Isle of Eriska capitalises on self catering boom with four new hilltop hideaways

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Luxury boutique hotel, Isle of Eriska, has announced the launch of four new Hilltop Reserves, following the success of its debut two self-catering lodges on site.

The lodges come complete with a kitchen, their own heating and water systems and WiFi and are positioned on the hill away from the main hotel to offer privacy and seclusion.

The four new self-catering lodges also come with their own terrace, with decking including a hot tub with views across Loch Crenan.

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Guests staying at the lodges have access to the hotel’s two restaurants, the Michelin-starred eatery and the Deck restaurant, plus use of the golf course, swimming pool and tennis courts.

The Stables Spa is also available for use.

The Isle of Eriska is offering the Hilltop Reserves for a short break, or as part of a membership package can be purchased priced at £10k for 70 nights across 10 years.

Once guests become a member, the Reserves can be book in blocks of three, four, or seven nights with an upper limit of up to 21 nights per year.

In August 2016, Isle of Eriska – the island and hotel and spa – was acquired by Creation Gem, owned by the Rong family, meaning previous owners Buchanan-Smith family are no longer involved.

The private island, located off the west coast of Scotland, covers 300 acres and includes a 25-bedroom five star hotel with a Michelin-starred restaurant, plus its own golf course, nature reserve and the recently re-launched Stables Spa.

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