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Kinlochewe Lodge

Kinlochewe, The Highlands
Sleeps 18
Bedrooms 15
Bathrooms 5
Change Sun
No Dogs
3 star
Waterside views
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Games / Play facilities
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Large sporting lodge surrounded by wildlife
  • On the banks of the Kinlochewe River
  • Flexible accommodation with several formal and informal living spaces
  • Games room for fun competitions
  • Shooting and fishing available nearby
  • Fantastic views over the hills
Property code: CA198

This luxury sporting lodge with impressive views over Loch Maree has space for 18 and is ideal for family gatherings in glorious Highlands seclusion.

This exceptional sporting lodge is set in a magnificent location close to the Kinlochewe River and enjoys stunning views out across the glorious vistas of Loch Maree. The area has an abundance of wildlife, with red deer, salmon, pine martens and eagles all to be found.

This impressive property provides a tranquil backdrop for guests seeking a secluded retreat in an area rich in natural beauty. Surrounded by rocky mountain peaks, lush pastures, extensive woodland, sparkling rivers and sublime lochs, this is a wonderful base for a large group looking to explore the area, and is particularly suitable for groups of hill-walkers and climbers.

Traditional in style, this comfortably furnished property offers spacious and tastefully decorated accommodation perfect for a large group looking to relax in a grand but welcoming setting. The property offers a host of attractively designed public rooms with many original features including musical instruments and examples of taxidermy, as well as 15 cosy bedrooms and a range of relaxing bathrooms for you to unwind in at the end of the day.

Stepping into this wonderful property, you will find the welcoming drawing room which is ideal for relaxing in front of the warming woodburner. There’s an additional lounge and a fully equipped kitchen which is perfect for preparing meals for large groups. The atmospheric dining room is a wonderful space for formal meals and evening supper parties. Exploring this wonderful property further, there is a delightful study/music room with a grand piano, a quiet TV room, a bar and a games room with a billiards table. The ground floor also has a range of other useful rooms and spaces including a laundry, scullery, drying room, two WCs and a shower room.

The 15 cosy and attractively decorated bedrooms are arranged across the first and second floors of the house. There are 5 double rooms, 1 single room and 9 twin rooms all beautifully decorated.

Going outside, you can relax in the private garden which is occasionally visited by pine martens. This is an ideal base for guests interested in outdoor pursuits with fishing available by arrangement between February and October, as well as opportunities for stalking, with a few grouse also available by arrangement in August and early September.

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

  • 15 bedrooms - 5 doubles, 9 twin rooms and 1 single room - additional guests by arrangement for an additional cost, please enquire at the point of booking
  • 5 bathrooms - 1 shower room with WC, 4 bathrooms with WCs
  • 3 seperate WCs
  • Oil-fired Aga, electric ovens, dishwasher, fridges, freezers, microwave, tumble dryer and washing machines
  • Woodburner
  • TV
  • Private garden
  • Wi-Fi included
  • TV
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Shop and pub within 0.5 miles

The lodge is perfect for hill-walkers and mountaineers with numerous Munros to bag nearby. There are also plenty of places for keen anglers to try their luck, with chances to catch salmon, trout and pike in the region. Notable peaks include Beinn Eighe (5.5 miles) which is also home to a beautiful nature reserve, Sgorr Ruadh (22 miles), Slioch (4.5 miles) and Fionn Bheinn (8.5 miles). The Coulin estate (4.5 miles) and the Letterewe estate (8 miles) offer opportunities for walking, stalking and fishing, with the delightful town of Gairloch (20 miles) home to a nine-hole golf course.

The charming town of Torridon is set in a dramatic spot overlooking Upper Loch Torridon and has a choice of places to eat and drink. Torridon is a great base for walkers exploring the Liathach massif, Beinn Eighe or the coastal path to Lower Diabaig (20 miles).

Loch Maree (2.5 miles) is one of Scotland's finest lochs, known for its rare plants and wildlife and for the 40 or more islands scattered across the surface. You can explore the loch by boat or kayak, or enjoy some of the many walks throughout this spellbinding area. You can also head to the dramatic west coast (15 miles).

This property is personally managed by Carol.

Guest comments

Reviewed by Mr Cornthwaite May 2019

Great. What more can I say

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Location

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