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Meall Mor Lodge

Alness, The Highlands

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Sleeps 20
Bedrooms 10
Bathrooms 10
Change Sun
pets Dogs welcome 4
grade 4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Games / Play facilities
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Party houses
Towels included
Travel cot available
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At a glance

  • Large, beautifully decorated stone-built Highland Lodge delightfully furnished with period furniture
  • Sits with the 19,000 acre ground of Kildermorie Estate, with combine exquisite scenery with peace and quiet, delightful walks straight from the doorstep.
  • Fast, unlimited Wifi plus charging available of Hybrid/electric vehicles.

 

 

Property code: CA233

Find peace and seclusion in this traditional Scottish lodge at the heart of the vast and magnificent Kildermorie Estate, perfect for getting large groups together.

Due the Scottish Governments rules on single households we are now offering one wing of the lodge at a reduced rent as advertised. Guests can book 4 or 6 bedrooms all ensuite.

Accommodating up to 20 guests, across ten bedrooms, this property really takes you off the beaten track – you’re provided with your own phone booth however, in case you need to get in contact with the outside world. It’s perfect for an intimate celebration or long-awaited reunion, where your time away is all about enjoying each other’s company. Pack your books and favourite board games and come prepared with your shopping if you intend to stay in, as you’ll need to drive 13 miles to the town of Alness to pick up some more. Here, 1 mile from the shores of Loch Morie, you’re in the true midst of the remote Highlands. 

Inside, the stunning interiors have a timeless charm, and have been thoughtfully decorated to retain a traditional elegance. In the living areas of the house, period furniture, ornately patterned rugs, and classic art and ornaments hanging on the walls give the entire property a luxurious yet homely feel. While coats and any damp clothes can be put away in the drying room, you can be removing your shoes ready to relax for the evening, in the spacious entrance hall complete with a granite fireplace and deep armchairs. Whoever is looking after the cooking during your stay, whether the group is taking it in turns or you’ve opted for the week to be fully catered, will be extremely pleased with the kitchen, where the commercial gas cooker and ovens will have no trouble dishing out a hearty dinner for everyone. Eat in the atmospheric dining room, hung with tapestries, below medieval-esque chandeliers at the long wooden table, then retire upstairs to the large open-plan sitting room. This is the heart of the house where you will gather every evening around the open fire. Lounge on the sofas, challenge each other over games, and play a tune on the piano. Finish with a hot drink or tipple of choice, and head to one of the pretty bedrooms which are spread across the ground and first floors. All have en-suite facilities, so you can soak in a hot bath or shower at your leisure before rolling into bed.

Read more Code: CA233

  • 10 bedrooms – 5 double bedrooms and 5 twin bedrooms
  • 10 en-suite bathrooms
  • 2 separate ground-floor WCs
  • Available fully catered or self-catered, including a daily maid service
  • Commercial gas cooker and ovens, fridge/freezers, large grills, microwave, dishwasher
  • Washing machine and tumble dryer
  • Luxury toiletries provided
  • Cot available
  • Open fire (logs included)
  • Payphone
  • Unlimited Supfast Wifi
  • South facing courtyard
  • Gas BBQ
  • Ample private parking
  • Charging available for Hybrid/electric vehicles
  • Private spring water supply
  • 4 pets welcome, however please note that pets are strictly not allowed in the property. Heated kennels are provided
  • Additional dogs by arrangement and normal charge
  • Fishing on 6 lochs from boat or bank is included, as well as bank fishing/wading on 1 mile of salmon river
  • Any additional activities offered by the Estate will be at an extra cost - to be arranged directly
  • Newly constructed games room with internal link from Meall Mor Lodge available with seating area, Bluetooth jukebox, bar, pool table, table tennis, football table and darts
  • Please note the Games Pavilion is available from 10am on the first full day of tenancy until 2pm on the last full day of the tenancy

     

  • Arrival: 17:00 onwards
  • Departure: before 10:00 unless otherwise stated in your arrival details
  • 4 dogs allowed. 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

The surrounding countryside boasts a typically Scottish landscape, featuring vast lochs and rugged moors. During your travels, be sure to keep a keen eye out for the local wildlife that you might not see too often in your day-to-day life, including otters, osprey, falcons, and red, roe or sika deer. Wander the winding country road down to Loch Morie, which is about 1 mile away. Permission to fish from either bank or boat is included with the property, so be sure to fish for resident brown trout here. If you visit out of shooting season, you can still practise your shot with a trip to a nearby clay pigeon club, 14.5 miles away.

 

If golf is your preferred sport, then make your way to local town of Alness (12.5) for a large golf course. Here you can find a local pub for a post-game Scotch, or a fish and chip shop for collecting food and returning home. If Scottish whisky is your drink, then be sure to book a tour and tasting at the local distillery (14 miles).

 

It's no surprise that this property is ideally suited for those looking for an outdoor break, however it is incidentally also handy for getting to the Scottish city of Inverness by car (31 miles). Here you'll find restaurants, bars and a performing arts centre that are worth visiting before your visit comes to an end.

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Fiona MacDonald

This property is personally managed by Fiona.

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

From guests that have stayed at the property.

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Reviewed by Hannah 10th April 2022

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This property is sensational, the only word for it. Not only visually stunning but IMMACULATE. the standard of cleanliness was the best of any property we have rented. The WiFi is fantastic so the kids could stream their TV shows etc. The kitchen is so well appointed, the equipment amazing, and Magda kindly showed us how everything worked, she is aRead more GEM!! We stayed as 4 families all with kids, and we didn't really need to leave the Estate. There is so much beauty. It's wonderfully isolated. Hide

Reviewed by Alistair 19th November 2021

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Reviewed by Lucy 1st August 2021

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have given some feedback to the housekeeper already. We had a wonderful week at Meall Mor Lodge.

Reviewed by Rachel 30th May 2021

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Stunning, remote location and a wonderful, clean, spacious house full of character with all the facilities you could want. The drive to the lodge is a good 20 mins from road but worth it for the views - and with a 4x4 ideally! Plenty of wildlife and walks, fishing, clay pigeon shooting, swimming in loch. The estate team are so helpful and friendly Read more- they are a real plus for the holiday. Hide

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