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Kinloch

Sutherland

Kinloch – Wildland’s first major restoration – is, by virtue of its remoteness, vastness and sheer beauty, moving and inspiring in equal measure.

Kinloch

Sutherland

– Kinloch Lodge sleeps 12 –

– Fully catered, with personal chef and host on site –

– Kyle House sleeps 2 –

– Traditional Highland Activities –

– World class salmon, sea trout & brown trout –

– Designated a National Scenic Area (NSA) –

– Boat (RHIB) trips around the coast –

– Sea fishing –

Once a private lodge of the Duke of Sutherland, Kinloch – in the Kyle of Sutherland – has been restored to offer a fabulously eclectic blend of the Highlands and contemporary Scandi-style; a classic sporting lodge given a whole new lease of life.

With fields as far as the eye can see, rivers bordered by ever-increasing woodland, and set amidst some of Scotland’s most dramatic landscapes, this is the ideal retreat offering solitude and comfort up in the rugged north. Kinloch’s beautiful conservatory offers a view of the spectacular castellated north face of Ben Loyal, one of the Highlands’ most challenging and rewarding Munros – a mountain of over 3000’ – it’s the perfect base from which to stalk Red Deer and keep an eye open for Golden eagles flying above.

With space enough to sleep twelve, this magical place comes with its own housekeeper and chef, and a focus towards simple traditional fayre sourced locally and prepared fresh just for you. It’s all about the simple things; a place to relax with family, friends, or even to surround yourself with silence and solitude if that’s what you crave.

Kinloch is such a transcendently beautiful landscape it has already been designated a National Scenic Area (NSA). Embracing the sense of responsibility this imposes, we have a focused infrastructure plan that has successfully resolved the undergrounding of legacy telegraph pole power lines that currently span parts of the estate. The telegraph poles are few and the estate is huge, it’s unlikely you would ever see them. But, this work is one of those relatively small tasks we set ourselves that has the power to make a whole world of difference once completed.

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