Once a sporting lodge, now an impressively designed retreat for groups with a taste for the understatedly luxurious and the opportunity to do little, or lots. Rooms are large, light and super-comfortable with great views and works of art; there’s a separate bothy, a Scandinavian-style kitchen-with-everything; a wood-panelled dining room and everywhere arts and craft touches in the Scottish style.
Clubs are provided for golfers on the lodge’s own 9-hole, par 28 course. Take a spin on the bikes, and some of Will’s choice 100+ local walks. Compete with the ospreys for a trout from the pond – rods are provided, as are racquets and balls for the all-weather court.
Soak away any aches in the hot tub; summer dining out on the wide stone terrace is a treat, so is sitting by one of the log fires, maybe with a dram from the Speyside or Dalwhinnie distillery.