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Reasort Estates is throwing the doors of Amhuinnsuidhe Castle to host an open day in aid of Bethesda Hospice

The open day is an annual charity fundraising event and this year takes place on Saturday October 1 between 1pm and 3pm.

As well as being able to tour the castle’s main rooms, the highlight of the day is the prize draw. The top prize is a day’s fishing for two at Amhuinnsuidhe Castle Estate. The second prize is a £100 box of venison. And a host of other prizes as well. 

The draw can be entered via the event’s online fundraising page at

The winning ticket will be drawn at the castle on the open day and live streamed via the event’s Facebook page.  

Meanwhile, there is also a silent auction currently underway for nine lots, including accommodation and deer stalking.

Bids can be placed via

Reasort Estates comprise Amhuinnsuidhe Castle Estate,  Morsgail Estate, Uig and Hamanavay Estate. 

The Bethesda Hospice and care home requires to raise over £370,000 per year to keep the hospice open and offers a much needed and caring service to those who are terminally ill and those who require nursing care. 

Last year's online silent auction and prize draw raised the magnificent sum of £11,613 for the Bethesda Hospice. 

Bethesda Hospice said earlier: "We were absolutely delighted to be the local charity nominated to benefit from the annual Rèasort Estates fundraising event. 

"The monies raised go towards the Hospice funds, as we require to raise almost £400,000 each year to be able to continue to provide specialist palliative care in the hospice free to the patients and their families."

The picture of last year's cheque shows Carol Somerville, Bethesda General Manager; Natalie Keiller, Fundraiser; Virginia Hill, Rèasort Estates Office Manager; and Mr Ian Scarr-Hall who is the owner of Amhuinnsuidhe Castle.