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Sleeps - 20
Region - Highlands & Islands
Sporting Mixed sporting · Salmon Fishing · Shooting · Stalking · Trout Fishing · Walked-up grouse
Activities Boats · Walking / Hiking
Features Children Friendly · Dogs Allowed · Self-Catered
Rental From £2,500 per week
Nestling below a wooded hill above a curve of the Alness river, Meall Mor Lodge lies at the heart of the 19,000 acre Kildermorie Estate, acknowledged as one of the finest all-round sporting estates in Ross-shire ; an area renowned for its wildlife and magnificent scenery. It offers privacy and seclusion, yet is under an hour from the City of Inverness.
The spacious lodge makes the ideal base for a family holiday, sporting group, or to celebrate a special event. It offers comfortable centrally-heated accommodation for up to 20, furnished throughout with period furniture (including a grand piano) and a features a cook’s delight of a modern kitchen. Birch logs are provided for the welcoming open fires in both the upstairs and downstairs receptions rooms. There is a secure gun room, with individual steel cabinets, a large drying/boot room and a “sun-trap” of a south-facing courtyard.
The lodge is let on a self-catered basis but excellent cooks can be recommended. Towels, linen, toiletries are provided by the housekeeper, who also oversees the daily maid service.
The 10 bedrooms, each with its own en-suite bathroom are provided with endless, instant hot water. Five of the suites are doubles and five are twins, of which one is handicapped-equipped and located adjacent to a suite ideal for a carer.
If additional accommodation is required there are two delightful centrally-heated and well-equipped cottages available to rent close by the lodge. April Cottage sleeps 2 adults plus 2 children (bunk beds). May Cottage sleeps 2 (double or twin). Ideal for guests who like a little extra privacy or for staff.
Set in the natural territory of red, sika and roe deer, eagle, osprey and falcon plus pine marten and otter, the lodge offers easy strolls through woodland, around lochs and across heather-clad hills to more serious outings onto high ground. There is fishing for trout and salmon on the estate’s six lochs (boats provided) and for salmon on a prime beat of the lower River Alness for 4 rods, (averaging 50 salmon per annum), clay pigeon shooting and limited shooting for red grouse over estate pointers and ptarmigan on the higher ground. The estate features first-class red deer stalking, for novice and expert on two beats, both shootable in any wind, plus sika stalking in the forest areas.
Lodge for up to 20.
Housekeeping service, linen, towels and luxury toiletries are included.
Dogs Dogs, whilst welcome, are not allowed in the lodge at any time, but are housed in estate kennels, each having its own run. The Kildermorie Estate kennels are only available by prior arrangement and there is a charge per dog of £15.
Rental Low season from £2,500 per week. High season from £6,000 per week.
Meall Mor Lodge can accommodate up to 20 guests in ten bedrooms all with their own bathrooms. The estate offers the sporting tenant salmon fishing, walked-up grouse over the estate pointers and tradtional deer stalking with garrons used to retrieve the stags. Loch Morie and the estate hill lochs provides excellent brown trout fishing.
5 x double en suite bedrooms
5 x twin en suite bedrooms
One of the bedrooms is handicapped-equipped and located adjacent to a suite ideal for a carer.
A fully equipped kitchen serves a large dining room complemented by two sitting rooms with log fires and central heating. There is also a large drying/boot room and a secure gun room with separate steel cabinets.
Housekeeping service, linen, towels and toiletries are included.
Wireless broadband is available at Meall Mor Lodge.
If additional accommodation is required there are two well-equipped cottages available to rent close by the lodge.
April Cottage sleeps 2 adults plus 2 children (bunk beds). May Cottage sleeps 2 (double or twin). Ideal for guests who like a little extra privacy or for staff.
Dogs, whilst welcome, are not allowed in the lodge at any time, but are housed in estate kennels, each having its own run. The Kildermorie Estate kennels are only available by prior arrangement and there is a charge per dog of £15.
The 19,000 acre Kildermorie Estate lies in the heart of Ross-shire, renowned for its magnificent scenery and exciting mixed sporting. The Estate, remote and secluded, is only 30 miles by road from Inverness.
Stalking Kildermorie is a well-known deer forest, with the ground rising from 300 to 2,750 feet naturally forming two beats for red deer which can be stalked in any wind. Traditional garrons are used, where practicable, for bringing beasts off the hill to what is reputedly one of the best deer larders in Scotland. The Estate also offers exciting stalking for sika deer in the forested areas, plus roe deer in the rides and on the lawns of the ground it controls at Baledigle in Sutherland.
Fishing Fishing is available on Loch Morie and on the beats of the Glasa River, a spate river forming the upper watershed of the River Alness. Loch Morie, which is over two miles long, provides wild brown trout, arctic char and the occasional salmon and ferox trout. There are two boats (with engines) available on Loch Morie, plus fishing for wild brown trout on six other trout lochs/lochan, four of which have boats. Fishing is only from boat or bank (there is no wading). There is also fly fishing for salmon (4 rods) on a prime beat of the lower River Alness, (averaging 50 salmon per annum).
Shooting Grouse shooting over the Estate’s pointers can be supplemented by a maraud at ptarmigan on Carn Chuinneag for the more adventurous. Clay pigeon shooting is available and is popular with guests from complete novices to experienced guns looking to ‘get their eye in’.
The Sport Excellent red and sika deer stalking Trout and salmon fishing Walked-up grouse over estate pointers Automated clay pigeon shooting on the estate Roe stalking also available
Local Activities Meall Mor Lodge makes an ideal base for exploring this part of the Highlands :- Inverness ( “Capital of the Highlands” ), with its shopping, cathedral, and proximity to Loch Ness, the Culloden battlefield and the Cairngorms National Park.
Golf at Royal Dornoch, Nairn and Skibo Castle. Castles at Cawdor, Dunrobin and Urquhart.
Sea fishing, dolphin and seal watching, beaches, Shin Falls, distilleries etc
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