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Highland estate near Inverness chosen as venue for the hit US romance reality series The Bachelorette

By Andrew Dixon

Achnagairn Estate will feature in the hit US romance reality series The Bachelorette, reaching millions of viewers worldwide.

The luxury Highland estate will serve as backdrop as bachelorette Hannah Brown continues her journey to love with the remaining men vying for her heart.

Hannah Brown
Hannah Brown

The episode of The Bachelorette, currently celebrating its 15th season, is scheduled to air today on ABC in the US.

The estate, which includes a castle, on-site lodges and a restaurant called Table Manors, will feature on the reality show.

Gillian Lacey-Solymar, owner of Achnagairn Estate, said: “We were thrilled to participate in The Bachelorette. As an award-winning wedding venue, we are overjoyed to be able to show a large US audience the excitement of romance – Scottish style.

“There are many parallels between the programme and our luxury venue; The Bachelorette is unique and so are we, the programme understands glamour, and so do we, and as we know, so many people would love to star as The Bachelorette, and many too dream of tying the knot at Achnagairn.

“We’re proud to showcase Scotland to a global audience and know that Achnagairn will perfectly demonstrate Scotland’s beauty and culture to viewers all over the world.”

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