Aigas accommodates up to 40 guests in comfortable and spacious timber lodges set in the gardens and wooded grounds of the House of Aigas. The lodges are carpeted throughout and are cosy and friendly, warm and entirely self-contained.
It is not at all unusual to see roe deer from your window, hear a red squirrel scuttling around on the roof or find a pine marten running along your balcony rail. The tranquility of the grounds ensures that more often than not you will fall asleep to the gentle hoot of a tawny owl in the distance.
All bedrooms are well heated and welcoming, furnished with comfortable twin divan beds, plenty of storage space, reading lights and chairs. If you are travelling alone remember we do not charge any single supplements for guests staying at the field centre. All bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms.
All of our bathrooms are modern, warm and well lit, equipped with both bath and shower facilities. Towels are provided.
Each lodge has a spacious communal lounge area with tea and coffee making facilities and comfortable seating. There is a small selection of books and magazines and each lodge is equipped with umbrellas and a hairdryer.
There are a few extra rooms located in the House of Aigas that are sometimes available during busy periods. If you have any questions about the accommodation please contact us.
There is Wi-Fi freely available for guests' use in the House of Aigas. It is a satellite based connection and is ideal for light web browsing and email but but not fast enough for data intensive use.
Accommodation for External Programmes
For programmes that visit the beautiful islands around Scotland’s coast, we aim to select comfortable and locally-run guest houses and hotels such as the Sligachan Hotel, set at the foot of the Black Cuillin on Skye.
We constantly review the hotels we patronize in order to select the best possible accommodation for you. Unfortunately, a small single supplement may have to be charged for these programmes.