Craiganour is a traditional sporting and agricultural estate located north of Loch Rannoch in Highland Perthshire.
Extending to approximately 21,000 acres, the estate offers spectacular scenery and idyllic isolation while only an hour and half from Perth.
Shooting – Red Grouse – 12th August to approx 8th September
Deer Stalking/Hunting – Red Stags – 1st July to 20th October
Deer Stalking/Hunting – Red Hinds – 21st October to 15th February
Craiganour Lodge, situated in beautiful Perthshire, can comfortably accommodate large parties of up to eighteen guests throughout nine en-suite bedrooms. All bedrooms have their own character as well as wonderful views of the surrounding landscape.
Each bedroom has either double or twin beds, all with en-suite facilities. There are four double bedrooms and five twin bedrooms. If required, any of the twin bedrooms can be converted to double bedrooms. With a further bedroom located on the ground floor, full disabled access can be gained.
The dining room with open fire can accommodate up to 18.
The drawing room has an open fire and views to Schiehallion and Loch Rannoch.
The common room benefits from a range of facilities including a mini grand piano, plasma television with full Sky package, and a Bose DVD player with surround sound system.
The patio and outdoor seating area overlooking the croquet lawn, is the perfect location to soak up the surroundings and enjoy the tranquillity when the Scottish weather permits.
The Lodge has wireless broadband throughout.
There are full drying room and laundry facilities.
Let with exclusive occupancy, the cost per week is £150 per person, per night (plus VAT). There is a minimum charge of £5,000 plus VAT. This tariff includes all food and soft drinks and the services of a cook and housekeeper. Please note that alcoholic drinks are not provided but guests are welcome to bring their own. Short breaks are also available by separate arrangement.
Craiganour boasts the only Scottish Skyspace. This is an art installation created by American artist James Turrell who is best known for his work on the Roden Crater in Arizona. The Craiganour Skyspace is a beautifully designed and constructed folly, set in birch woodland, and attracts artists and non artists alike.
An oval aperture in the ceiling frames the sky to make it appear two dimensional and allows for the appreciation of light, particularly at sunrise and sunset. Time spent in the Skyspace is totally relaxing and is the perfect way to ease oneself into a day or wind down at the end.