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Reviewed September 7, 2015

East Rhidorroch Lodge is a step away from the norm, a digital detox and what a detox – breath-taking scenery, a warm welcome and great fun. You have to work at it though!! It’s 25mins down a track that a 4x4 would glide over, it was no problem for our Ford Galaxy, though we do wish we’d had a 4x4 to explore further than the lodge. Iona & Julian will take you up to the lodge in theirs, though it would have been good to have our own. We knew this before and it didn’t reduce our experience.

The lodge is comfortable, and well used though not in need of updating, as its’ charm shines through in its setup. You have all the mod cons you’d need (though no toaster!!), and obviously no TV/Wi-Fi. It has plenty of bedrooms and bathrooms that our party (6 adults & 4 children under 3.5yrs) had no problems. We didn’t take a cook with us on this trip and in hindsight this might have made the holiday easier as there is no dishwasher!!

Activities-wise some of our party went on a successful days stalking and otherwise days were spent playing around in the river/lochs, catching trout and throwing rocks. We didn’t salmon fish as the river was too low and it’s a good trek to get there also. We had a lovely day up at Loch an Daimh where there is a Bothie to set up a basecamp and with an outboard (from the lodge) we were able to set about catching more trout. All in all over our week we caught around 20 with the largest being ¾ lbs. We had days out in Ullapool and nearby white sand beaches – Achitibuie & Achmelvich.

Iona, Julian & Maddy looked after us so well and made our experience all the better. East Rhiddorch is a magical place that I hope we’ll visit again.

  • Stayed: September 2015, travelled with family
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Thank alcameron21
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Reviewed June 9, 2015

Back again this year 2015 may half term...Maddie, Iona,Julian as always made us very welcome...our son James had a great time being involved in the farm work,,,even said "i dont think i need my i pad"..wow!!!
If you are looking for a clean, well kept Isolated cottage this is for you...The walking is stunning...A must. Visit Rhue gallery James Hawkins..."STUNNING"

Stayed: May 2015
Thank firkin-jeffery
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