Ossian Lodge - Private Rentals - Adams & Butler

Ossian House

Fort William, Scotland

Highlights

  • Accommodates up to 14 Adults & 14 Kids
  • Perfect for Family Gatherings and Groups of Friends

Fort William, Scotland

7 individually designed bedrooms & 14 bunk-beds for kids

Uniquely designed and great for families

Property overview

This is an exceptional 5-star luxury rural retreat in the Scottish Highlands. Ossian House is without doubt one of the most unique homes in the Scottish Highlands, but it is the human touch which truly sets aside the Lodge experience. From the moment you arrive you will experience a warmth of hospitality unmatched. Sleeps up to 14 adults in 7 double bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms and up to 14 children in a fabulous bunk room designed as a pirate ship.

Accommodation

The lodge has seven ensuite bedrooms and a bunk room for fourteen children designed by Pinewood Studios. The dining hall seats 40 and there are beautiful sitting rooms, relaxing quiet libraries and studies, as well as a games rooms, traditional Swedish sauna, and a rooftop hot tub. The Great Hall is wonderfully spacious and comfortable room with a roaring fire! A great place to relax and indulge in afternoon tea while planning the next adventure overlooked by the splendid 17th century Beauvais tapestry. With the Conservatory being another lovely room to relax in with a panoramic glass roof connecting you to the beauty of the estate. The room is full of books and there is a large table should you like to challenge yourself to a jigsaw or even do some painting whilst inspired by your surroundings. A wonderful peaceful and bright room. Lastly, the games room in the basement accessed by a secret door from the Great Hall! Downstairs here they have a secluded room that has pool, table tennis, a selection of board games and our billiard table.

Location

Serene and tranquil, extraordinary and exhilarating. The Scottish Highlands has got it all, and with the North Coast 500, you can devour it all in one scenic and incredible trip. The North Coast 500 is Scotland’s, and arguably Europe’s, answer to Route 66. The route is a circuitous scenic 516-mile trip around the breath-taking coast and through must-visit destinations. While you can start your trip from any starting point you like, Inverness Castle is typically considered the beginning and the end, building up the expectation of the sights you will see on your journey and as a majestic final destination to celebrate your tour of the long, winding roads. The rugged Highlands and the endless coast and picturesque beaches are a reason in itself to go and marvel at the natural beauty. There is ample wildlife spotting, from dolphins, seals, puffins, deer and birdlife, notably some incredible birds of prey. The route is scattered with stunning castles and mysterious ruins to wander around and let your imagination run wild. Not only this, you will receive the finest Scottish hospitality, with attractive and welcoming places to stay and some of the best eateries where you can sample culinary marvels and local seafood. Your journey will also take you to some excellent distilleries for whisky or gin so that you can sample truly everything that Scotland has to other. Bringing your camera is a must as you will discover picturesque scenes and sights that you will never have imagined.

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Ossian House

Fort William, Scotland

Highlights

  • Accommodates up to 14 Adults & 14 Kids
  • Perfect for Family Gatherings and Groups of Friends

Fort William, Scotland

7 individually designed bedrooms & 14 bunk-beds for kids

Uniquely designed and great for families

Property overview

This is an exceptional 5-star luxury rural retreat in the Scottish Highlands. Ossian House is without doubt one of the most unique homes in the Scottish Highlands, but it is the human touch which truly sets aside the Lodge experience. From the moment you arrive you will experience a warmth of hospitality unmatched. Sleeps up to 14 adults in 7 double bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms and up to 14 children in a fabulous bunk room designed as a pirate ship.

Accommodation

The lodge has seven ensuite bedrooms and a bunk room for fourteen children designed by Pinewood Studios. The dining hall seats 40 and there are beautiful sitting rooms, relaxing quiet libraries and studies, as well as a games rooms, traditional Swedish sauna, and a rooftop hot tub. The Great Hall is wonderfully spacious and comfortable room with a roaring fire! A great place to relax and indulge in afternoon tea while planning the next adventure overlooked by the splendid 17th century Beauvais tapestry. With the Conservatory being another lovely room to relax in with a panoramic glass roof connecting you to the beauty of the estate. The room is full of books and there is a large table should you like to challenge yourself to a jigsaw or even do some painting whilst inspired by your surroundings. A wonderful peaceful and bright room. Lastly, the games room in the basement accessed by a secret door from the Great Hall! Downstairs here they have a secluded room that has pool, table tennis, a selection of board games and our billiard table.

Location

Serene and tranquil, extraordinary and exhilarating. The Scottish Highlands has got it all, and with the North Coast 500, you can devour it all in one scenic and incredible trip. The North Coast 500 is Scotland’s, and arguably Europe’s, answer to Route 66. The route is a circuitous scenic 516-mile trip around the breath-taking coast and through must-visit destinations. While you can start your trip from any starting point you like, Inverness Castle is typically considered the beginning and the end, building up the expectation of the sights you will see on your journey and as a majestic final destination to celebrate your tour of the long, winding roads. The rugged Highlands and the endless coast and picturesque beaches are a reason in itself to go and marvel at the natural beauty. There is ample wildlife spotting, from dolphins, seals, puffins, deer and birdlife, notably some incredible birds of prey. The route is scattered with stunning castles and mysterious ruins to wander around and let your imagination run wild. Not only this, you will receive the finest Scottish hospitality, with attractive and welcoming places to stay and some of the best eateries where you can sample culinary marvels and local seafood. Your journey will also take you to some excellent distilleries for whisky or gin so that you can sample truly everything that Scotland has to other. Bringing your camera is a must as you will discover picturesque scenes and sights that you will never have imagined.

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Designers

Our team of highly experienced travel designers will guide you from beginning to end as you embark on a tailor-made journey of distinction, enjoying truly exclusive and authentic cultural experiences. We can fulfil your bucket-list dreams.

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