Glenfeshie Lodge – The Scottish Highlands, Scotland
Nothing clears the head, calms the soul and refreshes the spirit like nature.
This impressive lodge dates back to the 1880s and oozes history, having played host to Queen Victoria as well as appeared on historical series such as ‘The Crown’ and ‘The Queen’. On arrival, winding your way up the single track road through pine forests you will instantly feel a million miles away from reality… feel those shoulders relax.
The landscape here is breath-taking from every angle, with the lodge overlooking the Bens mountains at the far end of the Glen, the Glen itself with its wide river bed and the Salmon rich River Feshie floating by below the greens around the lodge. Over 5,000 species have been recorded here, of which 20% are ‘Nationally Rare’ yet call Glenfeshie their home. This awe-inspiring lodge is the place for celebration, adventure and embracing the true beauty of Mother Nature.
Glenfeshie Lodge sleeps up to 12 people in 7 rooms and can only be hired on an exclusive, fully catered basis. It is a truly unique and special place to stay, and the perfect place to switch off from today’s hectic world. You will undoubtably create memories for life here surrounded by loved ones, beauty and wildlife. An experience like no other.
At A Glance
Why We Love It:It is the ideal place for a celebration, surrounded by nature & no need to lift a finger.
Sleeps:12 guests in 7 bedrooms.
Location:Glenfeshie Estate is in the beautiful Cairngorms National Park in the heart of the Scottish Highlands.
Children:Children will love it here!
Price From:£17,000 for 3 nights.
There is one master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and incredible views over the Glen and the River Feshie, three unique en-suite double bedrooms, one large en-suite single room, and two further single rooms. In addition to these bedrooms there is what is known as a ‘pilot-room’ intended for travelling staff. Each of the bedrooms boast open views of the Highland and are spacious.
The décor here is rather traditional and much of it was originally made by Ralph Lauren specifically for the lodge. As you enter through the main door you will be greeted by a large hallway that leads onto a fantastic historic dining room and a spacious tartan drawing room with a large stone fireplace both boasting views overlooking the stunning glen.
service & extras
A fully catered retreat (breakfast, packed or light lunch, light afternoon tea and a 3-course dinner), house wine included, daily housekeeping and a hospitality team to look after your every need.
Have a day out with ‘the boys’ – the experienced game keepers who will take you for an unforgettable day out on the estate. “The boys” will be able to find you spot to either shoot or admire the wildlife. Or you can ask for a pony picnic that will take you to some of the most beautiful spots in the Highlands. Go hiking in the hills, or fishing, or freewheeling down a dirt track, or swimming in an icy river, or just gaze up at the sky as a bird of prey soars high above.
Glenfeshie Estate belongs to WildLand Limited a company committed to delivering landscape conservation in the Scottish Highlands. They have a 200 year vision to re-wild the area, re-establish native woodlands, restore peatlands, wetlands and rivers and at the same time build support and understanding locally, nationally and internationally. By staying here you are supporting nature and allowing it a chance to fight back.
The Glenfeshie Estate
When visiting Glenfeshie Estate you have the opportunity to experience a wild landscape in the making.
The 45,000 acres of landscape boasts Ancient Caledonian woodlands intersected by sparkling rivers and lochs, surrounding a mountain-massif which is the most extensive and wildest of its kind in Britain. It is a place where Golden Eagles soar, wildcats prowl and red squirrels forage. Glenfeshie is home to plants, birds and mammals found in only a few other places.
Glenfeshie Estate is in Cairngorms National Park in the heart of the Scottish Highlands.It's accessible from all major Scottish airports including Glasgow international, Edinburgh and Aberdeen – under 3 hours drive from the lodge. Inverness is the nearest airport a short 1 hour drive away and has excellent connecting flights.