A classically built Victorian shooting lodge Redheugh has just undergone a major renovation to create a stylish and comfortable house. With tongue and groove lined exterior walls you might be forgiven for thinking this is a traditional shooting lodge but when you enter you will find a fascinating mix of fine antiques, wonderful artwork and unique style.

The 20,000 acres of grouse moor cover the three glens, Glenogil, Glen Moy and Glenqueich, and the Fern and Nathro beats. Years of very light shooting and the intensive management program have been rewarded with the spectacular seasons over the last few years with a number of days of 150 to 250 brace being shot. A limited number of days of driven grouse will be offered to full teams of 8 or 9 guns and we recommend booking well before “The Glorious Twelfth“ to ensure availability.

Redheugh Lodge sleeps a maximum of 18 with 9 individually designed en suite bedrooms where every luxury has been thought of. The public areas are spacious and sumptuous and the roaring open fire is a fine welcome when you return home. The kitchen is designed to the highest standard and has an Aga as well as convection ovens and gas hobs. The spacious dining room seats 18.

There is a separate 2 bedroom cottage at the rear that is not let separately but can be available as overflow or as cooks’ accommodation.

The house is located in the heart of Glenogil Estate and can be taken self-catered or alternatively with the services of the Estate chef and butler.