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Sleeps - 14
Region - Highlands & Islands
Sporting Shooting · Stalking · Trout Fishing
Activities Boats · Snooker/Billiards · Walking / Hiking
Facilities Snooker / Billiards · Wifi
Features Children Friendly · Dogs Allowed · Self-Catered
Rental From £5,000 per week
Loch Assynt Lodge is a large Victorian hunting lodge located in the beautiful landscape of Loch Assynt in Sutherland, Scotland.
Originally built in 1870, it is now a family home and available for limited ‘exclusive use’ rentals throughout the season. It still has the original charcoal wall sketches depicting early fishing and stalking scenes from the estate.
The lodge features a spacious drawing room and a large dining room with seating for up to 14 guests – both with superb views of Loch Assynt.
There is a boat with outboard moored on Loch Assynt and a boat on one of the hill lochs.
Whether it’s for stalking, shooting, fishing, or walking, deserted white beaches or snow capped mountains you will enjoy the stunning sport and scenery of North West Sutherland and experience first hand one of the last truly wild and magnificent places left in Britain.
Rentals From £5,000 per week on a self-catered basis
Loch Assynt Lodge commands an enviable view across the north shores of Loch Assynt one of Scotland’s ultimate trout lochs.
There is a large drawing room and dining room which comfortably seats up to 14 guests – both with superb views of the Loch. There is also a large kitchen with Aga and gas cooker, a study and games room.
There are eight large bedrooms and three bathrooms furnished to the highest standard. The rooms comprise of five doubles, two twins and a four berth bunk bed.
A cook or a housekeeper can be arranged if required. Wifi is available. Mobile phone coverage is very limited.
Loch Assynt Lodge Estate is ideal for traditional country pursuits such as stalking, shooting and fishing. It is situated on the north shores of Loch Assynt one of Scotland’s best trout lochs.
There is a boat with an outboard moored on Loch Assynt and a boat on one of the twelve hill lochs.
Loch Assynt Lodge Estate has a long tradition of deer stalking as shown by the lodge’s unique historic feature of charcoal wall sketches depicting early fishing and stalking scenes from the estate.
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