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Inverbroom Lodge

Garve, The Highlands
Sleeps 18
Bedrooms 9
Bathrooms 8
Change Sun
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Games / Play facilities
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • A fabulous nine-bedroom shooting lodge close to Loch Broom
  • The perfect space for family gatherings and special occasions
  • Share celebratory meals in the formal dining room
  • Relax in front of the wood burner after a day of outdoor activities
  • Bait your rod for trout and salmon fishing on the River Broom
  • Skim the waves on a sea-safari from picturesque Ullapool
Property code: CA182

A wonderful period property for special occasions and social gatherings, surrounded by open countryside and within easy reach of the outdoor attractions of the Scottish Highlands.

This delightful shooting lodge, sleeping 18 guests and two dogs across nine tranquil bedrooms, is a particularly fine example of a Victorian Scottish house; it’s now a comfortable and stylish holiday let that retains its traditional atmosphere. Set within the large Inverbroom Estate, less than a mile from Loch Broom, this house is perfect for a large family or group of friends who want to enjoy some time away from the hustle and bustle of modern life in attractive and peaceful surroundings.

The rooms within the property are gracious and elegant with ornate fireplaces and decor that’s sympathetic to the house’s age; lighting and large windows create a bright and airy feel. Rich woods in the floors and furniture make the home welcoming and relaxing for those cosy nights in.

The charming kitchen/diner is a haven for cooks thanks to the Aga and two electric ovens; sit and enjoy casual meals at the breakfast table or enjoy sociable dinners in the separate dining room. There’s also a double bedroom on the ground floor. Snuggle up in the lounge in front of the open fire with a book, or challenge someone to a game of billiards in the games room – it’s the ideal hideaway.

Up the winding staircase, a country-style feel has been created in the nine bedrooms on the first floor using handsome vintage pieces and quaint décor. Relax with sumptuous linens to sink into at the end of the day. Enjoy a long soak in the claw-foot bath in one of the en-suite double bedrooms; every room benefits from an en-suite shower or bathroom so there won’t be any long queues.

Outside, a pretty enclosed garden is ideal for children and pups to play in, while you look on with an al fresco drink from the garden furniture as the BBQ sizzles away. Wander around the estate, along the gorge and access a beautiful valley where you may spot lambs in the spring.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

Please note there is a refundable £500 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.

  • 9 bedrooms – 3 doubles, 6 twins
  • 8 bathrooms - 2 ensuite shower rooms, 5 ensuite bathrooms with shower over bath, 1 bathroom with shower over bath and WC, additional ground floor WC
  • Central heating included
  • Open fire with logs included
  • 2 electric ovens, electric hob, AGA range cooker, fridge/freezer, microwave, 2 dishwashers, drinks fridge, washing machine and tumble dryer
  • TV, stereo, Wi-Fi
  • Billiards table
  • Highchair and cot by arrangement
  • Garden furniture and gas BBQ
  • 2 dogs welcome - please note that dogs are restricted to the ground floor only
  • Shops, restaurants and pubs 8 miles

The lodge has plenty of activities right on its doorstep. Fly fishing on the River Broom runs from mid-June until the end of September, and the estate has four rods. Fish for salmon or trout on the remote hill lochs around the property. There's also stalking available for one or two rifles from August.

Head up to the fishing port of Ullapool, just 8 miles away, for a bit of retail therapy and a pit stop at a pub before you head out for walking. If golf is more your thing, the picturesque Ullapool Golf Course is set on the shores of Loch Broom. Take a cruise ship to Loch Broom and the Summer Isles from Ullapool Harbour and see what wildlife you can spot.

Enjoy walks whatever your ability further afield but still not far from the property; wander through gentle woodland beside the Black Water River from Silverbridge (23 miles) and Little Garve Bridge (24 miles). Black Water Falls (23 miles) is a sight to behold, with tumbling peaty waters glistening with white plumes. Take in the beautiful scenery around Corrieshalloch Gorge or climb one of the many Munros. Children will enjoy the Highland Museum of Childhood (33.5 miles), which tells the story of childhood in the Highlands in years gone by.

This property is personally managed by Carol.

Guest comments

Reviewed by Bruce July 2019

We absolutely loved our stay at Inverbroom Lodge. There is lots to see and do roundabout. The house is well equipped. Its shabby chique so perfect for a family stay with children. My only comment would be that your beds are far too high for small children and also it was very dissapointing that the swimming pool was not in use. Thank you

Reviewed by Mrs Stott June 2019

A group of 17 of us had a fabulous holiday at Inverbroom Lodge. 8 ensuite bedrooms was luxury. As was the endless supply of hot water. Well equipped kitchen. Beautiful surroundings.

Reviewed by Mrs Jones April 2019

The house is perfect for a large group, homely, comfortable,lots of en-suite and plenty of hot water. The kitchen has everything you need and plenty of space. We all enjoyed the walks around the estate, particularly the gorge walk where lots of hard work had made a beautiful valley accessible and watching lambs being born at all times of day and niRead moreght was amazing. Further a field we enjoyed the cafe at Ullapool golf club for a quick snack, the pie shop at Lochinver for amazing pies and the pub at Badachro near Gairloch for the setting and the sea food. Hide

Reviewed by Mr Plummer May 2018

Inverbroom Lodge was a perfect base for our walking holiday for a group of 18. The house is comfortable and well equipped for group self-catering, with plenty of great walking nearby, from epic mountain expeditions to low level loch side strolls. Plus easy access to the main road to explore further afield, and to visit Ullapool for shops, boat tripRead mores, etc. And the sun shone all week! We definitely want to go back! Hide

Reviewed by Dr Hares April 2018

A comfortable spacious house in a tranquil highland location. Plenty of en-suite bedrooms for 4 families with children. A DVD player would have been useful for the children. It was nice and warm with plenty of hot water. An enjoyable holiday was had by all.

Reviewed by Mr Rankin March 2018

Group of 16 stag party ranging from 19 to 63 and catered for the whole group and house was set up with logs and everything for the full weekend and everyone had a great time (Snooker room was a hit with all) and ullapool is not far for shopping and a pub if needed.

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