Sleeps up to 2
Fall wildly in love in Britain’s last wilderness
Located on the stunning West Coast of Scotland – this ridiculously romantic bolthole for two has a stunning antique ciel de lit canopy bed with a supersized hot tub out front and one of the best hot tub views in the UK. Gaze across the stunning lochside setting on the West Coast of Scotland, across from the Small Isles & Isle of Skye. Watch otter feast at dawn, stags graze the hill and the occasional Golden Eagle in the Skye.
One of the best hot tub views in the UK
A self catering Studio Room for 2 guests with access to a large beachcomber hot tub set at a constant 40 degrees. The main house has regularly featured in magazines, photo shoots and travel articles from Condé Nast Traveller, Guardian, Telegraph, Scotsman and The Scotand on Sunday. One well behaved pet welcome by prior arrangement.
Knoydart House has won numerous awards and accolades ‘Luxury Scottish Winter Retreats’ , The Times roundup of ‘Best Scottish Hideaways’, to Scotland’s Homes & Interiors magazine, Departures In Flight Magazine, Scottish Field, Perfect Weddings and more. Featuring in The Travel Show, The Telegraph, The Guardian, The Scotsman, The Times, Lux magazine and until Jan this year was a large award winning designer lodge sleeping 10. We are thrilled to be able to offer the Studio Room out as an exclusive offering just for two guests looking for a special stay away from it all, while the main house, separate to the Studio Room, is now our family home.
Stunning sealoch location
A gorgeous super king bed (twin or a super king double) to suit with a romantic french canopy bed, en suite w.c and monsoon style shower. Designed to make the most of our stunning location it has large french windows which open out onto your own decking area, perfect for nightcaps under the milky way or breakfast al fresco. Direct sea loch views and a well equipped mini kitchen perfect for some quiet time together on Knoydart.
Furnished throughout to a very high standard with antique pieces, family pieces and art by local artists on the walls.
Complete with a bespoke fitted luxury small kitchenette the Studio Room has its own external entrance and separate french sliding doors out onto its own decking area. Towels and hot tub towels are provided as well as nespresso pods for your coffee machine, Highland Organics hand soap and hand lotion dispensers for your complimentary use, plus beautiful white crisp linen for a perfect nights sleep Luxury accommodation on Knoydart for up to 2 guests.
With impressive views of the serene Loch Nevis waters and tucked just above the village of Inverie Knoydart Studio Room is the perfect place for an escape for two for a short break or romantic escape. Accessible only by foot or by boat, Scotland’s Knoydart peninsula is one of the most remote areas in the UK and is known for its rugged wilderness, unspoiled wildlife and incredible natural beauty.
Peaceful wildlife haven
Designed to make the most of its magical setting and with an elevated position amid private woodland, the Studio Room offers an escape just for two from the hustle and bustle of modern day life. Complimentary high speed satellite wifi, panasonic tv, dvd player and bose bluetooth sound dock keep you connected during your escape. Breath-taking woodland, loch and wildflower views offers no better place to see untouched nature at its very best.
The open plan studio room mixes sleek Italian stone flooring and modern underfloor heating with a huge canopied bed.
In house massages available
Outside the Studio Room you’ll find a decking area and outdoor furniture which takes you round to the luxurious outdoor hot tub where you can enjoy unparalleled views across Loch nevis, Gaelic for heaven . Set at a constant 40 degrees, the tub has inspirational Loch and woodland views and is the perfect spot for gazing at the clear starry night skies. For an added piece of indulgence, the Studio Room also has an exceptional in-house team that can treat you to a soothing massage and prepare a seafood platter with fruits de mer from our loch by prior arrangement.
Home to 120 residents, the area is ideal for an intimate and relaxing break where you can enjoy magnificent Munro mountain walks, wonderful woodland forages and idyllic shoreline strolls. Here, ranger walks can guide you to some of the local wildlife hotspots where roe deer, stags, otters and dolphins share your tranquil surrounds.
Local water taxis can also whisk you across to the Isle of Skye or Inner Hebrides to visit the small isles of Rum, Muck, Eigg and Canna. Knoydart is thriving highland community of 124 residents with local tearoom and pottery, craft shop, post office, farm shop and local dining out options, where you can sample estate venison, fresh langoustines, lobster and hand dived scallops landed straight from their loch. Knoydart is also known for being home to the remotest pub mainland Britain – Guinness Book of Records.
Fresh Seafood Platter in-house service
One of the highlights for guests is tasting the fresh creel caught langoustines, fresh mussels, cold and hot smoked salmon and the freshest of hand dived scallops caught that morning. Why not pre-book a Hide Seafood Platter and have it delivered to your doorfor an indulgent West Coast culinary experience.
Knoydart Hide couples E-Bikes
Explorte the rough bounds of Knoydart in style on two High spec Trek Powerfly 5 E-bikes which are available exclusively for guests to hire; delivered to your door on request.
4 x 4 Wilderness Landrover Tours and Private Stargazing Experiences
Book a private 4 x 4 landrover tour to learn about the highland estate once home to 2000 who were cleared off in the Highland Clearances to Canada, Spot the red deer and otters or look out for the ruin settlements and runrigging or lazybeds etched on the hillside. Your knowledgeable guide will show you the signts and hidden corners of Knoydart.There is also a resident astronomer who can be booked for stagazing evenings on request; introductions to our stunning night sky for beginners and beyond wher you can witness the milky way, planet activity and nebular clusters above.
Knoydart, although beautifully remote (think Outlander), is actually very easy to get to with amazing fast water taxi connections by high powered catamaran zipping across Loch Nevis several times a day, seven days a week. All water taxis tie in with train times and sleeper connections which offer excellent links from London to Mallaig. Catch the Jacobite steam train made famous in the flying car chase scene over the spectacular Glenfinnan viaduct by a well known wizard in Harry Potter!) You can leave any Scottish city at late lunchtime and be kicking back in the hot tub looking at the Milky way by 7pm!