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Craig Alvah Lodge
Property: 5992 Aberdeenshire

Craig Alvah Lodge - 10x4m heated indoor pool


Sleeps: 14 + cot
Pets Allowed: No
Smoking Allowed: No

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  • 10x4m private indoor heated swimming pool.
  • Stunning location on a Scottish Salmon Fishing Estate.

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Stunning country lodge situated right at the top of the local beauty spot the Bridge of Alvah, with 5 en-suite bedrooms and indoor 10x4m private heated swimming pool.

Craig Alvah Lodge is simply self catering at its very best. Hulsta and B&B Italia beds and wardrobes, all en-suite with Matki and Daryl walk in rainshowers.
Villeroy & Boch and Laufen Allessi toilets and basins.
In the master en-suite a Kohler round Riverbath is the perfect way to relax.

Large kitchen and lounge area with Poggen Pohl kitchen and breakfast bar.
Rolf Benz dining and kitchen tables.

100m2 lounge with huge windows, with picture perfect views of the rolling countryside, a bar and large log burning fire.

Floor to ceiling windows in the kitchen seating area bringing the outside in.

Have breakfast watching the red squirrel having theirs on the feeders.

All bedrooms with 42inch LCD TVs and DVD players. Public areas have 52inch LCD TVs
2 sky boxes with full package piped to all bedrooms.

The lodge is the main property within our Salmon Fishing Estate in the North East of Scotland, secluded, remote but only 2 miles from the Moray Firth coast and the historic town of Banff and the fishing town of Macduff.

Red Squirrels and woodpeckers feed in the 3 acre mature garden everyday and rabbits live in the garden and can be seen close up from the floor to ceiling kitchen windows.
Deer,Foxes,Badgers,Pheasants regularly come to the garden.

Simply one of Scotland's very finest self catering properties offering stunning value for money.



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Photographs
Master Bedroom
Master Bedroom
Part of master en-suite
Part of master en-suite
Bridge of Alvah
Bridge of Alvah
Part of kitchen, seating area.
Part of kitchen, seating area.


Accommodation & Facilities

Sleeps: 14
Bedrooms: 6
Cot Available: Yes

Pets Allowed: No. 
Smoking Allowed: No. Smoking outposts a 2 outside doors.

Linen Provided: Yes. 

high quality linen



Central Heating: Yes.
Fuel type: Oil

Open Fire: Yes.  Fuel type: Wood

Disabled Facilities: No. 

Outdoor Facilities: Yes. 14ft sunken trampoline, golf practice net,Rainbow playsystem climbing frame with shoot and swings,football goals,fishing our Salmon,Sea Trout and trout water by arrangement

Local Services: All local services that come with 2 towns with 5000 populations 2 miles away.
Beautiful sandy beaches and stunning coastlines.



Standard Rates

Full weeks from £2350-£3750
3 night Fri to Mon £1450 to £1800
4 night Mon to Fri £1000-£1650

Christmas £2950 full week
New Year £3750 full week

£200 deposit at time of booking and balance due 8 weeks before arrival date





Directions

Banff can be reached from the South via Aberdeen (46 miles) or from the North via Inverness (66 miles).
For journeys from England, head for Glasgow but bypass it, following signs for North, Stirling, Dundee, Aberdeen.
Aberdeen, follow signs to Banff A947, passing through Newmachar, Oldmeldrum, Fyvie and Turriff.

Once you reach Banff, pass the golf course and football stadium, then turn left following signs for Huntly and Aberchirder A97, pass two mini roundabouts (second one is Fife Lodge Hotel entrance).
Go straight on for half a mile then turn left at Deer Park Farm (signpost is on the left and very easy to miss).
This is now a single track road. Continue straight on until road forks left or right.
Follow road to the right for ¾ mile until you come to a very large Wellingtonia tree (lucky “Penny tree” to locals) in the middle of the road.
Turn right through the gates of Craig Alvah Lodge and take a sharp left to Craig Cottage.

Glasgow 3 ½ hrs, Edinburgh 3 hrs, Manchester 7hrs, London 11 hrs

From Deer Park Farm please drive very carefully as this road is part of the walk from Duff House through the Wrack woodlands to the Bridge of Alvah and regularly has people walking and, as darkness comes, so do the wildlife deer, badgers, rabbits, foxes and other wildlife, so please drive very carefully.




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