Guisachan Lodge is situated adjacent to the magnificent Glen Affric National Nature Reserve. The Lodge once formed part of Lord Tweedmouth's Highland Estate making it unique in the Highlands. Out of the door walking (you are able to walk from Guisachan Lodge to the West Coast for 30 miles with no roads) to untouched scenery and historic remains dating back to the Neolithic period, rare flora and fauna, wildlife with majestic golden eagles, ospreys, buzzards, red and roe deer, red squirrels, badgers, otters, pine martin and more, yet only 35 miles from Inverness with its modern facilities, and 12 miles from Loch Ness and Castle Urquhart.
The Lodge is set in seclusion at the head of the Glen with magnificent views reaching far up the glen to the mountains beyond. Guisachan is steeped in history. This is where the Golden Retriever dog originated from, where Churchill learnt to drive, where trees were planted by royalty and where the Victorian elite such as Gladstone came to experience the beauty of the Highlands.
Accommodation Over 150 years old, Guisachan Lodge offers a high standard of spacious accommodation in a tranquil rural location, set in an acre of its own grounds and truly wonderful enclosed gardens.
Ground Floor: Generous sitting room with open Victorian fireplace, dining room, sun lounge, room with sofa bed leading through to a twin bedroom, kitchen, pantry, utility room and shower room with wc.
First Floor: Double bedroom with beautiful hand carved wooden bed, twin bedroom with zip link beds, bathroom with shower over bath.
Linen and towels provided.
Open fire, electric storage heaters and oil central heating.
Complimentary starter fuel, oil by timer and £10 electricity included, extra electricity and oil by meter reading.
Colour TV, video, DVD, radio.
Double electric cooker and grill, dishwasher, microwave, fridge, freezer, automatic washing machine.