Lodge of Finlarig Bed and Breakfast, Telephone +44 (0) 1479 851378, Email: stay@lodgebandb.co.uk

South-west view from Lodge B and B towards Ben Mhor, Scottish highlands

Heidi our English Springer Spaniel
Shuna the Welsh Cardigan Corgi who looks after any scraps
Highland Dancing is increasing in popularity and often a winter activity

Lodge of Finlarig was designed by us, when we set out to take advantage of this unique site above Dulnain Bridge.

We both worked in Edinburgh; Katie as an interior designer and John as an advertising agency owner turned web developer.

 We both decided it would be wonderful to move and live in the Scottish Highlands permanently. Lodge of Finlarig was enlarged and became our only home just before the millennium.

We run Lodge B and B a bit like a Wolsey Lodge when our visitors seem to finish up as friends and say they will be back. We offer dinner as an option - tired business couples warn us in advance if they want an "evening in". We are very much "at home" with a friendly dinner party atmosphere. 

Now we share our home as a Bed and Breakfast and hope you will enjoy your stay with us.

John and Katie Bruce

Katie and John Bruce at Lodge of Finlarig B and B, Strathspey
Dulnain Bridge, Morayshire, Scotland.
Cock Pheasant - so often seen in Strathspey
Website: Ardchattan Solutions