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Hunting lodge to luxury guest house

Pool House

Built long ago, Pool House has seen many occupants come and go.
It has changed quite a bit over the years, extensions here and alterations there, but this time things are different, renovated to the height of its former glory and lovingly looked after.

Here you'll discover accommodation rarely found in the Highlands or in fact anywhere in Scotland. Pool House reflects a passion for eclectic opulence. All our rooms have been lovingly themed and furnished with antiques and curios from around the world. Many rooms have been painstakingly hand painted and gilded, all of which reveals the depth of regard the family have for the house.

Your bedroom will be furnished with an eclectic mix of proper antique furniture and contemporary pieces. Each room has a deliciously squidgy sofa or two armchairs and some have working fireplaces. It’s everything you’d expect of a boutique hotel with all the comfort of a real family country house. It will be your home as well as ours.

We regret that as Pool House is a historic building we are unable to provide disabled access.

drawing room

The Drawing Room

Expansive views across Loch Ewe make this room perfect for a spot of bird, seal or otter watching. Alternatively, cosy up in front of the fire with a book from our library.

main dining room

The Dining Room

Dine beneath a ceiling bejewelled with hundreds of hand-painted stars and enjoy the sunset over Loch Ewe. Our award-winning breakfast menu should prepare you for a day touring the local area, and you should find the perfect complement to your evening meal on our extensive wine list.

Bramble bed


Our suite at the top of the house. Light, airy, a tranquil haven adorned with silks, hand-painted walls and French antiques.

Diadem bed


This majestic suite features the largest bed in the house, expansive sea views, working fireplace and 1912 canopied claw foot bath and overhead shower.

Claw foot bath


Decorated on an Italian Renaissance theme, this romantic suite includes a Victorian four poster bed, working fireplace, and private balcony looking out over Loch Ewe.

The Henry Bacon Room

See more of The House

From our chivalric reception area with hand-painted crusaders to our art-rich corridors adorned with the stunning landscapes of artist John Watling, Pool House is a "visual feast for the senses" - Scotland on Sunday.

The Barbeque hut in the garden

The Garden

Our garden on the shoreline offers plenty of colour during the warmer months, while our potager provides the kitchen with fresh herbs, salad leaves, berries and orchard fruit.