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Letterewe Lodge

Letterewe, The Highlands

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Sleeps 19
Bedrooms 10
Bathrooms 5
Change Sun
pets Dogs welcome 2
Downstairs bedroom
Waterside views
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Games / Play facilities
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Four Poster
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Characterful and charming ten bedroom converted lodge
  • Exclusive and secluded location, accessed only by private boat
  • Farmhouse-style kitchen with flagstone flooring and oil-fired Aga
  • Roaring open fires throughout
  • Situated in the Highlands on the very edge of the spectacular Loch Maree
  • Surrounded by miles of what has been described as ‘The Last Wilderness' of Scotland
Property code: CA212

This grand and impressive lodge sits within the Letterewe Estate that stretches over 17,500 hectares and is widely known as ‘The Last Great Wilderness' in Scotland. The location is itself breathtaking, lying at the foot of Mount Siloch where Loch Maree's crystal waters lap against the lodge's private gardens. The estate's boat will transport you and your guests to and from this truly private and unforgettable setting, to experience some of the most stunning scenery and wildlife Scotland has to offer. Exuding with life, character and full of charm, this lodge makes the perfect and personable family getaway.

The sitting room is light and spacious yet has a cosy feel due to its soft furnishings and traditional open fire. Leading off the sitting room is the games room area with a three-quarter size snooker table and open fire. The farmhouse-style kitchen is equipped with modern facilities but keeps traditional elements such as the flagstone flooring and oil Aga. The dining room is distinguished and offers a real social atmosphere for guests to dine in. Also on the ground floor is the utility room, the library with an open fire and a twin bedroom and WC. Situated on the first floor is the master suite with a four-poster double bed and en-suite bathroom, four double bedrooms, two twin bedrooms and one single bedroom. There is also one bathroom and WC, two bathrooms, one shower room and a further separate WC. One further twin bedroom is located in the attic space of the lodge.

Outside, the gardens are stunning with a courtyard and lawns that meet the water's edge. Wherever you chose to sit and enjoy the garden, you will be spoilt with magical views over the loch and surrounding Scottish wilderness.

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.

Read more Code: CA212

  • 10 bedrooms - 5 double bedrooms, 4 twin bedrooms and 1 single bedroom
  • 5 bathrooms - 1 en-suite with bath and WC, 3 bathrooms with bath and WC, 1 shower room and 1 separate WC
  • Washing machine, dryer, dishwasher, microwave, chest freezer, four fridges, gas cooker, 4 oven oil-fired Aga
  • Library with open fire and separate utility room
  • Open fires - all fuel provided
  • TV/DVD
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Courtyard garden and lawns with furniture provided
  • 2 dogs welcome - within restricted areas of the house
  • No parking as only accessed by boat
  • Letterewe is accessible only by estate boat, there is no road access. Very occasionally the loch may be too rough to make the crossing safely. The decision on whether the crossing will be taken is always and solely in the hands of the estate

Situated in the heart of the last great wilderness of Scotland, this is a fabulous base for walkers, nature lovers and anglers. There are thousands of acres to explore, and plenty of opportunities for deer stalking, fly fishing or catching wild brown trout. Climbers and hill walkers can explore some wonderful Munros, with Beinn Eighe (13 miles), Slioch (3.5 miles) and the Torridon Hills (18.5 miles) all nearby. Loch Maree is one of Scotland's most beautiful lochs, known for its rare plants, varied wildlife and for the forty or more islands scattered across the surface. The picturesque coastal village of Gairloch (12.5 miles) has a number of independent shops and great places to eat and drink. Gairloch is also home to a fascinating folk museum, some beautiful sandy beaches and a rocky shoreline – occasionally you may glimpse a whale offshore, or the volcanic peaks of Assynt. You will also be close to the famous Inverewe Gardens (18 miles) – a haven of unusual plant and wildlife with opportunities to see red squirrels, red deer, otters, seals, golden eagles and a stunning array of plants and trees including huge Californian redwoods. Other local attractions include the popular Badachro Distillery (13.5 miles) and the Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve (7 miles).


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Carol Gall

This property is personally managed by Carol.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

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Reviewed by Emmanuel 31st October 2019

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Reviewed by Mrs Mackenzie August 2019

The lodge is located in a fabulous location, accessed by a delightful trip by boat across the loch. The gardens of the lodge are beautifully kept and the lodge itself is full of character. Although it is a large building it feels like a welcoming home and even the adults enjoyed participating in a few games of hide and seek. There is a boiler room Read morewhich is perfect for drying off those wet clothes- important in the North West, particularly if you enjoy the stunning outdoors in the area. We did some hill walking, gorge walking, swimming, paddle boarding and had the weather been a little better, we would also have been rock climbing. Just remember midge net and long sleeves. Hide


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