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Sleeps - 18
Region - Highlands & Northern Scotland
Sporting Stalking · Trout Fishing
Activities Boats · Mountain Biking · Snooker/Billiards/Games Room · Swimming · Walking/Hiking
Facilities Snooker / Billiards · Swimming Pool · Wi-fi
Features Children Friendly · Dogs Allowed · Self-Catered
Rental From £9,500.00 per week
Wyvis Lodge is in a wonderful position at the head of Loch Glass and enjoys magnificent views down the loch. Wyvis Estate extends to 25,000 acres and takes in the most beautiful countryside, including Ben Wyvis, a ‘Munro’ at just over 3400ft.
Trout fishing and Red Deer stalking is available during the season. Salmon fishing can be arranged on the nearby River Alness and there are miles of pony tracks on the estate for extensive walking opportunities.
Wyvis Lodge offers very comfortable accommodation for parties of up to 12 guests and provides a wonderful place to relax and unwind in the most welcoming environment. Further accommodation is provided in the recently renovated and restored Stables, situated to the rear of the main lodge.
Housekeeping is included in the rental and a cook can be arranged by prior agreement. Wyvis Lodge is under an hour’s drive from Inverness with easy access to the airport.
Rental 2024 Wyvis Lodge (sleeps 12) & The Stables (sleeps 6/8 guests) combined accommodation for up to 18/20 guests. Rental for Wyvis Lodge and Stables: £9,500.00 per week Christmas and New Year: POA
Gardener’s Cottage: £1,600.00 per week (sleeps 4)
Sporting Rates 2024 Stags £600.00 + VAT Hinds £300.00 + VAT per rifle/party per day
Swimming Pool Please note that due to the vagaries of the Scottish weather, use or access to the outdoor swimming pool cannot be guaranteed. The pool is not heated.
Gardeners Cottage In addition to Wyvis Lodge and The Stables, Gardeners Cottage, which has recently been renovated to a high standard, offers two double bedrooms and overlooks Loch Glass, and is available for rental for up to a maximum of 4 guests. Please note this may be let out to separate groups, however, it has its own separate access and is secluded from the main Lodge, ensuring privacy for all concerned.
Wyvis Lodge is the ultimate remote and relaxing Highland retreat. It has one of the most breathtaking locations at the head of its own glen, accessed by private road. Stalking for two rifles and wild brown trout fishing on Loch Glass and the hill lochs.
We were all extremely enchanted by the beauty and uniqueness of the Wyvis Lodge and surroundings. It was all even better then we could have imagined. We had the most wonderful holiday. We only left Wyvis for 1 day to visit Urquhart, Loch Ness and Inverness, but rushed back to enjoy Wyvis. Both the parents and the children absolutely loved all the activities and being outdoors. The absolute beauty of the scenery. It was a truly magical week, we definitely plan on returning!
Sophie Massage, July 2022, Belgium
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Wyvis Lodge has very comfortable accommodation for up to 12 guests. The main reception rooms and bedrooms enjoy wonderful views down Loch Glass. The Stables, which has been recently converted, has four bedrooms and two bathrooms, providing additional accommodation for between 6-8 guests comfortably. Stables can only be rented in conjunction with Wyvis Lodge.
Ground Floor There is a large reception hall, drawing room with an open log fire and magnificent views down the loch Dining room with open fire with the same fine views down the loch, which comfortably seats 12 guests. A separate table can be added to seat 16/18 guests.
Games room with medium sized billiards table and table tennis.
Gun room/drying room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and larder.
There is also a separate WC (original “Thunderbox” still in situ!) and further shower room on the ground floor.
Wyvis Lodge Bedrooms Bedrooms are all located on the first floor of the property.
Principle Bedrooms Bedroom 1: King Size with adjacent bathroom having a bath and shower looking down the loch. Bedroom 2: King Size with adjacent bathroom with bath and shower attachment. Bedroom 3: Super King with views down the Loch with en-suite shower and toilet. Bedroom 4: King Size with shared bathroom (usually bedroom 5). Bedroom 5: King Size with adjacent bathroom with bath and shower attachment.
Nursery Rooms Bedroom 6: King size with a downstairs shower room (shared bathroom) / Cook’s Room Bedroom 7: Family room with a king size bed and an adjoining twin bedroom sharing the downstairs shower room.
Stables Bedrooms (separate building situated to the rear of the main lodge) First Floor Bedroom 1: King Size Bedroom 2: King Size or Twin (zip and link) Bedroom 3: King Size or Twin (zip and link) Bedroom 4: King Size or Twin (zip and link)
Sharing: 1 x bathroom on the first floor 1 x shower room on the ground floor
Technology Apple TV Blue Ray DVD Smart TV High speed internet coverage VOIP Phone (chargeable)
Housekeeping The rental of Wyvis Lodge includes the services of two hours housekeeping each day.
Electric Car Charging There is an electric vehicle charging point at Wyvis.
Fishing The estate offers trout fishing on Loch Glass with its own boat and outboard, together with numerous hill lochs on the estate which offer wild brown trout fishing. Trout fishing is included in the rental.
Salmon fishing can be arranged on the nearby River Alness.
Boats There are two boats on Loch Glass with outboard engines, (strictly to be accompanied by a member of Wyvis staff).
Loch Glass Two x boats with outboards.
Stalking Red Deer stalking is available for up to 2 rifles each day throughout the season and annually the estate culls between 45-50 stags.
There is a beautiful waterfall two miles from the lodge which makes a lovely walk and picnic spot. There is wonderful walking on the estate.
Clay pigeon shooting Clay shooting can be arranged on the estate and conducted by the estate staff/keepers, by prior arrangement only.
Golf The championship courses of Royal Dornoch, Nairn and Castle Stuart are all within easy driving distance. Brora also has a links course which is worth a visit.
Whisky distilleries There are two distilleries close by. The Dalmore Distillery at Alness and Glenmorangie near Tain.
Moray Firth Best known for its resident population of dolphins, the Moray Firth is one of the best places in Europe to see these mammals in the wild. Experts estimate that around 130 bottlenose dolphins live in the Moray Firth. The dolphins often leap clear of the water close to the shore. Harbour seals are also a common sight, hauled out on mudbanks and sandy shores. Further out, harbour porpoises, white-beaked dolphins, minke whales, pilot whales and killer whales can sometimes be seen.
Mountain biking There are two adult bikes and two children’s bikes available for guest use.
Wyvis is an incredibly special place, wonderfully private and so tranquil, it's definitely somewhere we'll be revisiting again. We were comfortable and lovely and warm, and the four boys we had with us couldn't believe their luck with places for hide-and-go-seek and sardines! We were just so happy there, it's somewhere to unwind and be, somewhere we can't recommend highly enough. Thanks again for everything and I hope to be in touch again soon.
Nicholas Vincent, London
Wyvis was an absolutely marvellous experience. Words can’t really sum up its special spirit, and the warmth and attention that was lavished on us. Members of our group both fished and (successfully) stalked. Guide Sam Harvey took us on memorable treks, with a fantastic running commentary on the ecology, mythology and history of the Highlands (it provided a marvellous distraction from the effort of hopping from tussock to tussock). I also owe you a debt of thanks for Simon Rodgers. Not only is he a supremely talented chef, but he is a thoroughly lovely young man who was a pleasure to have at the house. We do indeed want to make it an annual thing but now we want it for TWO weeks, instead of one!
Susan Ainsworth, New York, New York, USA
We had a most enjoyable stay at Wyvis. We all loved the house and thought that the setting is stunning. We were very well looked after by the stalkers, and the housekeeper ensured that everything was in order in the house. I really am unable to think of anything that was amiss with the arrangements. We would also like to say how wonderfully our chef, Laurie Mill, looked after us for the week. The food was excellent including homebaked bread every morning, a cake for afternoon tea and a varied 3 course meal every evening. He even entertained us, playing the bagpipes and guitar. He did ask that we pass on his contact details to you and we are more than happy to recommend him. We would thoroughly recommend Wyvis as a beautiful and isolated location to spend a week at, where you can really get away from it all. Please pass on our thanks to all the staff at Wyvis who helped to make our stay so enjoyable, along with all the staff at your office who ensured that everything was so well organised
Justin & Clare Grady
We had a very good time at the Lodge. The arrangements at the Lodge were perfect. The team did a fabulous job and are extremely cooperative with any requests we make. We went stalking, spent an afternoon doing some target shooting with the children and was very friendly and great fun. It was very nice to have the boat on the loch. You have a very good team there. Could not be more helpful, efficient and friendly.
Just to say we have just had the most amazing 2 weeks at Wyvis Lodge. The team could not do enough for us. They were wonderful. The house was superb and the views breathtaking. We were so sorry when it came to going home. A very memorable holiday and birthday for my husband. Many thanks.
Alison Kennedy, Lasne, Belgium
We thoroughly enjoyed our recent stay at Wyvis. The estate is beautiful, the location tranquil and very private. The team made every effort to ensure our stay was memorable and trouble free. You were right about the Hill Loch fishing, Loch nan Druidean fished spectacularly, we had fantastic sport on dry fly, Loch Coire Bheachain fished well given that it was howling on the day. The walk up was more than repaid by the views. It really is big country up there. All in all a great time had by all, relaxing and very good for the soul. Thank you for the recommendation and usual good service.
Dean Griffin Esq, Kent
Our stay at Wyvis was fantastic. Things went really well and everyone had a great time. The lodge itself was beyond our expectations, the scenery was unreal at times and the prescence of wild life on the estate only added to the magic of the place. The housekeeper and her husband were brilliant, the location was magical, and fortunately the weather played its part. We will be back again in the future.
Mr Hany Abdelnour, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
We were all extremely enchanted by the beauty and uniqueness of the Wyvis Lodge and surroundings. It was all even better then we could have imagined. We had the most wonderful holiday. We only left Wyvis for 1 day to visit Urquhart, Loch Ness and Inverness, but we rushed back to enjoy Wyvis. Both the parents and the children absolutely loved all the activities and being outdoors. The absolute beauty of the scenery. It was a truly magical week, we definitely plan on returning!
Sophie Massage, Belgium
Wyvis is a unique and special place. Always a friendly welcome and the magnificent house is warm, comfortable and has incredible views over the loch. Potter around the house and policies or head for the hill - let the estate absorb all your sporting energy and bring you home happy and relaxed. We are addicted.
Jamie & Judy Paterson
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