Sitting in the Great Glen, this holiday house is a walker or mountain biker's haven, with direct access onto the legendary Corrieyairack Pass which rises to a height of 2,500 feet.
This is an impressive Victorian shooting lodge, with mountain backdrop, within a 35,000 acre sporting estate. This traditionally decorated holiday house is the perfect location for outdoor enthusiasts, from fisher to hiker, who wish to explore the hills and glens of Scotland.
Once you reach the Laggan village stores, then it is a further 5 miles up the tarred glen road, which leads to the lodge, which is surrounded by deer fencing to keep the deer out of the grounds around the house. On entering, there is a large reception hall with impressive feature pitch pine staircase. The elegant drawing room with open fire is a large traditionally decorated room with large bay windows to enjoy the views to the front. The dining room is equally large and ideal for entertaining all 15 of your guests at the dining table in front of a warming open fire. Meals are prepared in the spacious working kitchen, whilst additional entertainment can be found in the gun room, which houses a table tennis table. The accommodation is on the two floors above and there are two double rooms, four twin rooms, three single room, three bathrooms and two shower rooms. With plenty of parking available, the grounds are fenced-off and consist of lawns and mixed woodlands. Next door is the occupied gamekeeper's cottage, which has access to the shared drive. Beyond, is the open moor with private estate road. This is a great location to get a group of people together and to spend quality time enjoying the house and grounds.
WHAT TO DO IN THE AREAThis is "Monarch of the Glen" country, famous for its fine scenery and shinty. For those wishing to watch shinty, then games can be seen at the Eilan in Newtonmore. The Laggan Wolftrax centre is perfect for mountain biking. For golfers there are excellent golf course in Newtonmore and Kingussie. The funicular railway is a superb way to enjoy the Cairngorms and in winter, there is fine skiing available. For activities, there are many outdoor centres or activity companies, from clay-pigeon shooting to rafting. The river Spey is nearby and permits are available locally for salmon and trout fishing. Dalwhinnie Distillery, is a must for all whisky enthusiasts. For shopping, there is the internationally renowned House of Bruar.