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Sleeps - 19
Region - Highlands & Islands
Sporting Salmon Fishing · Stalking · Trout Fishing
Activities Snooker/Billiards · Walking / Hiking
Facilities Snooker / Billiards · Wifi
Features Children Friendly · Dogs Allowed · Self-Catered
Rental From £5250.00 per week
Scardroy Lodge is in a wonderful position at the head of Strathconon and enjoys magnificent views down the glen.
Scardroy Estate forms part of the extensive Strathconon Estate and extends to nearly 83,000 acres. Situated in central Ross-shire, in the Highlands of Scotland, the estate offers a beautiful and varied terrain from open rolling country to a mountainous landscape. The area includes the Estates Strathconon, Scardroy and Ledgowan.
The estate covers large parts of three deep glacial glens, Meig, Bran and Orrin, which are deep and narrow valleys running west to east. The large proportion of the high ground is over 1000 feet and with the high more than 3000 feet above sea level. Strathconon is the longest glen in Scotland stretching for more than 20 miles.
Scardroy Lodge was built as a traditional sporting lodge and is very well equipped throughout. The lodge has been upgraded recently to provide a warm and very comfortable space with all the modern facilities. There’s no mobile phone signal in the glen which helps make for an even more relaxing getaway but Satellite broadband is in place.
Scardroy Lodge sleeps up to 19 guests (13 adults, 6 children) in 8 bedrooms and provides comfortable accommodation over two floors.
The Lodge is provided on a self-catered basis with two hours of housekeeping included in the rental each day.
WiFi is provided throughout the Lodge and provided by Satellite. Guests should be aware that due to the location, connectivity cannot be guaranteed. Guests will be provided with a weekly download limit and GB in excess of this will be chargeable. A landline telephone is always available. All bed linen and towels are included in the rental.
Dogs are welcome, however we ask that they are kept in the boot/ utility room.
The Lodge is available for short breaks, please enquire.
Rates £5250.00 inc VAT per week (November to March) £6000.00 inc VAT per week (April – October) £6450.00 inc VAT per week (Christmas, New Year)
The entrance to Scardroy Lodge is as impressive as you would expect from a beautiful sporting lodge. The hallway boasts a huge open stone fireplace and a stone staircase which leads to the first floor.
On the ground floor, guests can enjoy the formal drawing room with stunning views down the glen and across Loch Beannacharain. The drawing room features an open fireplace and feature turret with magnificent views down the glen. From the drawing room, guests can access a paved terrace at the front of the Lodge.
The ground floor also has a large games and TV room, a smaller TV room, a formal dining room, and a large kitchen with a dining area. The formal dining room can be accessed directly from the entrance hallway through impressive double doors. Up to 12 people can be seated at the table. Beautiful panoramic views are enjoyed down the loch and the glen. There is a smaller TV/sitting room, which was the former library, with a Bang Olufsen flat screen television. Accessed via the dining room or from the hallway.
The entrance hallway also leads to the large dining kitchen, plus the second of the two double bedrooms on the ground floor. The large dining/kitchen is separated in the middle by sliding doors. In addition to the kitchen, there is an impressive commercial catering kitchen, which has a full height fridge and separate freezer. The kitchen has a large gas oven and hot plate, a fryer, grill and microwave. There is a professional dishwasher, and a separate hand basin. The kitchen/dining room table can comfortably seat 8 guests. This side of the kitchen also has a sink, plus large gas Aga cooker. Large pantry cupboard, Nespresso coffee machine, blender and kettle. The Kitchen has an external door opening to the side of the lodge leading to the driveway.
Across the hallway from the kitchen is a separate large pantry with a full height drinks fridge. Next to the kitchen is the second of the two ground floor double bedrooms with en suite bathroom featuring a waterfall shower over the bath.
From the hallway outside the kitchen and bedroom an ornate stone spiral staircase provides another access to the first floor suite bathroom featuring a waterfall shower over the bath. From the hallway outside the kitchen and bedroom an ornate stone spiral staircase provides another access to the first floor.
Next to the smaller TV/sitting room is one of two double bedrooms located on the ground floor. This bedroom also benefits from beautiful views down the glen. There is a large bathroom across the hallway with traditional roll top bath and waterfall shower over the bath.
The large boot room can also be accessed directly from the rear courtyard and has plenty of storage and hanging space. Ideal after a long day out on the hill. The separate utility room has a washing machine, tumble dryer and two pulleys as well as heated shelving units.
The games and TV room has a three quarter size billiard table and card games, and a state of the art Bang Olufsen flat screen television and sound system, both of which can work from Bluetooth.
The first floor of the Lodge is well designed to provide spacious and practical rooms whether large family groups, or for individual couples holidaying in the Lodge. There are six bedrooms on this floor, three of which are en suite. There’s a serperate family bathroom and a shower room.
Taking the stone staircase from the entrance hallway upstairs, across the balcony overlooking the magnificent hallway, guests are led to the master bedroom. This beautiful room features a four poster bed as well as an en suite bathroom. The roll top bath is situated in the turret in the corner of the room to make the most of the stunning views down the glen the perfect way to relax.
The Lodge features two very unique bedrooms created with keen Harry Potter fans in mind both have been designed in typical Hogwarts style. One of the rooms has a bunk bed, with a small double bed on the lower bunk and a single bed on the top bunk. This room also has another special feature a secret passageway to a room with a spy hole down to the entrance hallway and access to a window providing panoramic views from the roof of the Lodge across the glen.
The other Harry Potter themed room has 5 fantastic cabin beds as if straight from the Hogwarts dorm lots of cubbie holes and handy desks for colouring or reading and writing, and other unique features from the famous books. Both rooms are ideal for helping to spark the imagination of younger guests.
A cot and high chair can be provided if required.
Trout and salmon fishing are available on the Rivers Meig and Bran and the on the estate lochs.
Challenging and exciting stalking is available for up to two rifles during the season and the estate use Garrons (ponies) to extract the deer in the traditional way.
There are plenty of opportunities for walking and mountain biking in this remote and picturesque Highland glen. Walks can be enjoyed from the lodge with a number of routes, for both leisurely ambles as well as more strenuous hill walks, enjoying the variety of wildlife along the way.
We ask all guests to be conscious of the local wildlife and nature in the glen, as well as being aware of the stalking season which runs from August to February.
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