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Ledgowan Lodge Hotel

A890, South of Achnasheen Village., Achnasheen IV22 2EJ Scotland
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A890, South of Achnasheen Village., Achnasheen IV22 2EJ Scotland
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RPCV Linda wrote a review Jun 2019
Arlington, Massachusetts15 contributions3 helpful votes
Ledgowan Lodge was only a brief stop for our tour group but we were all impressed with the decor. Though clearly Victorian, the common rooms were all done in a style not overpoweringly so--mcuh lighter both in feel and colors than the typical Victorian style. We could imagine a wonderful weekend getaway here--if only we didn't have to fly in from the StatesE!
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Date of stay: June 2019
Eunan M wrote a review May 2019
Thornton, United Kingdom11 contributions4 helpful votes
Unfortunately only stayed the one night in this beautiful recently upgraded ex hunting lodge. The room at the back of the house had been refurbished with a lovely new jacuzzi bath. Just the ticket after a long day driving. The bed was comfy and despite photos on here complaining about the view at the back of the house my advice would be lift your eyes up a bit to see the mist rolling over the hill instead. Only had the bar menu but couldn’t fault the size of the lamb shank and the delicately minted gravy it came with. Good selection of malts from the bar and some cracking tales from the barman made the reasonably priced 15 year old Dalmore go down even more smoothly. Best of all though is the silence even though the lodge was busy. The peace that sitting of an evening with a
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Date of stay: May 2019
Graeme1971_20 wrote a review May 2019
Glasgow, United Kingdom125 contributions15 helpful votes
We stayed in 4 of the single rooms in the bunkhouse. We knew that linen was not supplied before arriving. As we were on a cycle trip I carried a small silk liner sleeping bag which was warm enough even though it was below freezing at night. The others purchased a sleeping bag for £10 from reception which they found of a good quality. We found the bunkhouse in a very clean and high standard. I agree from previous posts that there is some noise at nights with people going to toilet etc but that is to be expected for the price. We had dinner and drinks in the main hotel and were very happy with service, quality of food and surroundings. The place is full of character and very pleasant sitting in the drawing room after dinner hearing cuckoo's and seeing wildlife from the window.
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Date of stay: May 2019
David W wrote a review May 2019
Nice, France24 contributions13 helpful votes
The place turned out to be a survival of the Victorian age when rich men built huge "lodges" in the Highlands of Scotland where they could stay in luxury while they were huntin', shootin', or fishin', all of which were plentiful nearby. Alas, taxation and other nasty things occurred -- such as having to pay servants living wages -- and these "lodges" turned into very livable country house hotels that the rest of us can enjoy. As one of your reviewers said, it looks more than a bit austere at first glance, but once you are inside, all is warm and homey. You enter a great hall that looks like it did when His Nibs owned it and is still in good condition. To the right is a gracious dining room which is a pleasure to have a meal in. To the left is a splendid drawing room at the
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Date of stay: April 2019
Harry S wrote a review Mar 2019
Almondbank, United Kingdom18 contributions11 helpful votes
Booked into Ledgowan lodge for one night while on business. The lodge is an old shooting lodge with plenty trophies on the walls to prove it. The staff were friendly and welcoming, and the room I was given was comfortable enough for one night. The evening meal was served in the bar area as the restaurant didn’t seem to be open at this time of year, the food was average for a bar meal, I expected better from a hotel like this. Overall it was a pleasant stay but expensive for what you get.
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Date of stay: March 2019
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ledgowan hotel achnasheen
United KingdomScotlandScottish HighlandsRoss and CromartyAchnasheen
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