The Lairg Estate is situated in the North Highlands approximately an hour from Inverness. A beautiful location from which to explore Northern Scotland.
There are three options of accommodation at Lairg.
The Lodge (sleeps 12)
The Lodge overlooks Loch Shin and was built in 1886. It has recently been refurbished but still retains its original character whilst offering the highest levels of comfort. There is plenty of hot water, deep Victorian baths, bedrooms have new beds including 2 rooms with 4 poster beds. There are two large sitting rooms, the dining rooms sleeps up to 14 comfortably and there is a billiard room. The Lodge's various levels and wings provide a series of complex spaces and it's 9 double/twin rooms and 1 single ensure that large numbers are absorbed effortlessly, whilst smaller groups suffer no lack of intimacy. With 7 bathrooms, 3 further loos, laundry room, drying room and a big kitchen, guests feel instantly at home.
Lairg Lodge is staffed with a resident housekeeper and 2 further staff to ensure high levels of housekeeping. There is a list of splendid cooks on request. A ghillie is also included for all sporting requirements.
The Lodge is a 2 minute drive from Lairg village centre.
Phil's House (sleep 6)
This cottage is a brand new single storey house. It has 2 twin rooms with ensuite bathrooms and 1 large double with adjacent shower room. The living room is open plan. A state of the art fitted kitchen will provide everything the holidaymaker would require and is fitted to a high standard. There is a large purpose built drying room and large internal passage which will accommodate all forms of sporting equipment and outdoor clothing. It has wonderful views and offers unrivalled comfort year round.
Reid's (sleeps 4)
Two twin rooms, 2 bathrooms, large sitting room with panoramic views and wood burning stove, a great drying room and lovely kitchen. Reid's is a perfect place from which to explore all the Highlands has to offer.
The river Shin is a short and exciting river running from Lohch Shin into the Kyle of Sutherlan which it shares with the Oykel, Cassley & Carron. Having a dam at the top of the river ensures plenty of water year round in order for the fish to run. The upper river enjoys consistent sport once the fish pass the Shin Falls in late May. WIth 3 miles of double bank fishing and 30 named pools, there is ample space for you to enjoy this wonderful river.
The upper river is divided into 2 beats, each fishing 4 rods and rotating at lunchtime. Catches have been consistent over the past decade andthe Shin is rightly famous for producing large multi-winter sea fish.
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