Who wouldn’t want the prestige of being a Lord or Lady?
Scottish Laird presents the Decorative title, Lord and/or Lady of Chaol Ghleann, the purchase of which supports the restoration of Dunans Castle, one of Scotland’s lost mansions.
These decorative Titles are ideal as gifts for Christmas, weddings, birthdays, anniversaries and all sorts of occasions. Bestow a glorious title on yourself or loved ones and invoke feelings of sharing something splendid, stately and awe-inspiring.
What’s the Deal?
Become a Recognized Lord or Lady – R169 (valued at R419)
Choose title - individual, download or download and hardcopy (the hardcopy will be posted at an additional price)
Click the link to Validate Code
Enter coupon code to validate your details - and once clicked 'UPDATE' the total payable will reduce to zero.
Fill in all details and click 'Redeem'
In Transaction, Results click on 'Personalised deed' and check,
Download and print.
If you have chosen a Posted package the hardcopy will arrive in due course at an additional price
Lord or Lady of Chaol Ghleann title with souvenir pack
Includes the transfer of one square foot of pasture in the grounds of Dunans Castle
Deed of entitlement signed and sealed by present Lairs, displayed in a presentation folder
Includes downloadable PDF with deeds of entitlement
Includes tours of the grounds and building
Includes the right to wear the Dunans Rising Tartan
Access to the woodland garden, walks and river which make up the curtilage of the castle
Buying the title contributes to the preservation of Dunans Castle and the maintenance of heritage woodland and biodiverse landscape containing local rare species
About the Offer
Scottish Laird presents the decorative title of Lord and Lady of Chaol Ghleann, the purchase of which supports the restoration of Dunans Castle, one of Scotland’s lost mansions. Holders can visit the grounds and building on a tour, and receive a deed of entitlement via post and in a PDF format.
Where is Dunans Castle?
Dunans Castle is on the Cowal Peninsula, part of Argyll and only an hour and a half by road from Glasgow.