Paul must put the house up for sale; Iona's impending marriage breaks Paul's heart; Donald stages a protest over Glenbogle's buyout.
Iona's former fiance comes to Glenbogle; Jess feels Golly overworks and undervalues him; Amy panics when she realizes she is ill-prepared for her college interview.
Amy and Ewan discover a loch monster, prompting a visit by marine biologists.
A rich couple arrives with a pet panther; Molly takes care of Golly when he gets injured.
Paul's teenage goddaughter shows up unexpectedly; Tam returns and lays claim to his late mother's croft; Molly suspects Edith is a gold digger.
Paul cannot pay for repairs and clashes with Iona; Golly wonders if he can care for his baby boy on his own; Donald and Molly need to repay a gambling debt.
Paul's coronation as laird of Glenbogle is threatened; Jess confronts Meg about her return to Glenbogle.
Donald prepares to leave Glenbogle in his newly restored car.
Chester and Paul go pigeon hunting, Jess is unhappy being single, and Ewan tries to help Jess find a date.
Jess's ghillie skills are tested after she suspects poachers are at large on the Glenbogle estate; Jess's insecurities are further fueled by Paul.
Isobel is behind on her rent but stubbornly refuses Paul's offer of help. However, she forgets her woes when a stranger turns up at her door.
Alex takes on the role of estate factor; Isobel puts her organic produce to the test at the local market.
The discovery of a German World War II fighter plane brings long-buried secrets to light; a day's fishing takes a dramatic turn when Donald hooks a flying mask.
Lexie and Paul face the consequences of their kiss; Ros concedes to let Ewan go; Duncan wants to be a disc jockey.
Lexie organizes Molly's 60th birthday party.
Paul attempts to modernize the estate.
As the family prepares for Hogmanay, Paul opens a long forgotten chest and discovers a strange link with his past; meanwhile, Duncan helps some ghost hunters looking for spirits in the corridors of Glenbogle.
Lexie's estranged father turns up; Golly opposes Jess and Duncan's relationship.
Lexie appears in a magazine; Amanda asks a favor of Paul.
Dorothy takes over the island; Lexie and Golly are stranded with Dorothy.
Lexie takes over in Archie's absence; Molly and Andrew make plans; Jess and Duncan spend time together.
Paul and Archie question their partnership; Andrew makes a decision about his relationship with Molly.
Dorothy wants to build an Eco-Dome; Archie and Paul argue; Jess tries to work with her father; Duncan becomes the site manager for the Eco-Dome.
Archie decides to share more responsibilities with Paul; Molly avoids an invitation.
Molly starts a dating agency; Paul is accused of damaging a minibus.
Paul returns to Glenbogle, much to Molly's dismay.
Archie is offered a position in New York; Molly is swindled out of an antique table.
The family secret threatens to destroy Archie and change Molly's life forever.
Lexie plans a grand ball; Archie, Duncan and Golly stalk a stag and come upon a young man with a connection to Hector's past.
Lexie, fearing a ghost is in the house, worries about Archie; Duncan decides to take control of his relationship.
Archie pays off Hector's death duties; Kilwillie makes Molly an offer; Irene's past threatens her relationship with Duncan.
Archie is adjusting without Golly; Lexie is troubled.
Golly makes a big decision; Duncan is embarrassed with a group of campers at Glenbogle.
Archie's childhood friend visits and makes a pass at Lexie.
Katrina returns; Lexie prepares for her big day with Archie; an admirer arrives to win Molly's hand.
Archie discovers his godmother is the Wildlife Center's representative.
Molly determines to put Hector's death behind her; Archie plans to return Glenbogle to its former glory.
Lexie has second thoughts about her marriage to Archie; Lexie's mother arrives.
Archie and Lexie are surprised at Hector's frosty response to their engagement announcement.
Archie organizes a Midsummer's Ball to celebrate regaining control of the estate and Stella's departure.
Hector's regimental reunion attracts unexpected attention; Lexie damages a valuable painting; Stella's true feeling for Archie emerges.
Duncan and Archie trade places to prevent Duncan from being shown up in front of his beautiful French pen pal.
Archie invites a journalist to write a review of Glenbogle, and he turns out to be Stella's former husband.
Stella and Archie come to blows over the proposed sale of Glenbogle.
Golly comes face-to-face with his past when he meets an old flame and their willful daughter.
Archie must use all his powers of persuasion when Stella lands Golly in hot water.
Stella implements a series of money-saving cutbacks; the staff pickets the estate.
Archie is sure that he has found the answer to the estate's financial problems, however, the bank's ruthless new manager has other ideas.
After transforming Glenbogle into a successful tourist attraction, Archie looks forward to the future with confidence, until an American arrives with a seemingly legitimate claim to the estate.
Hector disowns his pregnant daughter; Archie tries to reunite his warring family; Katrina is faced with a critical decision.
Lexie meets up with her estranged mother for the first time in four years; Katrina faces a tough decision about staff cutbacks at the school.
Molly's gambling addiction threatens the family; Archie must turn a run-down cottage into a tourist attraction.
Molly and Hector are determined to celebrate Archie's 30th birthday; Katrina's romance with the head ranger, Fergal, heats up.
Hector confronts an old flame with a grudge; Duncan is caught in the middle of a clash between Fergal and Golly.
Archie and Hector fight over a barrel of whiskey; Katrina looks for romance; Golly and Duncan vie for a job.
A bank plans a training weekend at Glenbogle; Fleming may be fired; Archie decides to confront Justine.
Justine gives Archie an ultimatum; Kilwillie offers to buy the village; Hector and Katrina try to find a solution.
Archie's trip to London is plagued with bad luck and a lovesick chef; it is election day for Katrina.
Archie competes in a boat race against neighboring landowner Laird Kilwillie, who has seized a McDonald family heirloom.
Archie's sister Lizzie plans to convert the inn into a healing center; Archie leaves everything to Lizzie and returns to London.
A genealogist discovers an old diary belonging to Katrina's mother, a former servant at Glenbogle, that describes a love affair with "H.".
After Archie's long-suffering girlfriend, Justine, arrives from London, she begins to suspect that Archie has feelings for school teacher Katrina Finlay.
Archie (Alastair Mackenzie) is about to return to London when a banker shows up threatening foreclosure.
Londoner Archie MacDonald is called home to his parents' sprawling Scottish mansion and made the new Laird of Glenbogle.