Holiday House Details
Camisky Lodge
(7 reviews)
From £1,797 per week
Sleeps 14
7 bedrooms
3 doubles, 4 twins

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Weekly Rates

From DateTo DateWeekly RateDeposit
Sun 16 Jun 2019Sat 21 Sep 2019£2,999£900
Sun 22 Sep 2019Sat 28 Sep 2019£2,292£390
Sun 29 Sep 2019Sat 26 Oct 2019£1,999£600
Sun 27 Oct 2019Sat 21 Dec 2019£1,797£540
Sun 22 Dec 2019Sat 28 Dec 2019£3,616£1,085
Sun 29 Dec 2019Sat 04 Jan 2020£3,616£1,085


Set in a stunning location on the banks of the River Lochy with clear views to Ben Nevis, Camisky Lodge has been transformed into a breathtaking self catering holiday retreat, close to Fort William.

Built in 1870 as the primary fishing lodge for the River Lochy and once host to the Prince of Wales and Wallis Simpson, Camisky has now been fully renovated to a very high standard with great attention to detail creating the ideal location for a memorable family holiday, special occasion or a house party of friends. Wonderfully secluded along a quiet glen, this fabulous Highland house is only 7 miles from the thriving town of Fort William.

The wonderfully proportioned rooms have all been beautifully decorated and elegantly furnished and the large bay windows not only give fabulous views but also allow natural light to flow through and fill the house. Throughout, the interiors are immaculately presented yet wonderfully relaxed and welcoming.

The graceful dining room with its rich coloured walls and large mahogany table is perfect for long memorable dinners and the delightful drawing room provides the perfect backdrop for relaxed conversation. There are many further rooms including a second sitting room, ideal for those wishing to play games or watch television, and the morning room creates the perfect retreat for guests wanting extra peace and quiet in front of a roaring open fire. The large traditional conservatory porch is very much geared toward the outdoors with lots of hanging space and a heated drying cupboard. All the bedrooms are extremely comfortable and strikingly decorated and the spacious master bedroom boasts a Jacobean four poster bed. The well designed kitchen, with its large wooden table and Aga, is fully equipped to cater for every cook’s needs.

With an abundant supply of hot water, full central heating and 4 cosy open fires, this sensational Scottish holiday house is perfect for all seasons and ideal for those who love the great outdoors or the keen skier with Nevis Ski Resort just a few miles away. Camisky Lodge gives delightful self catering holiday accommodation and provides the perfect opportunity to enjoy this historically magical part of Scotland in blissful comfort and elegant style.

Please note that arrival time is 6.00 p.m.



Ground floor:

Conservatory porch with heated drying cupboard, morning room with open fire, drawing room with open fire, dining room with open fire, sitting room with TV & open fire & study with TV,  dog’s room with sink, kitchen with 4 oven electric Aga plus larder & utility room, butler’s pantry with dishwasher & fridge, cloakroom with WC & WHB.

First floor:

Master bedroom with Jacobean four poster bed & en-suite bathroom (bath, shower, WC, bidet & WHB), two king size bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms (bath, over bath shower, WC & WHB), 4 twin bedrooms and two family bathrooms (bath, over bath shower, WC & WHB).

Large paved terrace along front of house overlooking river with steps down to pathway leading to riverbank. The house is surrounded by 5 acres of informal grounds and open farmland.

Please Note:

  • A starter pack of fuel is included - it is advisable to arrange extra fuel prior to your holiday.
  • Additional housekeeping available by separate arrangement.
  • Arrival time is 6pm.
  • Refundable extra charge: Good Housekeeping Deposit £500 payable to owner.


  • Fort William (7 miles) - offering a large range of shops, supermarket, hotels & restaurants, swimming pool & leisure complex.
  • 4 oven electric Aga
  • Bose sound system
  • Dishwasher
  • DVD
  • Freezer
  • High chair
  • Large fridge
  • Large paved terrace with garden furniture
  • Linen and towels provided
  • Microwave
  • Oil fired central heating and energy included
  • Open fire - starter pack of coal included
  • Private garden
  • Travel cot
  • Tumble dryer
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • WiFi
  • 4 Pets only - £20.00 charge per Week per Pet. Dogs and smoking restricted to ground floor only
  • Reviews

    (7 reviews)
    Camisky Lodge reviews
    Lovely house, nice and warm, excellent location, plenty of walks in the area, comfortable beds, everyone slept well. What more can you ask for? We'll be back.
    Mrs Vos-dawson - December 2017
    Camisky Lodge is an amazing house for a family group holiday. There is so much space and the house is warm and comfortable. The beds and soft furnishings are of a high quality and the house was fully equipped with everything we needed. The views from the front of the house down to the river and up to the facing hills beyond the canal changed in the differing lights and the variety of weather we had (sun, snow, rain and hail). The views of Ben Nevis from the back of the house were also spectacular, especially on one of the clear nights when the moon light shone down on to the snow covered mountains. We enjoyed walks along the river most days although our fishing team of 3 only caught 1 fish between them! We had trips out too, visiting Mallaig, Glenfinnan, Loch Ness, Fort William and Ben Nevis etc. Our only negative if we had to find one is that we would have welcomed an additional oven. The Aga looks good and is very warm but one small roasting oven was not enough to cook the quantity of food we wished to cook. We managed and it would not deter us from visiting again but we had to change our menus to suit the limited cooking facilities. Overall though we totally loved our week away and really did not want to leave. Thank you very much.
    Mrs Hough - April 2015
    Enjoyable stay, lodge very comfortable and clean.
    Mr Clements - May 2014
    This was a wonderful New Year break for our group of friends and family. Despite the weather, which was atrocious, the house was warm and welcoming with lots of lovely space for everyone to enjoy being together or do their own thing. The kitchen was large and spacious for eating and cooking and the dining room wonderful for the evening meals. The numerous "pantries" did make it a little awkward to find everything for meals. These was plenty of fridge and freezer space together with dish washers and machine and tumble driers. The bedrooms were good although some of the mattresses a little soft for our group. Had to be a little careful that you did not all have baths at the same time as hot would water would run out even though the hot water tank was enormous, hot water quickly returned after a short wait. The house has been beautifully refurbished to a high standard and we enjoyed a very comfortable stay. if the weather had been better we would have explorded a little more the walks from and around the house, especially along the river and canal. The situation is good although in the winter it is a bit remote and might get cut off if there was snow and ice on the single track road to the house. A great stay and we will come back.
    Mr Thompson - December 2012
    We booked Camsky Lodge to celebrate our Golden Anniversary with family and friends. We had a lovely week there. Two of our guests went fishing a couple of days, and two went golfing and some enjoyed sightseeing, and we went up in the gondola, but the most enjoyable event was a ride on the Jacobite Steam Railway, all 16 of us went to Mailag and enjoyed fish and chips for lunch. All this on our special day, we got back in time to change, and have our chef serve us smoked salmon and beef wellington, magic. All in all we had a great week that we will remember for a long time.
    Mr Lothian - September 2012
    Great house,warm and comfortable and well equipped. Stunning views and with good access to a range of activities. Plenty of space for all . We ranged in ages from two to seventy and everyone was happy. Had a great meal at crannog in fort William and also a wonderful boat trip on loch shiel. Excellent walking up glen Nevis and across to fasts fern from glen lochy.
    Ms White - April 2012
    This is a lovely house in a great setting. The front of the house overlooks the river Lochy and the back has views of Ben Nevis. It's a short walk to a nice spot on the river bank where you can have a picnic. There's only one other house close by so it is very quiet and peaceful. The house itself is very well presented and is comfortable and warm. The master bedroom has a four poster bed and a very large en-suite bathroom, all the other bedrooms are large so there was no fighting over who got the best rooms. The only negative comment that we have is that some of the items listed as being in the house (cot and high chair) have to be specifically requested.
    Mr Perrott - June 2011