This is an inspiring example of a luxury Scottish lodge. One of a pair of great quality – available to book singly or together, for a friendly get-together in the Highlands.
Set on a large Highland estate, this modern, purpose built lodge boasts stunning views across the river Dee and offers a luxurious retreat in the perfect location for exploring this untamed wilderness. With a mountainous backdrop, this beautifully furbished property is popular with outdoor enthusiasts, from anglers to keen ramblers. Bookings can be for weekly rentals, weekends Friday – Monday or for mid-week options Monday – Friday.
Although recently built, this modern lodge retains many traditional features, providing unique style and charm. The luxuriously decorated drawing room offers the perfect place for evening entertainment with a large open fire. The kitchen is well suited to preparing evening feasts which can be enjoyed in the wood panelled dining room. The elegantly furbished bedrooms are warm and comfortable, all with en suite facilities. All the rooms are at ground level, making this more suitable for the less mobile. It can be booked separately for up to 8 people or combined with the nearby lodge to accommodate up to 18 people for a larger house party. It is ideal for family holidays for those wishing to enjoy the rugged beauty of the mountains.
WHAT TO DO IN THE AREA
Royal Deeside is famous around the world as the traditional holiday destination for the British Royal family, with Balmoral Castle and the church at Crathie being popular with visitors who wish to "Royal watch". However, there is so much to explore in this area if you are a tourist, with Braemar and Ballater, being the focal points. A trip to Royal Lochnagar Distillery and the many castles such as Braemar Castle and Corgarff Castle. For those wishing to fish, there is the river Dee within sight. For golfers there are some charming local golf courses including Braemar and Aboyne. But this area is most well known for the magnificent mountains and those wishing to go walking and climbing, then the Cairngorm mountain range starts here.