Loch Na Bo house sits on the edge of a hidden loch between Aberdeen and Inverness. It is one of Scotland's most historic and special properties and is available for rental for groups looking for somewhere truly unique.
Recently renovated from a very special family home to a very unique holiday destination, Loch Na Bo is looking forward to welcoming guests.
The large family home sits on the banks of Loch Na Bo, surrounded by 800 acres of woodland, wildlife and stunning walks.
This elegant house comprises drawing room (with door to walled garden and small summer house/barbecue), dining room for 12 (plus additional smaller table for little ones), study, large kitchen and adjoining breakfast room (French doors to loch and gardens with spectacular views), six bedrooms each with own bathroom, large utility room, and additional smaller kitchen.
Maximum capacity is 11 or 12, depending on how many would like to squeeze into the Scots double. All the rooms overlook the breathtaking 40-acre loch, surrounded by mature native trees and acres of ancient woodland.
Like to relax outdoors? Take your pick from the abundance of seating areas. The beautiful Flora Margaret courtyard which comes directly off of the drawing room is the perfect spot to sit and enjoy some sundowners while watching the evening wildlife.
Guests can also look forward to using the homes private jetty, rowing boats and seating area on the loch which includes a working chiminea.
Loch-na-Bo has been lovingly-owned by the same family for over a hundred years and has a rich and vibrant history. While this is a truly special and spectacular property, we want to make guests aware that is it a family home and comes with the usual quirks and period features you would expect of a house this age. If you are looking for somewhere perfectly located to the Spey, Scotland's top distilleries and some of the best walks in the area and have a large group to accommodate - this is the place for you!
Activities include loch-fishing for wild brown trout, golf (Maverston and Moray links courses a very short drive), riding at adjacent Cranloch Riding Centre, mountain bikes, clays and archery available, miles of woodland walks, hiking, wildlife watching, beaches. Local interests include nearby Gordon Castle, Johnstons of Elgin, a multitude of distilleries, racing at Elgin Kartway, and Cawdor Castle and Culloden not too far away. One or two well-behaved and medium-size dogs welcome to stay in the boot room for an additional cost.
We look forward to welcoming you, and sharing this unique home and extraordinary place.
Need a private chef? There is an annexe perfectly suited for a chef. Please advise if you will be bringing your own or would like this to be arranged.
Surrounded by the incredible Moray coastline, the house has some of Scotland's most beautiful scenery on it#d doorstep. The ity of Elgin is just 5 minutes away and Aberdeen just 1 hour