The Old Byre and secluded courtyard.
Lingerton Lodge is the only remaining house at Lingerton which was part of a small farming community a few miles from Lochgilphead. There are two parts to the Lodge. The original building was built around 1850 and with the extension being added 23 years ago. Next to the Lodge is the “Old Byre” and a beautiful courtyard where you can relax and embrace the beauty of your surroundings.
Lingerton Lodge sits within an acre of grounds surrounded by ancient woodland with Lingerton Burn bordering the property. Some of the grounds have been manicured and other parts have been left allowing nature to take its course. It’s lovely to observe and listen to the sounds of nature.
Peace and tranquillity can be found in different parts of the grounds and there are several seating areas to choose from, where you can enjoy the peace and quiet, meditate, listen to the sound of the water in the burn, which flows around the east and south boundaries of the property or just be in your own space.
The centre piece of the garden is a giant Monkey Puzzle tree, which is as old as the house itself. There is an abundance of wildlife including buzzards, deer, pine martin, barn and tawny owls; a 20 minute walk through open countryside will take you to the loch within yards of a 70 strong seal colony.
As the Lodge is in a rural setting there is no light pollution, which creates a truly dark sky ideal for stargazing.
Accommodation is only available in the main Lodge.
West Side of Garden