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TITLE
Dalmore House, Alness
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_CARD_0671
PLACENAME
Alness
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ROSS: Rosskeen
PERIOD
1910s
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
32591
KEYWORDS
dalmore house
Alness
Dalmore House, Alness

Dalmore House is a classic, Victorian, baronial style mansion with views towards the Moray Firth. Sitting in lawned gardens, the property is surrounded by mature woodland with access to some delightful river walks.

Near Alness and about 21 miles from Inverness, the original Dalmore House was built in the 1890s for a local distillery owner.

It burnt down in the 1933. Two years later, a similar house, the one that exists today, was built. For almost 50 years it was an old people's home and was more recently used as a respite and holiday home. It has four public rooms, 18 bedrooms, seven offices and a kitchen.

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Dalmore House, Alness

ROSS: Rosskeen

1910s

dalmore house; Alness

Highland Libraries

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Dalmore House is a classic, Victorian, baronial style mansion with views towards the Moray Firth. Sitting in lawned gardens, the property is surrounded by mature woodland with access to some delightful river walks. <br /> <br /> Near Alness and about 21 miles from Inverness, the original Dalmore House was built in the 1890s for a local distillery owner. <br /> <br /> It burnt down in the 1933. Two years later, a similar house, the one that exists today, was built. For almost 50 years it was an old people's home and was more recently used as a respite and holiday home. It has four public rooms, 18 bedrooms, seven offices and a kitchen.