Located three miles from the historic harbour town of Portsoy, Brandon Lodge offers charming accommodation nestled in an idyllic countryside setting. We invite our guests to relax and embrace the peace and tranquillity of the location. Originally built as three linked stone cottages in the 1900s, Brandon Lodge has since been converted into one spacious home surrounded by uninterrupted views of rolling countryside and the peaceful sounds of nature.
Conveniently situated along the North East 250 Tourist Route, Brandon Lodge offers easy access to the dramatic Moray coastline. Venturing inland, Brandon Lodge lies at the gateway to historic castles, standing stones, the Malt Whisky Trail, excellent fishing rivers, cycling and walking routes, golf courses, and much more.
The owner, Lorna, has finally returned to her homeland of Scotland. Lorna is a warm and welcoming host who has often made guests feel like extended family in her former home south of the border. She is very knowledgeable about the area having spent many a holiday exploring every nook and cranny of Scotland with her two children, Rhona and Fiona. We both wish her well on this new venture and we just know that her guests will love her as much as we do!
The Lodge offers two king bedrooms and one double with guests enjoying a private entrance and hallway. An elegantly designed living/dining room allows guests to retreat and unwind after a day of exploration. Guests are welcome to relax in a spacious garden area complete with outdoor seating. Upstairs, there is a cosy nook featuring local crafts and a selection of reading materials.
The first king bedroom with en suite is located on the ground floor and overlooks the courtyard garden at the rear of the Lodge. Guest accommodation continues upstairs on the first floor with a family suite featuring both king and double beds, and sharing a bathroom on the same level. All guest bedrooms have been thoughtfully designed and fitted with blackout roman blinds to ensure our guests can enjoy a restful night’s sleep. Morning refreshments can be a traditional Scottish cooked breakfast, or a selection of lighter fare.