Bed and Breakfast

The only accommodation on shores of Loch Assynt, Sutherland, Scotland
Bed and Breakfast accommodation (optional dinner)
Inverness and Inverness Airport 100 miles approx.
Ullapool 40 miles approx.

Loch Assynt
Ruddyglow Park Cabin

Above; Loch Assynt. Ruddyglow Park is behind a hill on the horizon in the middle.

Location map

Ruddyglow Park Lodge
Loch Assynt
By Lairg

5 stars 5 star Highland B&B

Ruddyglow Park Cabin

"The Lodge is something quite different and just a little bit special."

The Lodge at Ruddyglow Park is a wooden cabin set on a small hillock just to the side of the main house, Ruddyglow Park bed and breakfast. Patricia Filmer Sankey writes:

"I have tried to incorporate as many ecologically friendly touches without compromising, in any way, on luxury and quality. The en-suite bathroom has a massive two meter Villeroy & Boch bath that's just perfect for two! Lovely Marmolium flooring, made from Linseeds, Farrow and Ball wall paints and purely sensual modal towels, which are a blend of natural cotton and Beachwood, thick Christy modal dressing gowns and a selection of organic bathroom products all go to make it a truly wonderful place to stay. The main room is large and airy with beautiful honey gold beams, and pale walls, an ultra-comfortable, king-size bed. There is a small fire for the cold chilly nights, satellite television, DVD player, radio and CD player."

The lodge is warm and cosy in winter too.

The Lodge has has magnificent views over the trees, gardens and Loch Leiter Easaich and from the same big window you can also glimpse Loch Assynt. Leiter Easaich is very pretty loch, great for fishing, or just going out in a boat. Around part of the shoreline there is a good path suitable for walkers of all abilities. Patricia is happy to give advice and ideas about how to make the best of your stay. Fishing permits, and bespoke walking tours and other activities can be arranged.


Bedroom Bedroom
Shower Bathroom

Above left and right;
Two views of the bedroom/living area.

Luxury pure goose-down duvet, the finest Egyptian cotton sheets, orthopaedic mattress with a medium to firm support.

DVD, CD, MP3 Player and tea/coffee making facilities.

The bathroom has a bath, power shower over, thick bathrobes and towels, good quality bathroom products, hairdryer and other essential bathroom items.


The breakfast table

It's about a 25 yard walk down to Ruddyglow Park for breakfast.

The breakfast table in the dining room.

Breakfast can be as extensive and as substantial as you like. A cooked breakfast with all the trimmings (Venison sausages are a must) or fish, or cheese and cold meat or delicious vegetarian alternatives.

Dinner (optional, advance notice required) is equally home-made and substantial and yummy.

Soups, local deep-dived scallops, venison roasts, trifles and puddings.

Patricia is an excellent and intuitive cook and she uses mostly organic and local produce. You will be well looked after!

Note! See: Ruddyglow Park bed and breakfast for more about the house.


View from the garden

Loch Assynt from the garden.

See the Ruddyglow Park website for the tariff information where you can also see availability and book online.

Do not hesitate to ring Patricia to ask her more details or tell her about your requirements. Special packages are always available. (Tel: 01571 822216)

For sporting guests there is a drying room, rod room, secure gun cabinet and freezer available. Children over the age of 14 years are welcome.

No pets in the house, please, – but the outdoor kennel can be used and dogs may run freely and securely about the garden.

To enquire or to book:

View of the house

Your breakfast destination: Ruddyglow Park is only about 25 yards from the Lodge.

Please contact:
Patricia Filmer Sankey

Ruddyglow Park
Loch Assynt
By Lairg
IV27 4HB
Scotland, UK

Tel: 01571 822216
Fax:01571 822216
or from outside the UK:
Tel: 44 1571 822216
Fax: 44 1571 822216

Please tell Patricia you found the Lodge through About Scotland!

Lodge photographs on this page, courtesy of Martin Morrison.

Map of the area:

The landscape of this most sparsely populated area of Europe is formed by an extraordinary geological past.

Map of the area

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