Belle Isle Castle
In 1992, the bridge house was the first cottage to be converted to a holiday house. The conversion of the Hamilton Wing, which is now used to host up to 14 guests, was completed the following year.
The coach house was converted in 1996 and the courtyard in 1998. The Duke bought the estate for his second son, Nicholas Hamilton, an artist in New York. Nicholas married Tatiana Kronberg, also an artist, on 30 August 2009. Nicholas and Tatiana are involved in the estate's operations. Day-to-day management is carried out by Charles Plunket, who has been at Belle Isle for 16 years, and assisted by Andrea McIlveen, a longtime employee.