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Meall Mor Lodge

Alness, The Highlands
Sleeps 20
Bedrooms 10
Bathrooms 10
Change Sun
Dogs welcome 4
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Party houses
Towels included
Travel cot available
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At a glance

  • Large, beautifully decorated stone-built Highland Lodge delightfully furnished with period furniture
  • Sits with the 19,000 acre ground of Kildermorie Estate, with combine exquisite scenery with peace and quiet, delightful walks straight from the doorstep.
  • Fast, unlimited Wifi plus charging available of Hybrid/electric vehicles.



Property code: CA233

Find peace and seclusion in this traditional Scottish lodge at the heart of the vast and magnificent Kildermorie Estate, perfect for getting large groups together.

Due the Scottish Governments rules on single households we are now offering one wing of the lodge at a reduced rent as advertised. Guests can book 4 or 6 bedrooms all ensuite.

Ideally located for a true escape to nature, this outstanding lodge is the perfect base for your Highlands holiday. Sleeping an impressive 20 guests and with two on-site cottages available to rent for extra guests, this property is perfectly suited to a large family reunion or group of friends on a fishing or shooting holiday. The property has limited broadband and mobile signal which is extremely attractive for those looking to leave technology behind and fully unwind. At 13 miles from the nearest town, you can rest assured that you’ll be enjoying the utmost seclusion and privacy.

This incredible lodge is impressive both inside and out, with antique furnishings and traditional country elements giving the home a truly rural feel. You’ll find the walls adorned with mounted deer heads, gothic-style chandeliers and deep patterned rugs in a typical hunting lodge style. This vast home benefits from central heating throughout and multiple roaring wood burners, ensuring that you feel warm and cosy in even the coldest of months.

Enter via a stunning entrance hall, where you’ll find the first warming wood burner. This floor features a spacious kitchen equipped for professional caterers and with a casual dining table for a relaxed snack or breakfast. There’s also a regal dining room with large windows and an impressive dining table for celebratory dinners with the entire family. Two of the property’s bedrooms can be found on this floor, both of which are twin rooms. One of these is a bedroom with increased accessibility.

Head upstairs via the wide staircase to access the sitting room and eight further bedrooms. The lounge is a spacious area with comfy sofas and armchairs facing a second wood burner. The absence of a TV encourages guests to catch up, play the piano or get stuck into a good book. This floor boasts five double rooms and three twins, all of which are decorated with antique furnishings such as wrought iron bedsteads or beautiful dressing tables. Each of these bedrooms boasts an en-suite bathroom, where roll-top bathtubs further this antique style.

This home is set on the extensive 19,000-acre Kildermorie Estate, so there’s an abundance of outdoor space on offer to enjoy. Relax in the lawn directly behind the home and perhaps fire up the gas BBQ on a warmer summer’s evening.

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.

  • 10 bedrooms – 5 double bedrooms and 5 twin bedrooms
  • 10 en-suite bathrooms
  • 2 separate ground-floor WCs
  • Available fully catered or self-catered, including a daily maid service
  • Commercial gas cooker and ovens, fridge/freezers, large grills, microwave, dishwasher
  • Washing machine and tumble dryer
  • Luxury toiletries provided
  • Cot available
  • Open fire (logs included)
  • Payphone
  • Unlimited Supfast Wifi
  • South facing courtyard
  • Gas BBQ
  • Ample private parking
  • Charging available for Hybrid/electric vehicles
  • Private spring water supply
  • 4 pets welcome, however please note that pets are strictly not allowed in the property. Heated kennels are provided
  • Additional dogs by arrangement and normal charge
  • Fishing on 6 lochs from boat or bank is included, as well as bank fishing/wading on 1 mile of salmon river
  • Any additional activities offered by the Estate will be at an extra cost - to be arranged directly


The surrounding countryside boasts a typically Scottish landscape, featuring vast lochs and rugged moors. During your travels, be sure to keep a keen eye out for the local wildlife that you might not see too often in your day-to-day life, including otters, osprey, falcons, and red, roe or sika deer. Wander the winding country road down to Loch Morie, which is about 1 mile away. Permission to fish from either bank or boat is included with the property, so be sure to fish for resident brown trout here. If you visit out of shooting season, you can still practise your shot with a trip to a nearby clay pigeon club, 14.5 miles away.


If golf is your preferred sport, then make your way to local town of Alness (12.5) for a large golf course. Here you can find a local pub for a post-game Scotch, or a fish and chip shop for collecting food and returning home. If Scottish whisky is your drink, then be sure to book a tour and tasting at the local distillery (14 miles).


It's no surprise that this property is ideally suited for those looking for an outdoor break, however it is incidentally also handy for getting to the Scottish city of Inverness by car (31 miles). Here you'll find restaurants, bars and a performing arts centre that are worth visiting before your visit comes to an end.

Fiona MacDonald

This property is personally managed by Fiona.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 4 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Lucy 1st August 2021

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have given some feedback to the housekeeper already. We had a wonderful week at Meall Mor Lodge.

Reviewed by Rachel 30th May 2021

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Stunning, remote location and a wonderful, clean, spacious house full of character with all the facilities you could want. The drive to the lodge is a good 20 mins from road but worth it for the views - and with a 4x4 ideally! Plenty of wildlife and walks, fishing, clay pigeon shooting, swimming in loch. The estate team are so helpful and friendly Read more- they are a real plus for the holiday. Hide

Reviewed by Scott 7th February 2020

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Myself and a group of friends went here for a joint birthday and honestly that property was outstanding. Stunning decor inside, awesome scenery outside and set in some of the best kept grounds Ive ever seen. The caretaker Michal was very pleasant to deal with, answered all queries we had and restocked firewood each morning. Would be delighted to stRead moreay here again sometime. Hide

Reviewed by Louise 28th December 2019

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A perfect holiday retreat over new year. Quiet, great scenery and friendly housekeepers. Take lots of boardgames or other entertainment as there is no TV and limited internet - but if a week away from it all is what you are after, then this is a great option. We didn't make use of the shooting/stalking options available, but we did do some (very coRead moreld) swimming and kayaking on nearby Loch Morie. Hide

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Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

From the isolated and peaceful Shetland Islands in the north to the thriving border towns and cities in the south, across wild mountains and serene lochs, and encompassing over 700 islands, Scotland’s rich and dramatic landscape simply must be seen to be appreciated. Scotland is home to the ten highest mountains in the UK – including Ben Nevis, the UK’s highest peak – and is bordered by three seas, offering epic scenery unlike any other you may have seen.

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