In the meantime, my hubby and I found this hilarious show on Netflix called Monarch of the Glen. It's set in Scotland in the early 2000's and follows the lives of Archie McDonald, his family, staff and friends in the town of Glenbogle where Archie is "laird" of Genbogle House.
We finished Season 1 and started into the second season, and we're constantly cracking up as we watch this show. The conflict, especially for Archie, is so well done. The guy can't seem to get a break from trying to pull the estate out of ruin, deal with his crazy parents, and figure out which of the local girls he likes in return. It's like the contemporary, Scottish version of Downton Abbey! :)
The show reminds me a lot of our trip to Scotland and England. It's fun to hear that accent again, and while the town and house are set very far north in Scotland, it looks a lot like the town and castle of Inveraray that we saw in the Western Highlands.