Plodda Falls Lodge
Self Catering Lodge Guisachan by Tomich
Plodda Falls Lodge, Guisachan, By Tomich, Strathglass, Inverness-shire, IV4 7LY
Plodda Falls Lodge is set in a truly unique location. Adjacent to the Glen Affric National Nature Reserve, with National Scenic Areas and Designated Wild Land. It is amidst the most spectacular scenery in the Highlands of Scotland
Two miles further on from the Victorian Conservation village of Tomich, Plodda Falls Lodge is in a wonderful location, close to the magnificent Plodda Falls.
Located away from any roads with 'out of the door walking', uninterrupted in any direction. You can walk on tracks for over thirty miles of unspoilt wilderness, through Glen Affric and on to the West Coast of Scotland.
This spectacular Lodge has a massive traditional timber door with original leaded arched window, original Victorian coat stands, twelve foot high ceilings, huge Douglas fir wooden beams, a wood burning stove set in a five foot high stone fireplace with enormous stone lintel, traditional Victorian fireplace, window seats, a wet room, magnificent hand carved wooden bed and fantastic views. Egyptian cotton linen and towels are provided.
Built in 1850, Plodda Falls Lodge once formed part of the historic Guisachan Estate, of Lord Tweedmouth, who built the listed model Victorian village of Tomich. Guisachan was the Highland retreat for painters like Landseer, was visited by Gladstone, Churchill, and many others, it is where the Golden Retriever was first bred. Offering an unrivalled location, and accommodates two to six guests.
The pretty garden is fenced, with garden furniture.
At Plodda Falls Lodge we welcome well behaved dogs.