Weiroch Lodge is an impressive 5-Star 18th-century mill conversion, nestling amongst spectacular scenery, surrounded by heather clad hills rising up from the River Spey in the heart of Speyside. With riverside walks and scenic forest trails straight from the door, abundant wildlife, salmon fishing and golfing, there's also the Cairngorm National Park and picturesque Moray Firth coastline to explore, besides numerous whisky distilleries and castles to visit.
The Lodge offers exceptionally spacious accommodation for up to eight guests . Beautifully presented, with tartan curtains, tweed fabrics, antique pieces and trompe l'oeil wall murals, the decor nods to old style hunting lodges while elegant chandeliers and blazing fireplaces add a touch of cosy grandeur.
Weiroch Lodge is mainly let on a Self-Catering basis from Sunday to Sunday. Optional full or part catering is offered, and daily housekeeping. The accommodation is also available to Bed & Breakfast guests (minimum three nights). Children under 12-yrs may be accepted by prior arrangement. Up to two well-behaved dogs may be accepted.
Whether you are looking for just a short “get away from it all” break, an ideal sporting base, or a peaceful retreat from which to enjoy all that the Highlands and Moray coast has to offer, Weiroch Lodge will meet your needs.
PLEASE NOTE: The prices shown on this website are for 5-6 guests. There are reductions for parties of 1-2
and 3-4 people, and a slight increase for parties of 7-8.
Outside: A south-facing, fully fenced garden with lawn and large patio area ideal for relaxing and outdoor dining. Garden furniture is provided and BBQ available for hire.
Kitchen/Dining Room: This superb room is fully equipped with high quality appliances including a large fridge, separate freezer, electric oven, 5-burner gas hob, dishwasher, microwave and Stellar cookware, making it a joy to use.
Drawing-room: A truly magnificent room that features a high vaulted ceiling and wonderful trompe l’oeil wall murals, wood burning stove, comfortable sofas upholstered in tweed, antique furniture and large collection of books, this lovely room provides the ideal retreat to relax with a dram at the end of the day.
Bedroom 1, en-suite bathroom: This spacious room has high ceilings and elegant décor. The continental sized superking bed can be unlinked to form twin beds, if preferred. There’s pure cotton bedlinen and a choice of feather or fibre-filled pillows to help you enjoy a good nights sleep.
Utility Room: An entrance room with plenty of coat and boot space, washing machine and tumble dryer.
First Floor Description
First Floor: Bedroom 2, en-suite shower-room: A large, delightfully furnished room with continental sized twin beds (that can be linked together to form one superking bed if preferred). There’s fine quality bed-linen and comfortable leather armchairs.
Bedroom 3, en-suite shower-room: This spacious bedroom is simply yet beautifully furnished. The 5ft luxury bed has gorgeous bedlinen and offers lavish comfort. A small but perfectly formed shower room goes with this room with power shower, heated towel rail and fluffy towels.
Window Views Description
Adjacent to the River Spey and surrounded by open fields and forests, Weiroch Lodge has spectacular scenery from every window with far-reaching views towards the Cromdale Hills and Cairngorm Mountains. Roe deer, hares and pheasants are usually seen close to the Lodge and a variety of birds including buzzards, oyster catchers and curlews breed in the adjacent area.
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