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Sherramore Lodge

Sherramore lodge provides the grandeur you’d expect from just such a property and is often booked as part of a sporting package during the season.

Built in 1860, this delightful Victorian shooting lodge enjoys great views over the rugged Scottish countryside, with a snow-capped mountain range as its back-drop. The spacious entrance hall has a feature pitch pine staircase, whilst the drawing room and dining room are both impressive traditional lodge rooms. These rooms are ideal for entertaining in a lavish style, with plenty of space.

The lodge sleeps 15 people in 9 bedrooms, all with shared bathrooms or shower rooms. There is a table tennis table for some light entertainment. To the rear of the property are estate cottages and there is ample parking for the group. This traditionally decorated holiday house is the perfect location for outdoor enthusiasts, from fisher to hiker, who wish to explore the hills and glens of Scotland.

The Lodge is available to let all year round.

Visit Scotts Castle Holidays to book Sherramore Lodge, or for more information on it’s beautiful location and range of facilities.


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