- 5 star 18th Century mill converted in the style of a traditional Shooting Lodge in miniature situated in the heart of Speyside.
- The lodge is adjacent to the middle section of the Spey with direct access to this part of the river. One of Scotland's famous salmon and sea trout fisheries, superb for a weeks fishing.
- Trompe l'oeil wall murals, tweed touches throughout and fabulous antique pieces.
- Unique location for walking, wildlife watching, outdoor activities and visiting Speyside whisky distilleries.
- The peacefulness of Weiroch Lodge and its tranquil surroundings are perfect for those seeking total relaxation for whatever reason.
Good To Know
- Salmon fishing on the River Spey and its tributaries can be arranged on request. This five star luxury country lodge can also provide partial or fully catered stays by special arrangement.
- Well behaved dogs can be accommodated on request.
- Please kindly note, Children under 12 yrs can only be accepted by prior arrangment.
- Large south-facing fenced garden with patio area at the rear of the Lodge, leads directly from the kitchen, ideal for outdoor dining.
- Short breaks available and under occupancy discounts for smaller parties of 3-4 and 1-2 people.
- Logs included in the rental. Free Wi-Fi
- The Delnashaugh Hotel in Ballindalloch is open for lunches, dinners and afternoon teas and coffees this "pet friendly" historic hotel offers real ales in spectacular surrounds.
- The Dowans Hotel in Aberlour provides light lunches and heartydiners. Two restaurants, Spe and 57, offer two varying concepts with the emphasis onfresh, local and reduced food miles.
- The Mash Tun Aberlour is a gastro pub with lunches and evening meals served in the bar area and the largest collection of Glenfarclas whiskies in the world.
- The cosy Copper Dog pub in the Craigellachie Hotel is a poplar drop in for lunch or dinner - serving fresh Scottish fayre.
- Whisky distilleries on your doorstep The Macallan, The Glenlivet, The Glenfiddich, Aberlour, Glenfarclas, Cragganmore and The Balvenie to name but a few.
- Visit the Cairngorm mountain or the Speyside Way which is just a few minutes away. Golf courses include Ballindalloch, Grantown-on-Spey, Nethy Bridge, Dufftown, and the championship courses of Nairn and Royal Dornoch.
- Incredible field, forest and riverside walks, abundance of wildlife, outdoor activities and fieldsports. Enjoy Highland games and pipe bands in summer. Tour Moray Firth's picturesque coastline with sandy beaches, dolphins and pretty fishing villages.
- Ski and Snowboard on the Cairngorm Mountains at the Lecht or Aviemore Ski School. Seek out the Cairngorm Reindeer or book an open kayak tour on the River Spey.
- Take a tour of one of many castles - learn about Cawdor Castle's Shakespearean conections and discover the secrets of an ancient medieval tower built around the legendary Holly Tree.
5 Star relaxation - elegance and luxury abounds in this timeless Highland self-catering Lodge with fantastic walks and enviable private location adjacent to the River Spey. Situated on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park, between Grantown on Spey and Aberlour, this splendid property has three twin/double en-suite rooms, a superb dining-kitchen, magnificent library/drawing-room, utility/boot-room and downstairs cloakroom. Outside is a large fenced garden and ample parking. The house is full of elegant antique pieces, chandeliers and traditional Highland charm, sprinkled with contemporary design touches at every turn.
Your stay at Weiroch Lodge can be as laid back or action packed, as you choose. Fishing parties will love the proximity of the lodge to the world famous River Spey, and golfers will find many excellent courses to tackle. For winter sports, you have both the Cairngorm Mountain resort at Aviemore or The Lecht Ski Centre to choose from. For hillwalkers, there are 49 Munros plus numerous Corbetts and Grahams (smaller hills) to be conquered, as well as Ben Macdui, the highest mountain in the Cairngorm range, for a challenging day out.
Weiroch is on the Malt Whisky Trail, with The Macallan, The Glenlivet, The Glenfiddich, Aberlour, Glenfarclas, Cragganmore and The Balvenie and many other distilleries all close by, some within walking distance. Over half the distilleries in Scotland are situated in the Speyside area which means there are whisky tours, tastings and festivals galore to be enjoyed by one and all.
The choice is endless when it comes to touring the area, visiting the many attractions or participating in the many activities on offer. However, you might not want to tear yourselves away from the beauty of Weiroch Lodge with its abundant wildlife to watch and peaceful surroundings to enjoy. After all, what could be more fulfilling than watching a baby deer feeding from its mum just yards from the Lodge?
Children under 10yrs by prior arrangement only.
Dogs (2 max) may be accepted by prior arrangement.
2020 Rates: Low season: £915 pw, Mid-season: £1150 pw, High-season: £1420 pw.
Above rates are for 6 people. Reduced rates for 1-2 and 3-4. Small supplement for 7-8.
Lettings normally Sunday to Sunday,
Online Booking - see owners website.
Open all year. Short breaks available.
Catering and housekeeping available. BBQ for hire.
For further information please see owners website, or call 01807 500797, or email email@example.com