Holme Rose (Holme meaning farm), is located adjacent to Kilravock Castle, the traditional seat of the Rose clan from which Holme Rose takes its name.

It is understood that the house dates back to the 1800s, and is built of pink sandstone. Steps lead up to an impressive portico entrance supported by a pair of Doric columns.

The Estate was sold in the 1930s to Brigadier James Stirling of Fairburn before being purchased by Lord Campbell of Croy in 1969, father of the current owner, and Secretary of State for Scotland in the early 1970s. At Holme Rose, Lord Campbell hosted many senior British and international politicians including three Prime Ministers, various US senators and European royal family.