Wardlaw House,300 years old, B Listed and former Manse offers a wealth of preserved Georgian features. Historically connected with the ‘Outlander Series’ and within walking distance of Simon Lord Lovat (The Old Fox) final resting place.
A warm welcome awaits you at Wardlaw House. Privately set in 1.4 acres of mature grounds Wardlaw House, a former Manse offers a great contrast to the bustle of daily life aiding our visitors to relax, unwind, restore and recharge. Following a day of taking in the fresh Scottish air we invite you to relax in the private garden in the warmer months watching and listening to nature at its best. In the colder weather kick off your shoes and snuggle in beside the warmth of the wood burner in the lounge. Take a small dram if you choose or simply relax with a book or reflect on your day and enjoy planning the next.
With absolutely no bright lights nature is undisturbed and in abundance with wild deer, birds of prey on the doorstep.
Attractions to name a few:
There are many local historic attractions nearby which include Culloden Battlefield, Cawdor Castle, Dunrobin Castle, Urquhart Castle, and The Black Isle where you have an opportunity to view the dolphins naturally at play. There are many distilleries and Loch Ness is within easy access. The small town of Beauly is located just a few miles away where you can learn about the Lovat Scouts and also view Beauly Abbey where Mary Queen Of Scots resided, and so, so much more.
Accommodation Sleeps 6
The Doric Portico invites you into the tastefully restored reception area with ornate panelling and cornicing and staircase leading to the first floor. A great first footing to a warm welcome. To the right is the former Drawing Room, a large comfortable space serving as both sitting room and diner, with a wood burning stove and large bay window looking across the front lawn.
A well-equipped modern day kitchen with all essentials.
A WC with hand washbasin.
1 x Family Room (1 x Double Bed +1 x Single Bed) A spacious room with duel aspect overlooking the front and side lawns.
1 x Double A spacious and comfortable room with four poster bed. The room has duel aspect overlooking the front lawn and views across to the Beauly Firth.
1 x Single Centrally positioned over the Doric Portico and overlooking the front lawn.
Bathroom A opulent room where modern and period features complement one another beautifully. A modern walk in rain forest shower with a secondary hand held shower head and slate floor. A fully restored free standing deep roll top bath dated to be around 120-130 years of age. A porcelain WC and wash hand basin which has an illuminated and demist function mirror above with shaver point close by.
Outdoor seating and BBQ
Private Guest parking for up to 3 vehicles
We operate a strictly NO SMOKING and NO PETS policy.
Minimum 3 nights stay from £645.00 for 2 people
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