RELAX IN TRANQUILITY
The traditional-style lodge is in a spectacular position, nearly two miles from a main road. Built in 1986, it has been fully modernised, providing comfortable accommodation in five bedrooms (three doubles and two twins), sleeping 10 guests, all with en-suite bathrooms, and is let mainly on a self-catered basis. The views from the dining room and sitting room are magnificent, looking straight out over Loch Morsgail. It’s a fantastic place to escape to at any time of the year.
The public rooms include a drawing room with cosy wood-burning stove, and a spacious kitchen/dining room, which takes advantage of the superb views across the loch to the hills beyond; sit back, relax and drink in the landscape after a great day’s sport.
Dogs are welcome on the estate, but not in the house, and kennels are provided.
This fully modernised lodge provides comfortable accommodation in five bedrooms (three doubles and two twins), sleeping 10 guests, all with en-suite bathrooms.
Public rooms include a drawing room with cosy wood-burning stove, and a spacious kitchen/dining room, with superb views across the loch to the hills beyond. There is a further sitting room, drying room and utility room with two washing machines and two tumble dryers.
There is also a fishing/gun room for storing rods and guns. The lodge is fully heated, with a heat exchange from the loch, and has full double glazing.
TV, SKY and Wi-Fi are all available but please be aware that, while there is a landline, there is no mobile phone reception so that you can enjoy total seclusion. There is, however, a selection of board games to keep you entertained if the weather turns. The estate also offers plenty of outdoor storage.
The majority of visitors to Morsgail Estate come on a self-catered basis and the island has an abundance of delicious local produce for you to try. You’ll find plenty of space in the lodge’s fridge and freezer and a well-equipped kitchen with electric cooker, double oven and grill, and six rings.
While the nearest supermarket is in the island’s capital, Stornoway, there is a community shop 10 minutes’ drive for basic supplies and a community cafe five minutes’ drive away that provides evening meals and lunches.
And if you’d like a night off cooking, the estate can also provide delicious freshly cooked meals to be stocked in your fridge that you can simply reheat, all prepared by our sister lodge, Amhuinnsuidhe Castle’s chef, by prior arrangement.
We can organise your own private in-house cook during your stay and many of the meals can be created from that which you have shot or caught yourselves, offering the true field-to-fork experience. Please enquire when booking for further details.