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Letterewe Lodge

| Letterewe, The Highlands
19
10
5
Dogs allowed 2
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Family friendly
Beach houses
Castles
1 more

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

Overlooking the beautiful Loch Maree lies this marvellous hidden gem of a lodge, accessed only by private boat. It's peaceful and secluded with just the estate''s wildlife for company.

No road access means that this sprawling lodge on the shores of Loch Maree can only be reached by an estate boat, which will ferry you over the water. With the loch on one side, and the hills and slope of Slioch mountain on the other, this is a true highland hideaway. Up to 19 guests can be comfortably accommodated here, sleeping across ten bedrooms. The estate itself covers miles of countryside, so you can explore at your leisure and return to roaring fires. For a private and personal get together, the lodge is in the perfect location.

Spacious and stylish inside, the lodge includes features such as flagstone flooring, wood panelling, and antique finishing touches. The soft furnishings complement the furniture, adding touches of colour in rich and vibrant tones. Luxurious and yet homely, it has a timeless charm. Settle into your Scottish lodge with a delicious home-cooked meal, prepared in the rustic farmhouse kitchen. Well-equipped, it has four fridges and a four-oven Aga so you’ll never be short of space, and a table for light snacks and lazy breakfasts. Tuck into your dinner in the stunning dining room - the wood-panelled walls and ceiling, as well as an open fire, set the tone for a formal or celebratory meal. Afterwards, carry your drinks through to the sitting room. While half the party curls up on the sofas gathered round the fire, the rest can be through in the adjoining games area, competing for dominance of the 3/4 -size snooker table. If you’re after some additional peace and solitude with a good book, or if younger guests want their own space for the evening, the cosy library has an open fire and is well-stocked with books. As the night draws to a close, get ahead and seek out your ideal bedroom. There’s one twin bedroom on the ground floor, while the other nine bedrooms are all on the first floor. Wake refreshed to loch or garden views. Outside there is a courtyard garden plus lawns, and you can take your morning coffee down to the jetty for a breath of fresh clean air to start your day.

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.

  • 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

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 2 guest ratings

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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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