Grimersta Lodge built in 1861 stands on the shore of East Loch Roag, the Atlantic sea loch into which the Grimersta River flows. When fish are running, guests in the lodge can enjoy the wonderful sight of shoals of salmon and grilse preparing to enter the river...
The lodge is fully staffed, providing early morning tea, breakfast, a picnic lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.
Our cellar stocks a comprehensive selection of wines and spirits.
Parties are usually based on eight Rods. For non-fishing guests there is plenty to see and do on Lewis and Harris and we can advise on a full range of activities.
Image ©Jan Shouten
There is no fishing on Sundays. Following a later breakfast guests may choose to tour the island, returning for a traditional Sunday lunch.
Changeover night at Grimersta is on a Wednesday with guests arriving in time for the change of Beats at 6pm. With both outgoing and incoming parties the lodge can be full and there is a wonderful atmosphere.
If you have any questions regarding your stay in the lodge please contact Christina Macdonald, the General Manager. General information is available here