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  • At a Glance
  • Facilities
  • Accommodation

    • Sleeps 19 (18 adults + 1 children)
    • Sleeps 1 infant
    • 10 bedrooms
    • 5 bath / shower rooms

    Your holiday home

    • £2,525 - £4,200 per week
    • Security Deposit £500 (refundable)
    • Saturday changeover
    • 4:00 PM check in
    • 10:00 AM check out
    • 2 pets welcome (£20 pppw)
    • No smoking
    • Property rating: 4
    • Facilities

      • Freezer
      • Washing machine
      • Central heating (oil fired)
      • High chair
      • Wifi
      • Microwave
      • CD player
      • DVD player
      • Enclosed garden
    • Features

      • Aga
      • Water views
      • Games Room
      • Sauna


Stay at this wonderful west coast holiday house and enjoy stunning views down the glen over the glistening sea loch and beyond to the Isle of Skye.

This popular holiday home is to be found in the north west of Scotland, situated in its own 5,000 acre estate, with outstanding south facing loch-side views. Built in 1927 as a traditional shooting lodge, the main house accommodated family and friends whilst the rear section was allocated to staff. Today, the whole house is available as a large holiday house, set-up in a comfortable and practical way, making it your home-from home whilst on holiday.

Within you will discover a bright airy hallway with feature pitch pine staircase, with all the main reception rooms leading from here. There are two large sitting rooms, both with wood burning stoves and ideal to split adults in one and children in the other as a games room/sitting room, with folding pool table and table tennis table available. The dining room seats up to 18 people, and is located by a galley kitchen, with the country style kitchen to the rear of the house. All the accommodation can be found on the floors above, with a selection of 10 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, making this ideal to sleep up to 18 people. The expansive grounds are great for adults and children (plus 2 dogs) to relax in, whilst hill climbing can start from the garden. This is a pet friendly holiday house in Scotland that is ideal for family holidays for a week in the summer, and get-togethers and activity-minded breaks away in the quieter months.

  • Living
  • Beds & Baths
  • Grounds
  • Please note
  • Reception Rooms
    There are two big sitting rooms to the front of the house, with one being a sitting room proper and the other being a multi-purpose room. The main sitting room, the “Smoking room”, with its wood-burning stove and comfortable leather sofas and armchairs, is perfect for the group to gather and relax before (and after) dinner. The other room, the “Long room” is a sitting room that can be turned into a games room, with a table tennis table and pool table. A wood-burning stove is also available in this room, along with the comfortable sofas and chairs, with the addition of a TV. Whilst there is no TV reception, a TV is provided with a DVD player and DVDs. These rooms are well furnished with the emphasis on practical comfort rather than being grand and precious. You know you are in a classic 1920’s house, but you know it is geared up for the rough and tumble of it being a holiday house. Furthermore after a day out on the hill or touring, it will be a race upstairs to see who gets into the sauna first, to relax even further.

    Kitchen & Dining 
    The kitchen is located to the rear of the house and is in two sections. Firstly there is the breakfast room with dining table that can seat 8 people, and then there is the recently renovated kitchen section, with a well equipped kitchen space, with a 4-oven oil fired AGA and 2-oven electric AGA with ceramic hob. Next door is a large walk-in larder, with the utility room beyond with a washing machine and a chest freezer. Additionally there is a butler’s pantry, with sinks and dishwashers, which leads to the dining room, which is located at the entrance to the house. This is a more formal room with a long dining table that seats 16 - 18 people. An unusual feature in amongst the fine pictures on the wall, are the original controls for the Hydro-Electric power supply which supplied the house when it was built, which have been retained for posterity in situ.

  • Accommodation is provided for a group of 18 adults in 10 bedrooms, with 5 bathrooms, as follows:

    • 1 Single Bedroom/s With Shared Bathroom
    • 5 Double Bedroom/s With Shared Bathroom
    • 2 Twin Bedroom/s With Shared Bathroom
    • 2 Double Room/s With Ensuite Bathroom
    • One Z-bed Can Be Placed In A Larger Bedroom
    First Floor 

    Main house section (Front bedrooms)
    Master bedroom, with super king size double bed, with sofa and front view, with en-suite bathroom, with bath with shower over, w.c and wash hand basin
    Bed 1 King size double, with en-suite bathroom, with bath with shower over, w.c and wash hand basin
    Bed 2 King size double and wash hand basin with front view
    Bed 3 Twin bedroom, with two single beds and front view
    Bed 4 Double, with wash hand basin 
    Bed 5 King size double bed, with front view; bathroom, with bath with shower over, w.c and wash hand basin

    Rear of the house (former staff quarters) 
    Bed 6 Twin bedroom, with two single beds; bathroom, with bath with shower over and wash hand basin, with sauna room 
    Bed 7 Double; w.c with w.c only 
    Bed 8  Single; steps 
    Bed 9 Double; bathroom, with bath with shower over, w.c and wash hand basin

  • Situated within 5,000 acres of estate, in Wester Ross, in the North West of Scotland, this area of Scotland has been referred to as one of the top five places to visit in the whole of the UK, by the “Lonely Planet” Guide. A separate holiday letting 1-room studio flat backs onto the rear of the parking area, which can be added (if available) to the holiday house if your numbers increase. Please speak to the office for more details.

    The region is known for its magnificent scenery, with hills and lochs, open space and sandy beaches, and the “NorthCoast 500” route is only a few minutes’ drive away. There is first class hill walking, with 9 Munro’s in the area, including Beinn Eighe and Maol Chean-Dearg. Water activities can be arranged at Loch Carron with sea fishing and kayaking. The Applecross area is a delight for remote walks and sandy beaches. Strome Castle and Plockton are nearby, with the renowned Eilean Donan Castle beyond. Day trips to the Isle of Skye can be arranged from here. For golfers, there is a 9-hole golf course at Loch Carron. Please note that the private drive is shared with a Fish Farm.

    Stag and Hen bookings, may not book this property, unless discussed in advance for approval. Neither the Owner nor the Agent will accept any liability should a booking be confirmed as a consequence of non-disclosure of the above which may later result in a booking cancellation by the Owner. For more information on this matter please speak to a member of our staff.

    Please note that whilst Internet connection is available - it is not fast and it is not suitable for large data downloads. Coverage can also be variable in strength and reliability.

    There is a private water supply at this property, which is checked and approved on an annual basis by the local authority.

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Ross and Cromarty
Nearest shop
7.5 miles
Nearest supermarket
31 miles
Nearest pub
7 miles
Train Stations
Nearest Train Station
Attadale 6 miles
Stromeferry 6 miles
Strathcarron 7 miles


Stunning Highlands backdrop
The entrance door is on the east side of the building
There is plenty of room for large groups to spread out here
The \'Smoking room\' is the large comfortable sitting room
A warm welcome awaits at this highland holiday home
The \'Long room\' is also a sitting room with pool and table tennis available
There is plenty of cooking space in the well equipped kitchen
The breakfast area seats up to eight
The original Hydro Electric controls are always a talking point
The large and elegant dining room is fit for any banquet
Discuss the activities of the day over a glass of red
The bedrooms are all named and can be allocated in advance
The fine pitch pine staircase leads you to the accommodation above
The \'Master room\' with views across the loch
En-suite bathroom for the \'Master room\'
\'Front 1\' bedroom with views to the west
En-suite bathroom to \'Front 1\' bedroom
This stunning view comes with the \'Front 1\' bedroom
\'Front 2\' bedroom with views across the loch
Shared bathroom in the front section of the house
\'Front 3\' bedroom with views across the loch
\'Front 5\' bedroom with views to the east
\'Front 4\' bedroom with views to the east
\'Back 2\' bedroom with views to the west
Shared bathroom in the back section of the house
\'Back 4\' bedroom with views to the east
A sauna is available after a long day\'s walking in the hills
The holiday house is bigger than you think it is
The beautiful rural setting becomes addictive
An aerial view
You can enjoy the views in comfort when the sun shines
Looking south across the moor to Loch Kishorn
The neighbours can be shy but worth catching up with
There is easy access in and out of the house with this shared drive
Why not sample some of the local produce
With this view across Loch Kishorn it will be hard to leave.
Lochcarron is the nearest village
Lochcarron golf course
The West Coast Line stops at Strathcarron
This scenic road is part of the North Coast 500 route


03 May 2019
Rated 5 out of 5

I felt it was as good as staying in a very well appointed hotel well north in the highlands, but without the bother of fixed meals and staff getting in the way [the person "on site" was, however, great at being there when needed when we got puzzled on protocols].

The owner will be delighted to hear you liken her property to a well-appointed hotel. Thank you for sparing the time to provide some feedback, it's helpful for future groups to get a feel for the experience they're likely to have. Hopefully, we can tempt you back another time!

I would recommend SCH to anyone. Helping to organise a large family can be like herding cats, so there were quite a few phone calls to SCH, all of which were handled incredibly well, much appreciated. The same professionalism extended to the person on site, who was really helpful.

Really pleased you found our service helpful. It can be quite daunting organising a group holiday so we do try to give as much support as needed. We always think the group booker should get some sort of accoldate for their efforts, as you say organsing multiple families can be like herding cats! When you're ready to face the next group holiday we'd love to help again!

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