Loch Ness Hotels – We love Loch Ness, and I’ve visited several times over the years. Finding the right base makes a huge difference, so here’s a selection of accommodation that works for families, couples and adventurers.
Whitebridge Hotel Quality All Rounder – Loch Ness Hotels
Fora smart but relaxed stay on Loch Ness, I’d recommend the Whitebridge Hotel. It’s a real all rounder, working well for families, couples, friends or groups. There are two dining options, the snug bar with large fireplaces and pans/kettles suspended from the old wooden beams. It makes you feel you’ve gone back in time. And the smarter restaurant, with its Arts and Crafts/William Morris style decor, allows guests to make a meal more of an occasion. Notably good vegetarian options served here too. Cosy, welcoming and relaxed throughout. The bar offers a varied craft beer menu and local gin selection too. After eating and drinking, head through to the lounge, which has shelves of games and activities on offer. My son and I played table football and hoopla before it was time for bed. Consider rates and availability here.
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Indulgent Child Free Escape – Loch Ness Hotels
Foyers Lodge is an adult only venue on the banks of Loch Ness. Rich, dark and sumptuous decor, sweeping views over the water, and excellent food make it an excellent destination for couples to enjoy. Freestanding baths are available in two of the eight rooms, and there’s also a stylish self-catering apartment for two. The dramatic decor, art, furniture and antiques have been lovingly selected by owner Anna Low, with much of the restoration and decoration work carried out by husband Philip Crowe.
‘Armadilla’ glamping, plus family cottage style accommodation is available at Loch Ness Glamping. Additional facilities include BBQ houses for cooking up a feast, and a heated indoor swimming pool, plus Highland Cattle to brush and lambs to cuddle.
Self Catering & Hostels
If you’re into the hostel vibe then there are several on Loch Ness to consider, with prices starting at around £15 upwards. In terms of self-catering, Loch Ness has a host of unique and welcoming properties to choose between. Take a browse here.
Things to Do
Visitors are spoiled for choice when it comes to activities. If you want a guide to things to do in Loch Ness I’ve written up a huge list of actives here.
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