We currently have 21 en suite bedrooms, ....
18 twin/double and 3 singles. Four of the rooms are on the ground floor, the other seventeen are on the first floor up two sets of stairs. Regrettably, there is no elevator. All the bedrooms have en suite facilities with bath/shower combined, television, tea & coffee making facilities and beautiful views of either Strathconon and the mountains beyond or the rear lawn and mature woodlands. As with any old house all of the bedrooms are different sizes and shapes, this is also true for the en suite bathrooms.
Although all of the rooms are en-suite, most of the bathrooms are quite dated. We do, however, pride ourselves on their cleanliness and abundant supply of hot water. All of the bedrooms and public areas are non-smoking.
We have two types of rooms, Small Doubles and larger King/Twin rooms, the latter having beds made up with zip & link method giving you a choice of a king or twin beds. With both of these room types you have either a garden-view over the parking area and entrance or the preferred mountain-view over the lawns at the rear of the building to the mountains of Strathconon.
If you're looking for some extra luxury we offer 2 newly refurbished rooms located at the top of the house, the Superior King/Twin and our Master Bedroom. Both have west facing views over manicured lawns that host that the golf practice area and the formidable Strathconon mountains beyond. These rooms are spacious and beautifully furnished with deep pile carpet, large flatscreen TV and seating area. The Master Bedroom features a magnificent 4 poster bed and a Chesterfield sofa bed sleeping an extra adult or 2 children. Both rooms have luxury bathrooms with mood lighting, high ceilings, plenty of shelf space, roll top bath tub, and separate high pressure walk-in shower with rain forest shower head and heated ceramic marble floor tiles. The Master Bedroom even features his and hers sinks and a TV in the bathroom to enjoy while you soak in the bath.
Many of our repeat guests have their favourite room, whether it for its accessibility to the outside to let the dog out or for the commanding views down the glen.