Kerrow House in Glen Affric is a traditional Georgian hunting lodge that dates from around 1770 and was built for the Chisholm family.
The house was further extended in the 1800ís, but by the middle of the 20th century had been sold and for a period became home to the celebrated Highland author Neil Gunn. It was here that the author wrote his last three novels.
The house is set in 12 acres of delightfully secluded woodland on the bank of the River Glass at Strathglass, between the villages of Cannich and the conservation village of Tomich. This area often referred to as the Gateway to Glen Affric, one of the most beautiful and unspoilt wilderness areas of Scotland.
Today the house is available for quality B&B accommodation, with self-catering cottages, chalets and lodges hidden away in the grounds.
It is an ideal base for touring and enjoying some of Scotland's finest glens and mountain scenery, notably Loch Ness and Urquhart Castle.
The Isle of Skye on the west coast is only two hours by car. Closer to home, for fishermen there is three and half miles of brown trout riverbank fishing on the doorstep.
All the self catering properties have been refurbished and up-graded recently to ensure a high standard of holiday accommodation.
Both the self catering properties, and our Bed & Breakfast rooms in Kerrow House are available throughout most of the year, being warm and well insulated for guests' comfort.
We have a 'pets welcome' policy, but ask that they are kept under reasonable control at all times and are not left unattended in the cottages. Guest are also asked to provide a bed for their pet. There is a surcharge of £30 per pet.