Stoer Lodge is situated in the small hamlet of Stoer close to the fishing port of Lochinver. The property enjoys an elevated position with uninterrupted views of the white sandy beach of Stoer Bay, and the dramatic peaks of Stac Pollaidh, Suilven and Canisp. Newly renovated the property makes an ideal base for those wanting to explore the Assynt Peninsula.
The original part of the property dates back to the 17th Century and in 1868 was extended to create a village school. The school relocated many years ago however the property today retains many original features such as the panelled walls, timber flooring and double height ceiling that can be found in the dining room and sitting room. The property is all located on the one level and throughout has been equipped to a high standard and furnished with an eclectic mix of modern and traditional furniture.
The main door of the property opens into a porch with doors to the dining room and sitting room. The dining room has a table and seating for ten and the sitting room comfortable sofas. From the dining room a door leads to the main corridor off which the remaining accommodation is situated. The property has four bedrooms; the master with its king size bed, enjoys double aspect views over Stoer Bay, as does the double. The two twins are located to the rear of the property and enjoy views of the surrounding mountains. A bathroom with a traditional style roll top bath; and the well equipped kitchen with direct access to the garden area complete the facilities.
A Good Housekeeping Deposit of £100.00 is required at this property.
The lastest reviews of Stoer Lodge...
This is a wonderful part of Scotland. If you like being out of the way then this is the place to go. Beach on your back door step, the enclosed garden is also much bigger than the pictures make it seem, plenty big enough for an energetic border collie to run around in. All bedding and sofa cushions are feather so if you are allergic I would advise bringing your own bedding/ pillows. The internet is of good enough quality (about 1-2mb) for searching for local attractions/ driving routes etc. The lounge/ dining room is a brilliant size and would easily fit 8 people (we were only in a group of 4). Again the pictures do not show how large this room is. There is a huge dining table that would comfortably fit 8 and probably more. There were basic things like salt, pepper, oil, various spices left there when we arrived which was useful but I would advise doing a decent sized shop at Tesco in Ullapool on your way in, you can get most things though from the Spar in Lochinver There is a bigger beach 5 mins up the road, Clashnessie Bay, perfect for dogs to have a big run, also we saw seals here swimming around close to the shore and also laying on the rocks over to the right of the bay.
Fantastic place to stay in a fabulous location. Warm and comfortable lodge - a haven that we all enjoyed coming back to at the end of a day's exploring. It felt like we had our own private beach and we were lucky to have beautiful weather throughout our stay.
Fantastic house, particularly the huge old school room. Amazing location, with the beach just seconds away. We wanted to get away from it all for Christmas, and this house was perfect!
Characterful and comfortable cottage overlooking a spectacular bay in one of the most beautiful parts of Scotland
What a week we had at Stoer Lodge! All the family gathered for a rare get together and were thrilled when we saw our home for the week, so comfortable and welcoming, with every possible need supplied for our stay. Huge sitting room, with large table for family meals and a log burner to gather round at night. However, hardly required, as we chose possibly the best week in Assynt this summer. Wall to wall blue skies, with the temperature climbing to 23 degrees at one point. And the lodge was a perfect base for all the beautiful beaches, walks and Munro bagging the family enjoyed. Will be back!
Suffice to say that Stoer Lodge is one of the best little get away from it all places I have had the pleasure to stay in. Lovely house, lovely little beach, and absolutely stunning scenery. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to get away from the rat race for a bit
A wonderful week at Stoer Lodge, pure relaxation. Beautifully presented in a traditional school style, yet very homely and cozy. You really couldn't find a more perfect location over looking the almost private, stunning white sand beach! The coastal line all along the area is beautiful and Stoer Lodge provides the comfort from which to explore it. Make sure you stock up on provisions though!
Stoer Lodge is a beautiful, well equipped property and provided the perfect getaway for my other half's unwelcome 40th birthday celebrations! Setting off Chinese lanterns in complete darkness from the beach at midnight was truly magical and we will definitely return soon. We visited in January and unfortunately had to leave a day early as the weather really closed in. Thinking back, we should have allowed ourselves to become snowed in, there could be worse places to get stuck!
3-10 November 2012 Charlie Hicks We had a wonderful time at Stoer Lodge. The house is well equipped and really comfortable, however the real selling point is the location. The views are fabulous and the beach is lovely.
The holiday was a family get together with 7 of us and 1 dog.I know we were lucky with the weather but also felt we were lucky choosing the property Stoer Lodge. It does look quite impressive overlooking the small beautiful bay. The coal fire gave off plenty of heat for the large living room and there was a cosy feel to the place.Everything you need is provided for and you feel comfortable in the surroundings. Great place, great location.
Small party discount of 20% for small parties of two, this is based on one bedroom being used. Available outwith the main summer months (June - September inclusive).
Available: 04/01/2017 to 03/06/2017
Offer Code: 1267-2164B293
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