Our three lodges offer something for everyone – the Highland shooting lodge luxury and refinement of Letterewe Lodge, with its exceptional kitchen and living areas, the picturesque woodland and loch setting of family-friendly Ardlair, and a true ‘back to nature’ escape at far-flung, lamp-lit Carnmore.
OUR ‘AWAY FROM IT ALL’ LODGES
Escape to the wild - in comfort and style.
Spacious, luxurious accommodation on the edge of Loch Maree.
Letterewe Lodge is accessed by private launch across Loch Maree, offering thrilling views of Slioch (the spear in Gaelic), which features in countless calendars. The house offers the ultimate in holiday comfort, with spacious, family friendly accommodation. Surrounded by stunning oak woods, the lodge overlooks the loch and distant Beinn Alligin (mountain of beauty).
The perfect loch side holiday home for an active break in the Highlands.
The ideal loch-side holiday for an active break in the Highlands. Ardlair, on Loch Maree, is reached by estate track from Poolewe and comes with its own boat and outboard. The house has a wonderful open plan living area and offers easy access to the hills, glens and lochs of Letterewe Estate.
A secluded lodge, perfect for fishing, walking and climbing, deep in the wilderness.
Carnmore is officially one of the remotest houses in Britain. A former farmhouse, it has no roads leading to it and is reached by estate track followed by a launch along Fionn Loch. Deep in the land of eagles and deer, it is lit in the evening by candles and storm lanterns.
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We care about what we leave behind.
The current owners of Letterewe have looked after, protected and preserved the estate since 1978. They have a great affection for this very special corner of the Highlands. The library is full of information about the history and flora fauna of the estate, including the exceptional deer herd, white-tailed eagles, golden eagles, pine martens, badgers and wild goats.
A long history
Letterewe was once owned by Clan MacKenzie and has a long history as a sporting estate where the red deer herd of around 2,000 animals is managed sustainably. It was previously owned by the brewing magnate Col Whitbread, and before him by the Marquess of Zetland.