Inverbroom, part of the old Braemore Forest, extends to approximately 20,000 acres from Loch Broom to A'Chailleach at 3,276 ft. and includes the whole of the south bank of the River Broom.
Inverbroom is a lovely Victorian sporting lodge situated in one of the most beautiful valleys on the west coast, half a mile from the head of Loch Broom and 8 miles from the idyllic fishing town of Ullapool. The lodge has been completely refurbished to provide very comfortable accommodation with eight double bedrooms, 2 smaller bedrooms, plus cook's accommodation and now comfortably sleeps 14 plus. Most bedrooms have their own bathrooms. Downstairs there is a large sitting room with log fire, dining room, kitchen and games room with a snooker table. It is an ideal house for both a sporting and family holiday. Dogs restricted to ground floor. Kennels should be available.
The Broom is a classic spate river and the house has the sole rights to fish the near bank of the river with four rods fly only. There are 25 pools. There is a catch and release policy in operation in keeping with other west coast rivers. Fishing runs from mid-June to the end of September.
There is plentiful trout fishing on lovely remote hill lochs and a boat is available by arrangement on the largest of these.
There is stalking available from late August with up to 8 stags being taken each week.
Hind Stalking available from late October – December. Duck Flighting available on request. Please call for more details.
This is a wonderful area for walking and bird watching with A'Chailleach, Sgurr Mor and Stac Pollaidh nearby. The beaches of Gruinard and Achiltibuie are unforgettable. Boat trips to the Summer Isles and the ferry to Stornoway leave daily from Ullapool. A 9 hole golf course and indoor swimming pool can also be found in Ullapool.