Kinloch Lodge is now available on a fully catered basis and can accommodate up to 14 guests and the accommodation has been upgraded to a high standard. The Kinloch Estate extends to nearly 20,000 acres and rises from sea level at the Kyle of Tongue to over 3,000 feet on majestic Ben Hope, the most northerly Munro. Originally owned by the Dukes of Sutherland, it was sold in 1919 as part of the massive land disposal by the Duke of Sutherland at the end of the Great War.

The area is renowned as of outstanding natural beauty and the Estate has several Sites of Special Scientific Interest. It also enjoys salmon and sea trout fishing on the whole of the River Kinloch, wonderful trout fishing on the many attractive and easily accessible hill lochs, sea fishing on the Kyle of Tongue, excellent stag and hind stalking and the occasional roe buck, grouse, ptarmigan, woodcock, snipe and wild goose or duck. Durness, the northernmost golf course (9 holes) on the British mainland and spectacularly beautiful, is about forty minutes driving to the west.

The lettings are from Sunday to Sunday, but outgoing tenants are asked to leave the Lodge by 10.00 a.m. on the day of departure and incoming tenants should not arrive before 4.00 p.m. on the same day, to allow for cleaning.