+44 131 476 6500 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sleeps - 6
Region - Royal Deeside & Morayshire
Sporting Mixed sporting · Personal ghillie · Salmon Fishing · Shooting · Stalking · Trout Fishing
Activities Golf · Mountain Biking · Riding · Walking / Hiking
Features Children Friendly · Dogs Allowed · Fully Catered · Self-Catered
Rental From £1,190 per week
Weiroch Lodge, a lovely 18th-century mill conversion, nestled amongst spectacular scenery adjacent to the River Spey in the heart of Speyside. The Lodge offers exceptionally spacious accommodation for up to six guests, and is ideal for those with a passion for walking, fishing and fieldsports. It is also the perfect choice for families (with older children), small groups who want to celebrate a special occasion, and for those seeking peace and tranquillity amongst an area of outstanding natural beauty.
The Lodge is let on a self-catered basis, however subject to availability, evening catering or full catering for the duration of the rental, can be arranged. A daily housekeeping service is also available. Salmon fishing on the River Spey can be arranged, also deer stalking on local Estates and walked-up shooting. There are numerous golf courses in the area, magnificent castles, beautiful beaches and pretty fishing villages to visit along the scenic Moray Firth coastline. The nearby Cairngorms National Park offers hill-walking, mountain biking, guided wildlife tours, canoeing and winter sports.
Weiroch Lodge offers idyllic luxury in the seclusion of the hills and forests in beautiful Morayshire. It is the perfect choice for those requiring convenience and comfort together with the best in quality and style. From the superbly equipped kitchen to gun cabinets for the sportsmen, the accommodation has the ambience of a shooting lodge in miniature.
Weiroch has been awarded 5 Stars by the Scottish Tourist Board.
• Lettings are normally from Sunday to Sunday (with off-peak exceptions) • Short breaks available upon request. • Under occupancy discount available for smaller parties of four or less • No children under 10 years accepted without prior arrangement • A maximum of two well behaved dogs by prior arrangement only. A £25 charge per dog applies. • The Lodge is a no smoking establishment • Nearest local shop 2-miles • Nearest town Aberlour 4-miles with variety of shops, pubs, hotels, cafes
Maximum occupancy of 6 guests.
From £1,190 – £1,875 per week Christmas 2023 and New Year 2023/24 – £2,500 per week
Weiroch Lodge is the perfect choice for parties looking for comfort following a day’s sport.
We all thoroughly enjoyed our week at Weiroch Lodge and managed to cram in a lot of activities including fishing, walking, golfing, distillery and castle tours, as well as a trip to the Moray Coast and Elgin.
From a location point of view the lodge is perfect as Aviemore and Rothiemurcus were very busy at Easter.
The house is exceptionally comfortable and we enjoyed the living/dining space which was very sociable – Gillian and Keith catered for us on a couple of occasions which worked well.
All in all a success and we’d return or recommend to others.
Mr P Lyell, April 2022
Porch/Utility: A good-sized entrance room with plenty of coat and boot space, washing machine and tumble dryer. Kitchen/dining room: This welcoming room has been carefully designed with catering in mind so that dining can be a relaxing affair. Fully equipped with high quality appliances including a large fridge, separate freezer, electric oven, 5-burner gas hob, dishwasher and microwave, this superb kitchen is a joy to use. The antique dining table easily seats 6-8 people and the huge arched windows overlook spectacular views across the Spey valley. On warmer days, it’s possible to dine outside where the only noise is from the birds and the breeze rustling in the trees. Sitting-room: Guests can retire to a truly splendid sitting-room that features a high vaulted ceiling and wonderful trompe l’oeil wall murals. With its wood burning stove, comfortable sofas upholstered in leather and tweed, antique furniture and large collection of books, this lovely room provides the ideal retreat to relax with a dram at the end of the day. There is a flat screen Freesat television (plus DVD player) and a large bay window to one end with window seats offering stunning views and adding to the already fantastic living space.
Bedroom 1: This spacious room has elegant décor and glorious views towards the Cromdale Hills. The continental sized twin beds are extra long and can be linked together to form one superking bed if preferred. There’s pure cotton bedlinen and a choice of feather or fibre-filled pillows to help you enjoy a goods nights sleep. In the adjoining luxury bathroom you’ll find everything you need, including unlimited hot water and even a shelf of good books. Cloakroom: A separate downstairs cloakroom with WC and wash basin.
Bedroom 2: This large, delightfully furnished room has coombed ceilings (plenty of headroom in the middle), Velux roof light and a large window at the gable end. The extra long, continental sized twin beds can be linked together to form one superking bed if preferred. There’s fine quality bed-linen, a collection of books and comfortable leather armchairs to sit and enjoy your morning tea. The adjoining shower room is well designed with excellent facilities and complimentary toiletries. Bedroom 3: Across the wide landing from Bedroom 2 is a third spacious bedroom, beautifully furnished with a luxury king-sized bed and gorgeous bedlinen to offer lavish comfort. From the windows there are far reaching views across the Spey valley to the south, while on the north side, roe deer can often be seen in the woods just behind the Lodge. The en-suite shower room (compact yet with everything needed) comes with a power shower, heated towel rail and fluffy towels.
From the kitchen a patio door opens onto a large south-facing area at the rear of the Lodge, ideal for relaxing and outdoor dining. The garden is fully-fenced and outdoor furniture is provided. If you fancy a leisurely stroll you can wander across the fields to the River Spey, only a short distance away, or explore the miles of tracks within the 800 acres of forest adjacent to the Lodge. For those keen on a longer walk, access to the world-famous Speyside Way is literally a few minutes walk from the door, and the start of a hike up Ben Rinnes mountain is just a short drive away. Please note: The owners live just one hundred yards away and are available to provide as much or as little assistance to ensure your holiday is memorable and enjoyable.
Linen and towels provided. Oil central heating, gas & electricity included and logs provided for woodburner. Flat screen Freesat TV & DVD, Fridge, freezer, microwave, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher. Private parking area, fully fenced garden and outdoor furniture. Gun cabinets. Free Wifi internet access.
Fishing with ghillie arranged on: Rivers Spey, Avon (A’an), Findhorn and Deveron. Stalking and shooting arranged on local Estates, open hill and mixed woodland.
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