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Dairy  

The Dairy takes its name from the time when Queen Victoria stayed at Taymouth Castle. Feeling that she was getting out of touch with her people the Queen asked that she be enabled to milk a cow! The Estate duly constructed a dairy for her using white quartz taken from Ben Lawers. The building is now a private residence and overlooks the golf course.

Head of the Dairy in low water

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

This pool fishes best in medium and low water. The old croys were repaired in the late eighties and have settled in nicely. In high water the flow is too great except for a short stretch on the left hand bank next to a big boulder. Kelts often take refuge near this stone. The pool is probably at its best when the water is just covering the croy shown.

Tail of the Dairy in low water  

 

 

 

Dairy

 

 

 

 

 
 
 

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