Here at Oak Lodge we would like to make your stay as relaxing and comfortable as possible, in our large four star luxurious en-suite bedrooms, with complimentary toiletries, TV/DVD, radio alarm clock with ipod dock and tea, coffee, hot chocolate, and fruit tea making facilities.
A first floor beautiful bedroom overlooking, the stunning views of Loch Shin, with a very comfortable king size bed, dressed with Next modern romance bedding. A double walk in wardrobe and a six drawer chest. Loch Views luxury en-suite consists of a very large shower, toilet and hand basin with a led lit mirror.
Another first floor stunning double bedroom with an additional single bed overlooking Shin Forest, with the two beds dressed with tartan covers, a double walk in wardrobe and a six drawer chest. Forest View has a luxury en-suite consisting of a full size bath with shower and screen, toilet and hand basin with a led lit mirror.
A ground floor stunning family bedroom with a standard double and two single beds overlooking Loch Shin, with the beds dressed in stag pattern covers, a double walk in wardrobe and a six drawer chest. Mountain View has a luxury en-suite consisting of a full size bath with shower and screen, toilet and hand basin with a led lit mirror.
Oak Lodge has a large comfortable lounge for your own use, overlooking the beautiful views of Loch Shin, with two comfortable sofa’s ,a two seater and a three seater and foot stool. A 50” TV with freeview and a large selection of books, puzzles and maps for you to plan your great days out exploring the beautiful surroundings of the Highlands.
Our large breakfast room overlooks Shin Forest, where you can enjoy your most important meal of the day, your breakfast whist watching the vast array of birds and amazing wildlife. View our stunning 9ft x 3ft handpainted oil painting of Mount Everest painted by a Sherpa from Nepal.
Here at Oak Lodge we have an amazing gallery stair case between the lounge and the breakfast room all made from re-cycled solid oak timber from an ocean liner which used to be docked in Liverpool. The stair case leading down to a wonderful open fire. On display the ship’s wheel, engine telegraph, a propeller mounted into a glass top table and ship’s bell.