Wildland’s vision is to realise a loving restoration of this former manse in the heart of Tongue to become a cool and stylish boutique guesthouse – and to position it as a key stopover destination on Scotland’s North Coast 500 route.
– House and studio bedrooms sleeps 16 –
– Idyllic for the Scotland’s North Coast 500 route –
– Individual room booking and exclusive hire –
– The Bothan self-catered flat –
– Food dining experiences indoors and out –
– Self guided activities and outdoor pursuits –
Inspired by a deep sense of place, community and by the beauty of its location, Lundies House is a guesthouse of a very special kind. Here refined interiors and a profound sense of comfort combine to create a house of simple beauty and stillness to which you arrive to relax, explore and enjoy the magnificent surrounding countryside and landscape. Nestled between some of the most famous bens in Scotland, Lundies House looks over stone walls towards the ruins of Caisteal Bharraich as the landscape opens into Kyle of Tongue and Tongue Bay.
The main house, a converted B-listed manse will provide accommodation for up to 16 people in 3 double bedrooms and 1 top floor apartment. In addition, the house’s steadings have been converted and remodelled to provide a further 3 contemporary courtyard studios, a semi self-contained cosy apartment, outdoor summer eating area and motorbike parking.
Formerly known as the Tongue Manse the house was built it 1842. Latterly the house became known as Lundies locally, named after the Reverend Lundie who was one of the first ministers to live in the building. Today the former manse is recognised as a category B listed building, adjacent to the A listed St. Andrew’s Church where the good reverend preached.
If you would like to booking a stay at Lundies please email email@example.com where one of our bookings team will be more than happy to help.
Our ambition is for Lundies House to become a landmark asset for its community, bringing revenue into the local economy and providing quality jobs for the people of Tongue and surrounding villages.