Historic shooting lodge converted into impressive rural getaway – complete with hot tub and piano


A HISTORIC Scots shooting lodge has been converted into an impressive rural getaway, offering 11 en-suite bedrooms, a hot tub and a piano.

Great North Lodges have today announced the opening of Muckrach Country House on Speyside in the Highlands of Scotland.

The house accommodates twenty-two guests and offers a luxury kitchen, library, BBQ, and a private bar with a piano.

Muckrach House at night
The house was originally build in 1860 as a shooting lodge for clan Grant.

The house was built in the historic whisky region of Speyside in 1860 and was originally a shooting Lodge for clan Grant.

The house is located near the small village of Dulnain Bridge within the Cairngorms National Park, just 12 miles from the village of Aviemore.

Great North Lodges hosts a variety of self-catering lodges in locations across the Cairngorms and the rest of Scotland.

Situated near the 70-mile-long famous Speyside Malt Whisky Trail, it’s location in the heart of the highlands offers itself to further adventure.