Alladale Wilderness Reserve offers the finest accommodation in the most remote and beautiful setting in the Scottish Highlands, just over one hour’s drive from Inverness.
A perfect location for spending quality time with family & friends, the reserve offers a wide range of outdoor activities such as: stalking, fishing, clay pigeon shooting, guided 4x4 safaris, mountain biking and hiking. Other activities can be organised locally and the reserve is a short short drive from Royal Dornoch championship golf courses. See activities list for further details.
Available for exclusive bookings and special interest groups of up to 14 guests in 7 en suite bedrooms which includes one room with disabled access. Facilities include gym, sauna, snooker room, boardroom featuring cinema screen & Wi-Fi access throughout.
A beautifully tucked away, fully equipped cottage in an idyllic setting. This newly-built property accommodates up to 8 guests in 2 double bedrooms with en-suite ‘wet-room’ bathrooms on the ground floor and 1 larger room with bath/wet room on first floor.
A cosy hideaway, this beautifully decorated cottage comprises two bedrooms suitable for up to 4 people in total with shared bathroom and stunning views of Glen Alladale.
Office + 44 (0)2031 304030
Mobile + 44 (0) 7717 582370
Lodge & Reserve Operations:
Susan Wright – Hospitality
Innes MacNeill – Reserve Manager
Lodge & Reserve +44 (0)1863 755338
Celebrating 10 years in 2013 Alladale Wilderness Reserve is an extraordinary project to restore the Scottish highlands to their natural glory. Read More...
Alladale is the ideal place to enjoy a wide range of activities, from traditional highland pursuits such as deer stalking and hiking, birdwatching to specialist photography. Read More...
Chris Morgan, wildlife filmmaker, visited Alladale Wilderness Reserve to witness the environmental progress of the last six years. Chris talks with owner of Alladale, Paul Lister about his passion for the Scottish Highlands and Europe's last extensive forests of Romania -home to wolves, bears and lynx. Click here to see their conversation.