Dating from 1854 Ardmay House was originally built as a Victorian fishing lodge. The house has been comprehensively refurbished in recent years and has a very distinctive character.
Located in its own private grounds, the house has its own private beach with a seating area that looks out onto the stunning scenery of the loch and the surrounding mountains.
Students sleep in spacious dorm-style rooms, each named after one of the beautiful islands of Scotland’s West Coast. The rooms sleep 4, 6 or 8 students of a similar age.
There is a separate wing of the house for girls and boys, each with their own toilets and showers. There are separate bedrooms for on-duty staff in each wing of the house allowing 24-hour supervision.
Ardmay House has a relaxed, homely feel ensuring students feel happy, settled and safe at all times.