Shieldaig Lodge is a 19th century Victorian Highland retreat nestled amid 26,000 acres of stunning West Highland scenery. The 12 boutique bedrooms are decked out with Highland hues and cosy fabrics, many offer loch-side views. Dining at the Lodge is a seasonal Scottish affair with many ingredients foraged from the kitchen garden.
What makes a stay at Shieldaig Lodge unique?
Shieldaig Lodge is on a grand Scottish estate with falconry and a selection of authentic Scottish experiences available, including: pony trekking, creel fishing, whisky blending, Highland hikes, breathtaking cycle trails and kayaking on the beautiful waters of Shieldaig Bay. Cosy log-fire lounges offer the opportunity to unwind and enjoy true Scottish hospitality.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Shieldaig Lodge?
The Lodge has 12 beautiful boutique bedrooms with many offering loch-side views. 1 single room, 4 double rooms with spectacular loch views, twin rooms can be made available upon request. The Suite has a freestanding bath tub and a separate living space with views out across the bay. Guests will find each room has homemade shortbread and refreshments.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Gairloch area?
Guests can take the 45 minute hike up to the magnificent Fairy Lochs and witness dramatic mountainous landscape and the historic site of the Crashed Bomber, wreckage from a WW2 American war plane. Red Point Beach is a beautiful beach less than 20 minutes drive from the Lodge, providing views across to the Isle of Skye. Faraway Beach, one of the Queen's favourites is a short drive away.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
In the dining room with fabulous loch-side views, guests can enjoy candle-lit dining from an a la carte or special tasting menu creating a quiet, calm ambiance. Head Chef, Jerome Prodanu serves fresh seasonal produce using ingredients grown in the hotel grounds with a menu that changes on a daily basis.