The Dining Room is accessed via the central hall, and in 2021 was enlarged . It has large bay windows overlooking the park, with an open fire and Douglas Fir Dining table which can sit from 6 up to 18 people- decorated in a restful green with sumptuous full length curtains ,an ideal space for atmospheric evening dinners, as well as being a lovely light room for breakfast.
The large kitchen area was recently opened up in 2019 to include the pantry which sits beside the Dining Room.
The kitchen boasts an ample array of handmade units providing plenty of storage and cooking utensils,. With an Everhot Range cooker and additional double electric oven and electric hob, as well as an upright fridge freezer, perfect for your own use or that of a private chef.
The kitchen provides ample space for informal meals, with antique pine table and chairs at one end, and comfortable sofa.
10 Bedrooms and En-suites
The first floor is linked via two staircases, the main hallway and back staircase, and there are eight bedrooms on the first floor (all with en suite bath/ shower rooms).
The bedrooms are newly painted in Farrow and Ball colours. All the bedrooms are furnished with antique furniture and fully carpeted.
The Top Floor has two further bedrooms with single beds and on the landing below there is a family bathroom with a bath with an overhead shower.
At the south end of the Lodge is a beautiful timbered snooker room –with traditional V jointed boarding with a traditional Highland theme. Within the room sits a lovely open fire, as well as a large TV in the corner. The centre piece is the full size snooker table, an ideal place for evening whisky before or after dinner to accompany a game on the lovely table.
The Drying Room
The Drying Room is spacious and an ideal place to dry clothes after a day spent outside with plenty of storage for coats and boots with two full length heated towels rails – essential for those wet days in the North West Highlands.