Accommodation at Corriemoillie is a self contained, 3 bedroomed apartment covering the entire top floor of this elegant country house.
Corriemoillie Lodge is superbly situated in the heart of the Highlands, on the famous NC500 route, so whether you like walking, climbing, fishing, stalking, bird watching, cycling, riding, water sports, golf or just relaxing and enjoying the stunning scenery and fresh air, there is something for everyone – the perfect place for a peaceful Scottish holiday!
Corriemoillie Lodge is a former shooting lodge that was once the home of the legendary elephant hunter W.D.M. Bell. – the ultimate adventurer who was known as “Karamojo” Bell after the wild country in Africa where he spent many years and gained his reputation.
The Lodge is south facing in a secluded and peaceful location surrounded by shrubs and a wide variety of mature trees, with magnificent views towards Lochluichart and the Strathconon Hills. There is an abundance of wildlife in the area - red squirrels, deer, pine martins and many species of birds can be spotted without even leaving the garden!
Please note that Corriemoillie Lodge is unsuitable for those with disabilities as access is via a narrow, winding staircase with low headroom in places, and is strictly no smoking.