Aline is an all round sporting estate offering a variety of field sports and spectacular scenery. Situated on the boundary of Lewis and Harris in the Outer Hebrides, Aline covers 8,000 acres of hills, moors and lochs with sporting rights over adjacent land. The lodge is next to the sea, looking onto Loch Seaforth, which because of its beauty and wildness forms part of a Scottish National Scenic Area. The estate includes several miles of sea coast, including Seaforth Island, plus several miles of shoreline on Loch Langavat, one of the most prolific salmon fisheries in the Hebrides.
Aline has a variety of sport: stalking, walked-up grouse, driven woodcock, duck flighting, and salmon and sea trout fishing.
The estate has a fulltime gamekeeper, boats on both the sea and freshwater lochs, boathouse, sauna complex by the sea, and dogs for walked up shooting. The eighteenth-century lodge is newly rebuilt, with sunroom, poolroom, study, and six bedrooms and 5 and half bathrooms. There are four additional cottages, two available in 2017 for overflow guests or by separate arrangement.