During the past ten years the Lodge and Estate have been restored or rebuilt.
Great care has been taken to retain provenance whilst ensuring the usual modern comforts are provided.
The Lodge has eight luxe bedrooms and five bathrooms, each with its own individual character and charm.
Downstairs evokes the spirit of the Victorian past with a whisky room, wine cave, sitting room, dining and reading rooms. The latter is painted with highland scenes by the celebrated British artist Sir Edwin Landseer (1802-1873) whose bronze lions continue to grace Trafalgar Square in London and whose picture "Monarch of the Glen" has recently visited Inverness on exhibition.