Kerrow House, in Glen Affric, is a traditional Georgian hunting lodge that dates from around 1770. The house was further extended in the 1800’s, but by the middle of the 20th century had been sold and for a period became home to the celebrated Highland author Neil Gunn.
The house is within 12 acres of delightfully secluded woodland on the bank of the River Glass at Strathglass, between the villages of Cannich and the conservation village of Tomich. This area, often referred to as the Gateway to Glen Affric, one of the most beautiful and unspoilt wilderness areas of Scotland. Today the house is available for quality B&B accommodation, with self-catering cottages, chalets and lodges hidden away in the grounds.
A self-contained wing of Kerrow House, with a private entrance, Stalker's provides spacious accommodation for up to seven people in two double, one twin, and one single rooms. Traditionally furnished in line with the character of the main house, it copes with large families in a comfortable, country-house style.
The cosy living room has a wood-burning stove, and the large farmhouse kitchen is fully equipped. An adjacent scullery provides clothes-washing facilities.
There's a 'real log fire', central heating, free Trout fishing on site.
Pets are welcome, with a surcharge of £30 per dog: the owners have a pets-welcome policy but ask that dogs must not be left unattended in the cottages and that they are under reasonable control at all times.