This traditional lodge is tucked away in the heart of the rugged Highland landscape with a dramatic backdrop of the Slioch Mountain. Here you will feel truly embraced by the Scottish wilderness and all its elegance.
Located just a couple of miles south of the spectacular Loch Maree, this cosy and inviting lodge makes a lovely holiday base for a family or group of friends looking to explore this stunning part of the Highlands. Situated in a beautifully isolated spot with the magnificent mountains of Slioch providing a dramatic backdrop, this pretty property offers ample space for up to eight guests and is particularly suitable for groups interested in Munro bagging, cycling and hill walking. The area is also rich in wildlife, with chances to see red deer, otters and eagles. Among many local attractions are the Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve (1.5 miles), the forty islands of Loch Maree and the picturesque village of Kinlochewe – just half a mile away – which has a number of delightful shops and places to eat and drink.
This is a delightful family property and features a cosy lounge, attractive dining room and a fully equipped kitchen as well as four comfortable bedrooms. This warm and flexible former hunting lodge is a welcoming space and offers fantastic views, making it a wonderful retreat to unwind in after a fantastic day spent exploring this truly glorious area.
On entering this delightful holiday lodge, you will find the pretty lounge. With a lovely open fire, TV and plenty of seating, this is a wonderful space to relax in and chat about the day’s adventures. You will also find a fully equipped kitchen with plenty of appliances including a Rayburn, perfect for preparing your favourite meals. The light and spacious dining room is perfect for sitting down as a family to enjoy any meal or to plan your day. Exploring the ground floor further, there are two WCs, a utility room and shower room.
Heading upstairs, all four simply decorated and cosy bedrooms can be found on the first floor. There are three welcoming twin bedrooms and a delightful small bedroom with a ¾ bed and low sloping ceiling. The first floor also features a bathroom.
Stepping outside, you can enjoy a meal or a glass of wine in the evening on the patio which features garden furniture and breathtaking views of the countryside. There’s also a pretty garden and plenty of space outside for children to play. The adjacent Keeper’s House may be available by arrangement at extra cost.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.
Please note there is a refundable £150 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.