5-Star Luxurious, secluded Highland lodge for 6 - 8 guests

Weiroch Lodge is a former 18th century mill which has been renovated to provide luxury accommodation in a stunning location. Adjacent to the River Spey (for Salmon and trout fishing), and next to over 800-acres of pine forest, there is an abundance of wildlife and miles of wonderful walks straight from the door. Weiroch is situated close to the Cairngorms National Park, and also on the Malt Whisky Trail with numerous world-famous distilleries close by, some within walking distance.

Weiroch Lodge

Weiroch Lodge, Marypark, Ballindalloch, Morayshire, North East Scotland

Weiroch Lodge offers luxury accommodation for 6-8 guests with rental reductions for smaller parties of 1-2 and 3-4 guests. The accommodation is let on a self-catering basis with optional cook and housekeeping services if required. Pets may be accepted although, out of consideration for other guests, certain criteria will apply.

The privacy and peaceful surroundings make a stay at Weiroch Lodge the perfect choice for those who seek a relaxing holiday away from the bustle of everyday life. Although set in quiet seclusion, Weiroch Lodge provides an ideal base for those wanting to be out and about as it is actually only a couple of minutes from the main A95 that gives easy access to the many attractions that Speyside has to offer.

For food, drink and shopping, Aberlour is 10-minutes away, Elgin just 30-minutes, and the city of Inverness about an hour’s drive. Salmon and trout fishing on the Spey, Findhorn and other local rivers can be arranged from Weiroch lodge by prior arrangement.

River Spey and view from fishing lodge

Weiroch Lodge nestles in the hills and forests of Speyside one of Scotland’s five whisky producing regions. Whisky lovers are spoilt for choice with many famous distilleries such as Glenfiddich, Glenlivet, Aberlour, Glenfarclas, Benromach and the new Macallan centre nearby.

The Cairngorms National Park is very close with incredible walking, scenic woodland and nature reserves to explore. Activities include watersports, snowsports, mountain biking, hill climbing, gorge walking and horse-riding.

The Moray Firth is a short drive away and famous for its pod of resident dolphins and seals that sunbathe along the coast. Pretty fishing villages are dotted along the picturesque coastline and the sandy beaches of Lossiemouth are well worth a visit.

Golf enthusiasts will find excellent golf courses within easy reach of Weiroch Lodge. These include Ballindalloch, Grantown on Spey, Nethy Bridge and the championship courses of Nairn and Royal Dornoch.

Other sightseeing opportunities include castles (Ballandalloch, Brodie, Cawdor and Balmoral) along with the Baxters Highland Village at Fochabers and the historic town of Elgin with its famous cashmere from Johnston’s of Elgin.

River Spey and view from fishing lodge
  • Sleeps – 6 to 8 guests
  • Reduced rates for parties
    of 1-2 and 3-4 guests
  • Bedrooms 3 (2 twin or superking,
    1 kingsize, 2 sofa beds)
  • Bathrooms – 4 (1 bathroom,
    two shower rooms all en-suite)
  • Downstairs cloakroom / WC
  • WiFi
  • Central heating
  • Wood burner
  • Washing machine and tumble dryer
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge and freezer
  • Neff oven
  • 5 burner gas hob
  • FreeSat TV, DVD
  • Fenced garden
  • Daily housekeeping on request
  • Catering on request
  • BBQ for hire
  • Dogs (max. 2) welcome by arrangement
  • Midway between Inverness and Aberdeen
  • On edge of Cairngorms National Park
  • On Malt Whisky Trail
  • Adjacent River Spey and Speyside Way
  • Fishing on River Spey and River Findhorn
  • Near Moray Firth coastline
  • Aberlour village 4 miles
  • Grantown on Spey 16 miles
  • Loch Ness, Inverness 45 miles
  • Dufftown Whisky and
    Heritage Centre 8 miles
  • Nairn Golf Club 30 miles
  • Aviemore and The Lecht
    Ski centres 35-minute drive
  • Next to Ballindalloch Castle and Gardens
  • Brodie Castle and
    Brodie Country Fayre 20 miles
  • Highland Games, Braemar – 45 miles
  • Balmoral Castle 40 miles
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comfortable large sitting room
dining room


Weiroch Lodge is a truly special place to stay. It is spacious, immaculately kept and full of little extras that demonstrate the owners commitment to guest comfort. From the plush tweed sofas around the wood burner to extra long beds and designer bed-linen this immaculate deluxe property is so exceptional you won’t want to leave.

On arrival the entrance/utility room has room for coats and boots along with a washing machine and tumble dryer.

The superb kitchen/dining room has large arched windows looking out over the Spey Valley with its rolling hills, forests and big skies. It would be impossible not to enjoy cooking in the well equipped kitchen and this is also a great room for bringing everyone together to eat sitting around the large antique table in comfortable cane chairs.

After a day out and about, you can sink into one of the large tweed sofas in the magnificent drawing room and catch up with the day’s activities while relaxing in front of the wood burner. Or pour a wee dram and choose a book to read from the vast selection within the antique bookcase that covers one wall. With antlers on the walls and amazing trompe l’oeil wall murals this fine room has the feel of a traditional Scottish shooting lodge.

Adjoining the sitting room, the sun room is decorated in traditional fabrics and is a great place to enjoy the tranquil surroundings and glorious views.

The bedrooms (one on the ground floor and two upstairs) have top quality beds and are beautifully furnished throughout. Two of the bedrooms have extra long continental beds which can be joined together to become superkings. Three modern, stylish en-suite bath/shower rooms all have heated towel rails and fluffy towels to add to the overall comfort of your stay at Weiroch Lodge. There are two large sofa beds and a 3ft fold-up J-bed for extra guests.


Weiroch is situated in the Scottish Highlands midway between Grantown on Spey and Aberlour. Local directions are sent before arrival date. Nearest airports are Aberdeen or Inverness, both about 1-hr drive away.

What's included:

Central heating and electricity

Bedlinen and towels

Initial supply of logs for woodburner


Children under 10-years may be accepted by prior arrangement

Dogs (two maximum) may be accepted by prior arrangement

Cost and availability:

Rental based on number of guests.
Lettings are normally from Sunday to Sunday (with off-peak exceptions).
A Good Housekeeping/Security deposit will be required.
Open all (except February when closed for Spring-cleaning).
Short breaks are available.
Catering and housekeeping services are available.
Please note: For guests with limited mobility, the master bedroom with en-suite bathroom is downstairs and the kitchen and drawing room are on one level so the accommodation may well meet your needs.

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Weiroch Lodge, Marypark, Ballindalloch, Morayshire, Speyside AB37 9BG

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