High Class Self Catering Accommodation on the West Highland Coastline
The accommodation within Rasger Lodge consists of two double bedrooms and two twin bedrooms, the main double bedroom, and en-suit shower room are situated downstairs on the ground floor, which may be suitable for access for some disabled persons, given the access from the car park to the entrance of the house is via ramp and veranda. (Please note that whilst the ground floor bedroom and shower room may be ideal for some disabled persons, it is fitted out for domestic purpose only, with domestic fittings only (and is no way implied that the facility is dedicated for disabled purpose). The main bedroom also contains a shower room which is en-suite and consists of a large walk in shower, WC, twin basin vanity unit, the bedroom also contains a full walk in wardrobe. Upstairs is the second double bedroom, and the remaining two twin bedrooms, each bedroom has its own built in wardrobe, these remaining bedrooms share the upstairs bathroom which contains bath, WC, and vanity unit. If required a travel cot and high chair are available for an infant upon request.
The lounge area contains the entrance to the cloakroom cupboard, utility room, and further WC and hand basin. The lounge area takes up all of the remaining floor area, and is open plan encompassing the two floors of the house with a gallery landing overlooking the lounge area. Adjacent to the lounge is the kitchen and dining area, again this area is open plan to the lounge area. The kitchen contains every appliance a gourmet chief could wish for, from the rayburn cooker, to the mains oven / microwave, built in steam oven, two ring electric domino hob, etc. the kitchen worktops and walls are all clad in solid granite creating a magnificent working environment to create a culinary masterpiece. Also located within the kitchen area is the large oak table with seating for eight people. The kitchen has two access and exit points to outside, one is to the large decking area through the French doors, and the other is out to the veranda which runs along the West elevation of the house and along the whole of the front elevation of the house to the car park area.
The interior of the house has been tastefully finished in solid oak flooring throughout the whole of the house, together with all other general joinery and doors also finished in solid oak. Together with the oak, solid cedar has been used extensively throughout every room within the house for walls, ceilings, and beams. The combination of the timbers used both externally, and within Rasger Lodge creates an atmosphere of warmth, which complements the beautiful outstanding area in which Rasger Lodge is located.
Unfortunately, due to Rasger lodge buildings insurance constraints placed upon us by our buildings insurers the solid fuel fire must not be used by guests. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.