The Nitty Gritty
From £900 +VAT per person per night all-inclusive
- Chauffeur driven private transfers from and to Inverness airport
- Accommodation in the historic Lodge featuring 8 bedrooms, three with en-suite facilities, plus two additional bathrooms. And in nearby Stable Cottage with it’s three-suited bedrooms flooded with light and with the Cottage featuring stunning open-plan living and kitchen and greenhouse spaces.
- All meals including traditional Scottish breakfasts, picnic baskets or family-style luncheons, afternoon tea with home-baked cakes, cocktails & served snacks and delicious three-course dinners prepared by the professional in-house chef.
- Beverages including coffee, tea, soft drinks, bespoke house wines and champagnes, whisky’s, spirits and mixers.
- Complimentary Estate activities including: Salmon Fishing (in season) and use of the riverside 4 bedroom Fasnakyle Fishing Bothy. Wild Brown Trout Fishing on Loch Affric (in season), Mountain Biking, Kayaking, Canoeing, Sailing, Hiking, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Rifle Target Shooting, Archery, Walks accompanied by our expert guides, Bird watching, Pony Riding and more…
- Well-equipped Games Room with full-sized snooker table, table tennis & darts, Fitness Room and Cinema Room
- Wifi throughout the Accommodations
- Whisky tasting including enjoying daily drams in the Drinks Room
- A musical turn by our talented local Highland Piper
- Hands-on cooking lessons around the kitchen AGA with the Chef
- Artisanal bathroom amenities by the Highland Soap Company
- Turndown service with a treat
During the course of the past five years The Lodge and all of the Estate has been restored.
Great care has been taken to retain provenance whilst equiping with the usual modern facilities. The Lodge has five principle bedrooms with a further three perfectly comfortable ones as well. Downstairs includes a whisky room, sitting room, dining and reading rooms. Walls of the latter are painted with highland scenes by Sir Edwin Landseer (1802-1873) celebrated artist of his day and whose bronze lions grace Trafalgar Square in London to this day.