This is an area of Scotland renowned for its outstanding natural beauty, with rolling, heather clad hills rising up from the River Spey. The Lodge, beautifully renovated 18th century mill conversion, offers exceptionally spacious accommodation and provides an ideal base for those interested in fishing, stalking and other fieldsports. It is also the perfect choice for those seeking a quiet, relaxing holiday in a superb location and for family gatherings for celebratory get-togethers.
Utility-room, Kitchen/diner, Lounge, 3 En-suite bedrooms, Cloakroom/w.c.
There are two large sofa-beds for extra guests.
Central heating throughout, Satellite TV, Wifi, CD, DVD, Logburner, Dishwasher, Fridge, Deep-freeze, Microwave, Washing machine, Tumble dryer, Garden furniture, Barbeque, Parking, Kennels (only for dogs accustomed to outside housing). Services available: Part / full catering, Daily housekeeping.
Children under 10yrs may be accepted by prior arrangement
Dogs may be accepted by prior arrangement
Weiroch Lodge (open all year) is available for:
Self-catered lets- with optional meals service if required
Bed and breakfast guests
Full hospitality stays for parties of up to 8
Sporting/recreational activities can be pre-arranged to suit your requirements
Fishing, Deerstalking, Shooting, Golfing, Skiing/snowboarding, Walking, Mountain biking, Watersports, Wildlife, Birdwatching, Dolphin watching, Hill-climbing, Touring.
Local attractions: Speyside Way long distance path (access adjacent to Weiroch), Cairngorm National Park, Ballindalloch Castle, Cairngorm Safari Tours, Osprey Centre, Whisky distilleries, Whisky Festivals and Highland Games in summer
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