Built in 1890 in a wing of the original lodge, as its name suggests, it was a school room. Up to 18 children from stalkers’ houses and farms were schooled there. Some walked 15 miles a day! Along with The Chapel and Cook’s Flat, the School House survived the great fire of 1942, which destroyed the Victorian lodge.
The School House is cosy and traditional, with pine clad walls and a wood stove, and sleeps four, in two bedrooms.