of Waterloo, still stands along with the fully-restored north wing, referred to as the Dunan's House. The area around the castle is lush with green hills and woods and a river for fishing. The grounds are reportedly home to three ghosts: a grey lady on the staircase; a spirit forever crossing the bridge who was, perhaps, one of the bridge's builders; and a figure on the grounds which some have claimed bears a resemblance to Colonel Archibald Fletcher.