luxury Highland lodges
Lochinver Lodge - luxury Highland lodges
|Weekly season prices||Low from £750||Mid from £1050||High from £1400||Festive from £1400|
|Short breaks - 2+ nights - from £150 per night|
|Vernon's review of Lochinver Lodge|
|Further details about this accommodation|
Large, open plan living room with woodburning stove and huge windows looking out over the stunning view; TV and DVD.
Spacious, well-equipped kitchen/dining area with quality appliances including dishwasher, walk in fridge and freezer, washing machine and dryer.
Twin ensuite bedroom.
Double ensuite bedroom.
Towels and linen provided.
Large kingsize ensuite bedroom with balcony overlooking the lovely view to the sea.
Private driveway and parking.
Attractive, raised decking area with outdoor seating and - from January 2014 - a large seven person outdoor hot tub with a fantastic view; private garden with ornamental pond.
The lodge has underfloor heating throughout as well as a lovely wood burning stove in the living area.
|Our top 5 reasons why you would choose to stay at this excellent self catering property|
|There are delightful short walks through nearby Culag Woods, with lovely views, sculptures and surprises to find along the way. The five mile Glencanisp circuit follows the River Inver through woodland and crosses open moorland to a lovely loch with mountain views. A more strenuous twelve mile hike with a short, final scramble will take you to the summit of the uniquely shaped Suilven and reward you with superlative views.|
|Sutherland's west coast boasts many often deserted, white sandy beaches edged by grassy dunes and clear turquoise sea. Clachtoll, Clashnessie and Stoer are all lovely, close by and easily accessible.
|This is a great area for canoeing and kayaking on river, loch or sea. Norwest Sea Kayaking based in Lochinver, does half day and day trips and courses in the Achiltibuie-Summer Isles, Ullapool and Lochinver area.|
|The Lochinver area is home to a huge variety of interesting flora and fauna including black-throated loons, greenshanks, puffins, Arctic skuas,ptarmigan, golden plovers and golden eagle, mountain hares, pine martens, otters and red deer, grey seals, porpoises, dolphins, minke and killer whales, rare helleborines, yellow mountain saxifrage, viviparous bistort and mountain avens.|
|The cafe in the former Fisherman's Mission does good, wholesome food and has a table license. For fine dining,
the restaurant at Inver Lodge has lovely views of the loch and sumptuous menus featuring freshly landed fish (take your own), lobster, langoustine, wild salmon, Highland lamb and Scottish beef while the Albannach might serve a warm tartlet of local Lochinver crab with vine tomato chutney or seared, hand-dived Lochinver scallops and roasted monkfish tails on saffron and seaweed rice or in season, wood pigeon with spiced red cabbage with guinea fowl ravioli and game chocolate sauce or roast saddle of wild venison with port sauce.