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Land Rover relocates Scottish experience centre

Land Rover has moved its Scottish off-road experience centre from Dunkeld House Hotel to a new base on Butterstone Loch in the heart of the Perthshire highlands.

For dealers offering experience days to customers, the new site has improved access to driving routes across nearby private estates.

As the only Land Rover Experience centre in Scotland, it provides an obstacle course, swamp, rock crawl and sand pit, as well as woodland tracks across 280 acres of land. Local landowners have also given the centre access to a further 5,000 acres of wild highland estates.

The new lodge building has conference facilities, with two suites that can each accommodate up to 50 people. There is also more parking space and better accommodation for the administration and instruction teams than at the previous base at Dunkeld House Hotel.

Beverley Large, Land Rover Experience Scotland director, said: “The move to Butterstone Loch is a great opportunity for us to deliver an even better experience for our visitors, working from a larger and more flexible base.

“Our work helps build valuable advocacy among Land Rover customers, anyone buying a new vehicle has an invitation to come to one of the seven Land Rover Experience centres around Britain – with ours as the only one based in Scotland. And it isn’t just about the all-terrain aspects of the vehicles, our instructors cover all the technical aspects of the models as well, such as how to make best use of the satellite navigation and multimedia systems.”

As well as customers, the centre hosts corporate and VIP guests for driving and team-building exercises. Driving packages are available from one hour to a full day.

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