Camisky Lodge is a beautiful Victorian lodge near Torlundy, Fort William, set amidst the stunning Inverness-shire countryside on the banks of the River Lochy on the west coast of Scotland.
Built in 1870 by Lord Abinger as the primary fishing lodge for the River Lochy, it was once host to the Prince of Wales and Wallace Simpson, who stayed at the lodge in 1935 for a week’s holiday, prior to the king’s historic abdication in 1936, as guests of Lady Annie Henrietta Yule who was staying at the lodge at that time.
Camisky Lodge sleeps up to 14 people all year round and is available for family holidays, long weekend breaks, fishing, deer stalking, golf, skiing and much more. Situated only seven miles from the town of Fort William, where full transport, shopping and other amenities are located, the house offers a secluded and peaceful environment in which to relax and unwind, set against a backdrop of outstanding natural beauty and breathtaking views of Ben Nevis.
“Camisky was a fabulous place for a group of our size (ten). This was an annual week in the hills and we have stayed in a huge variety of properties over the last 35 years. This was easily one of the best. The place has had a recent makeover, which has retained the charm but ensured it is properly heated and things work. The setting is really stunning and with the week of weather we had, we never tired of the views of the Ben. Lots of space and character, everything you might expect (wifi, etc.) in a great location.”