The lodges sleep between 2 to 4 people in double or twin bedrooms. Each is sited to make the most of both mountain and sea views.
- The generous living space with its large sliding glass doors provide you with spectacular views over the mountains and sea loch. For those who love to breathe in the fresh country air, the raised deck is the ideal resting place after a day of adventuring and the perfect space to absorb the stunning sunset or gaze at the starry night. The lodges are full of work from artists and photographers whose passion is the outdoors. Feel at home with the fresh vibrant, wall colours merged with woven and knitted textiles giving a warm, snug feel to your stay.
- The kitchen is equipped with electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, electric kettle, toaster and cooking utensils. All lodges have washing machines, with the exception of Cawthorn Lodge and The wee hideout. These are being fitted at the end of the season. However if you wish to have a holiday from cooking, we can recommend a range of outstanding nearby places for lunch, dinner or coffee. Stalkers hut has just had a makeover – and has a stunning kitchen, with granite worktops and built in appliances. This is the ideal lodge for up to 3 friends to enjoy a hideaway in their own unique cabin.
- There are double and twin bedrooms, with built-in wardrobes, providing sleeping space for up to four persons. We now have kingsize beds in all lodges. Twin Peaks has a extra large bedroom and is only available for three.
- There is a fully tiled bathroom with wash basin, toilet and bath with shower, although in 2018 some will have large walk-in showers and no bath.
- The lodges are let with full bed linen and all beds have duvets.
- Guests should bring their own personal towels, although they are available for £4 per person
- Electricity is charged by meter reading, average weekly cost is £15.
- Parking is available next to your lodge
- Wifi is available free outside Lodge 2 for email connection and web browsing.
Please bear with us… we do not have the city speeds of broadband; you may even find the constant interruptions of technology a welcome escape.