Home of Fassfern Highland Gins

The Gaelic for Fassfern is Am Fasadh Fearna, which means Alderwood resting place.

Fassfern is a hamlet on the north shore of Loch Eil in the district of Lochaber in the Scottish Highlands. It sits at the bottom of Glen Suileag and historically was part of Clan Cameron territory. Situated just off the A830, approximately 6 miles west of Fort William heading towards Mallaig and is home to Fassfern Highland Gins.

We have no other connection to the Fassfern Estate except we live and work in this magnificant location.

Around Fassfern

A haven of peace and tranquillity.

Fassfern is a haven of peace and tranquillity, teeming in wildlife and steeped in history. Sustainability is at the heart of the area's philosophy and the woodlands are managed in accordance with Forest Stewardship Council Principles and criteria.

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Bonnie Prince Charlie

Charles Edward Louis John Casimir Sylvester Severino Maria Stuart

Charles Edward Louis John Casimir Sylvester Severino Maria Stuart was born 31st December 1720 as the eldest son of James Francis Edward Stuart and was the Stuart claimant to the throne of Great Britain. During his lifetime he was known as “The Young Pretender” and “The Young Chevalier” but most popularly as “Bonnie Prince Charlie”.

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Fassfern Logo

A plant which grows in abundance around the estate.

This would appear self-explanatory, however, given the Gaelic meaning, should probably be represented by Alderwood. Or, given the historical significance, a white rose symbolising that plucked for Bonnie Prince Charlie’s “White cockade” becoming the symbol for the Jacobite cause.

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