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Arriving at the Lodge grounds there is ample parking in two driveways for up to five vehicles. The mature gardens are contained within a hedgerow which surrounds the property. A delightful stream runs through the 2 acre gardens. There are outbuildings for storage of bikes, fishing gear and other outdoor equipment.
The old 18th century Croft House forms the primary access to the Lodge and connects at ground level to the 19th century Schoolhouse. The house has its own filtered and purified water supply, and full central heating.
The sitting room is the quiet room in the house, with a large real fireplace and enormous supplies of locally cut wood. Located in the Schoolhouse, it is comfortably furnished with sofas, coffee tables and reading chairs, the cabinet and shelves contain plenty of books and family games. There is a large TV monitor for use with a dvd player, and a library of dvds for all the family.
The large kitchen dining room forms the heart of the lodge and connects the buildings. It is fully equipped with a new range cooker, large fridge freezer and dishwasher. The dining table can comfortably sit up to 12 people. Next door to the kitchen in the Croft House is a utility room with a sink and a washing machine and dryer.
Upstairs in the Schoolhouse are two large double bedrooms, one of which is established as a twin room, with a spare mattress for children and the other has a double sofa bed. On the ground floor of the Croft House is a double bedroom which is suitable for for those with limited mobility. Upstairs are two double bedrooms and a single bedroom. All the bedrooms are comfortably furnished with white linen and towels provided.
Between the bedrooms in the Schoolhouse is a bathroom containing a double ended bath/shower, toilet and sink. Downstairs in the Croft House is a large newly refurbished bathroom with toilet, a double ended bath and walk in shower. Another cloakroom bathroom is also downstairs and contains room for storing coats and boots.
“Amazing Scottish wilderness”
We loved the open fire – especially after a day out on the beautiful hills and Loch.