Holiday House Details
Kinlochewe Lodge
(13 reviews)
From £2,920 per week
Sleeps 18
15 bedrooms
5 doubles, 1 single, 9 twins

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Weekly Rates

From DateTo DateWeekly RateDeposit
Sun 08 Sep 2019Sat 05 Oct 2019£2,920£880
Sun 06 Oct 2019Sat 26 Oct 2019£2,920£880
Sun 27 Oct 2019Fri 20 Dec 2019£2,920£880
Sat 21 Dec 2019Fri 27 Dec 2019£3,495£1,050
Sat 28 Dec 2019Fri 03 Jan 2020£3,995£1,200
Sat 04 Jan 2020Sat 04 Apr 2020£2,920£880
Sun 05 Apr 2020Sat 25 Apr 2020£2,920£880
Sun 26 Apr 2020Sat 23 May 2020£2,920£880
Sun 24 May 2020Sat 30 May 2020£2,995£900
Sun 31 May 2020Sat 20 Jun 2020£2,920£880
Sun 21 Jun 2020Sat 05 Sep 2020£2,995£900
Sun 06 Sep 2020Sat 03 Oct 2020£2,920£880
Sun 04 Oct 2020Sat 24 Oct 2020£2,920£880
Sun 25 Oct 2020Sun 20 Dec 2020£2,920£880
Mon 21 Dec 2020Sun 27 Dec 2020£3,495£1,050
Mon 28 Dec 2020Sun 03 Jan 2021£3,995£1,200


Kinlochewe Lodge is an exceptional sporting lodge sitting in an impressive location on the edge of the Kinlochewe River and enjoying spectacular views over Loch Maree. Guests will be able to escape the fast paced nature of modern life and enjoy a secluded and tranquil break in an area of breathtaking natural beauty. Home to a wide variety of wildlife, including red deer, salmon and magnificent eagles, the area combines rocky mountain peaks with fast following rivers flanked by lush pastures and woodland.

This large holiday house has been traditionally and comfortably furnished and decorated to provide spacious and homely holiday accommodation within a grand setting. Guests can appreciate the magnificent surroundings whilst at the same time take advantage of the ‘home from home’ comforts which the self catering accommodation benefits from. The property is sure to provide an ideal backdrop for an enjoyable and sociable break, whether spent with family or a group of friends, with a mix of formal and informal public areas producing a most conducive atmosphere for socialising.

The well equipped kitchen is simply a delight to use whilst the atmospheric dining room is perfect for evening supper parties. The roaring log fire in the drawing room is sure to be popular to cosy around on cooler evenings, whilst plenty of scope for entertainment is provided at the property itself with a bar, games room with billiard table and grand piano in the music room. Pine martens can be seen from the dining room window. There is a vast assortment of bedrooms to choose from whilst the spacious, deep baths are perfect for relaxing after an active day spent outdoors.

The area surrounding this luxury holiday rental property is abundant in outdoor activities and there are many places of interest to visit. Take in the spectacular views on a gentle walk or for the more daring try to conquer a Munro, with several within easy distance. The property is also ideally situated for sport with fishing available by arrangement between February to October and stalking and a few grouse also available by arrangement in August and the beginning of September.

All in all, Kinlochewe Lodge is an outstanding holiday property in a truly spectacular location.



Ground Floor:
Drawing room, sitting room, dining room, study/music room, TV room, bar, kitchen, scullery, laundry, drying room, games room with full size billiard table, shower room with WC & 2 WHBs and 2 separate WCs.

First Floor:
Master king size bedroom, 2 double bedrooms and 1 super king bedroom, 6 twin bedrooms and 1 single bedroom.

Second Floor:
1 double bedroom and 3 twin bedrooms.

9 main bedrooms have WHB. 4 bathrooms ( all on 1st floor )  with WC and separate WC.

Extra refundable cost: Good Housekeeping Deposit £500


  • Village shop/hotel half mile.
  • Cot
  • Dishwasher
  • Dryer
  • Electric cookers
  • Energy included
  • Freezers
  • Fridges
  • High chair
  • Linen and towels provided
  • Microwave
  • Oil fired 4 oven Aga
  • Open fire
  • Private garden
  • Television
  • Washing machines
  • Waterside location
  • Wi-fi
  • 2 Pets only - £20.00 charge per Week per Pet. Restricted to gun room
  • Reviews

    (13 reviews)
    Kinlochewe Lodge reviews
    Great. What more can I say
    Mr Cornthwaite - May 2019
    Thirteen people in a walking group stayed at Kinlochewe Lodge in early May 2018 having stayed there 5 years ago. It is a perfect location for mountain walkers because it's so near to Torridon. The scenery is so beautiful and dramatic especially if the weather is good. This year we weren't as lucky as the previous two, which were spent elsewhere in the Western Highlands, but still pretty good.The Lodge itself is ideal for our needs and the high pressure hot water is an added bonus for a good bath, and the bedrooms are very spacious. I think the Dining room has to be the most impressive with the oak panelled walls. The Kinlochewe Hotel was very good. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay.
    Mr Byrom - May 2018
    Kinlochewe Lodge is ideally situated for a northwest highland hillwalking week, with a number of gentler tourist attractions nearby for any non-walkers or for the odd day off. The Torridon, Fisherfield, Coulin Forrest, Fannich, Glencarron and Letterewe mountains are on the doorstep ranging from challenging national classics to entertaining afternoon rambles. We had a mix of snow and wall to wall sunshine days in early May which provided great walking. The house is very well maintained and managed by Carol and team. We hadn't realised that public rooms are serviced every day, but the place is kept spotless which encouraged us to stay on top of kitchen order for smooth running. The lodge has a good mix of double and twin bedrooms, comprehensive group catering facilities and equipment, a number of comfortable reception rooms with beautiful views, dining space for the full party, its own bar and snooker rooms. There are a mixture of enormous baths and showers, endless scalding hot water from the biofuel plant, good heating and the fire in the main sitting room cleared and set each day and very good drying and outdoor gear storage facilities. There is plenty or parking, with essentials shops, a nice pub and a café/restaurant a short walk away. Freesat TV is available for weather forecasts and news, WiFi is provided in part of the house (but coverage is not comprehensive due to the size of the house and its thick walls). There is good mobile phone coverage. Possible Improvement Areas: The place is tremendous. We would happily return at similar rates in a future year if none of the following were addressed. We notice improvements (both small and substantial) each time we return (this is our fourth full week visit although the people in our party change over the years). Bedroom door 9 or 10 (the one near stairs down to the TV room) does not close. Our single lady occupant was ok with this, and the rest of the group acted with discretion, but some might not be comfortable with reduced privacy (although this is not a high traffic part of the house). The only night people watched television was the general election night, and she did have to come down and ask for reduced noise as an open door doesn't insulate sound either. A number of the bedrooms have sizeable gaps under the doors. This means that light from one room (eg a person reading late) can spill under nearby doors that can disturb people who need dark to sleep. Suggest fixing this cheaply by putting draft excluders under those doors with sizable gaps? These aren't needed on heating grounds. The tall fridge freezer had a hose missing from the back which caused it to leak liquid onto the kitchen floor (housekeeper made aware of this). Not everyone has an Aga cooker, so some standing guidelines in the kitchen might help other parties (we were lucky to include a couple who do use one). There are conventional cookers in the kitchens, but the AGA really helps when there are 18 to feed. Suggest a second Wifi router in the TV room to provide coverage to the rest of the house. Suggest a few house local guidebooks / pamphlets / a visitor suggestions book. As our club ages, more people still like to come away with the group, but don't mountain walk every day (or in some cases through injury at all). They know about some great local attractions, but would be keen to be given other suggestions. Minor maintenance: One cracked glass pane in internal door from snooker room to downstairs loos/shower room. No lightbulb in one of the loo stalls in this room. One snooker scorer slider has fallen off. Attractions other than the mountains: This area is all about the hills (as is for example obvious from the visit Scotland website where 90% of the 100 attractions listed are either mountains or lower level walks: Several substantial road cycling loops are possible starting and finishing at the lodge, through beautiful mountain and coastal country, on well surfaced roads that aren't too busy, with good cafes on the route for lunch or a tea stop. The sport fishing for trout, pike and salmon nearby is reputed to be good, but our fisherman had no luck on either of his outings! A number of our party enjoyed lunch at the Kishorn Seafood Café either cycling or driving. Garlic scallops on a croissant recommended! The Carron Grill and pottery near Attadale does a good lunch, and the next door gallery, pottery and shop has many attractive and useful items made on the premises. Ullapool is a significant but pretty drive away with a different route available for the return. There are a number of good lunch spots, an outdoor shop, day trips to the summer isles, and three well stocked bookshops for quiet or rainy day reading. Boat trips can be arranged on or over loch maree with the owner of the loch maree hotel. People can either visit the large islands on the loch or be ferried over and back to letterewe estate for easier access to some otherwise very remote mountains.
    Mr Metcalf - May 2015
    15 of us had a wonderful two day break - perfect. a bbq sized to suit 15/20 would be a great addition. the cafe on the torridon road is a great addition to kinlochewe.
    Mr Hinds - April 2015
    Great area for hill walking and scenery among the Torridonian giants. The lodge was warm even in winter, comfortable, and maintained to a good standard. There is plenty of space, and plenty of fuel for the fire in the main sitting room. There are also other sitting rooms, a TV room and a billiard room, as well as a small purpose made bar where we kept beer delivered by the Isle of Skye Brewery Mrs McIver the housekeeper was very helpful and welcoming. Our two lady cooks were very happy with the catering facilities, and the large dining table was more than adequate for our party of 18. Thoroughly recommended
    Mr Wildman - January 2014
    The Kinlochewe Lodge was amazing and so large that there was plenty of space for the 22 of us. I climbed my final munro on my 50th birthday with 26 out of 36 friends from my walking club making it to the top despite the windy weather. We had a celebration dinner at the Ledgowan Lodge that evening and it was perfect just what I had wanted with great food. The shop in Kinlochewe was very helpful and delivered the groceries to the lodge before our arrival. We had a final celebration dinner at the Kinlochewe Hotel on our last night and again the food was great. The Hotel presented me with a certificate and bottle of prosecco for compleating the munros - a perfect end to a perfect holidayand one that will stay in the memories of our walking club.
    Mr Watts - May 2013
    Everyone (19 people) enjoyed their holiday at Kinlochewe Lodge.We were particularly impressed with the dining room with the long table seating everyone! There is so much space in the house, it takes time to find your way round! As a rambling group, the area is ideal for many walks including numerous Munros in the Torridon area,just a short distance away. I would recommend the Kinlochewe Hotel,only 3 mins walk away, for a group meal: they provided an excellent meal for us all, including outstanding sevice. Returning to the Lodge,we appreciated the fact that the cleaner came in every day,which was above and beyond what we expected. All in all, a thoroughly enjoyable week,and I would recommend it to anyone. Thanks very much. Regards, Jim Byrom.
    Mr Byrom - May 2013
    Kinlochewe Lodge is a fantastic place to visit for the people into the outdoor life. Our mixed party of hillwalkers and coffee shoppers found plenty to do in the area. The Torridon trio of Beinn Alligin, Beinn Eighe and Liathach were climbed in good weather compared to what the East coast was experiencing. The facilities in the house are excellent with the exception of the showering facilities. A single shower on the ground floor in an unheated room makes for a less than ideal experience. The baths are very large and our vertically challenged members found them impossible to lie down in as they were shorter than the inside length of the bath. A couple more modern shower enclosures in warm rooms would make it fantastic. The daily visit of the housekeeper or cleaner to hoover and set the lounge fire was unexpected and very much appreciated. Finally if you visit then you must keep your eyes open around dusk for the Pine Martens. They love bread and raspberry jam cut into half inch squares on the grass across the gravel from the dinig room windows. Nice and close to get good views as they are not too botherewd by people watching them. Two were also spotted in full daylight one afternoon - the highlight of a great week.
    Mr Smith - April 2012
    WE loved the house, only possible downside was no ensuites to make it 5*, but it is not a problem when on hol with friends and family. we loved whistle stop cafe in kinlochewe and we found a sea bar in kishorn that was lovely. Gairloch beach is always a favourite spot.
    Mrs Ingram - April 2012
    The house was comfortable and well kept and the housekeeper was very helpful. We were only 14 and fitted in with room to spare.
    Mr Hepburn - June 2011
    This was our second visit to Kinlochewe Lodge and my party had another great week. The weather was not particularly kind to us, but we managed to climb a good selection of the local hills. The Lodge is a very comfortable retreat at the end of a day's hillwalking. The kitchens are very well equipped for large parties of self-caterers. We hope to return some day.
    Mr Edwards - May 2011
    A lovely house with loads of lovely rooms. Fantastic walks right from the door. A very friendly housekeeper who comes in every day to set the fire and do some cleaning. The kitchens are fantastic.
    Mrs Ingman - April 2011
    It's professionally run and a great place to stay. The lodge is well set up and a good place to stay.  I'd love to go back.
    Mr Fenton