Hotels in Loch Ness, Affric and the Black Isle

The Cnoc Hotel, Struy, Strathglass
No pets Wifi / broadband

The Cnoc Hotel    Struy, Strathglass

You are assured of a warm welcome at this idyllic, relaxing and comfortable hotel, nestled in the countryside of Strathglass, at the foot of Glen Strathfarrar, close to Glen Affric and only 20 miles from Inverness, capital of the Scottish Highlands.

The Cnoc Hotel is a perfect retreat for fishers, walkers of all types, birdwatchers (osprey, golden eagle and red kite all seen locally), golfers and cyclists. Very comfortable rooms, excellent meals served in our award winning restaurant, friendly bar. Perfect for a long or short break in the Highlands.

The Lovat, Fort Augustus
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

The Lovat    Fort Augustus

This award winning 28 bedroom eco-conscious 4 star hotel in Fort Augustus, is one not to be missed. The team welcome you with unobtrusive yet professional attention and the kitchen showcases kitchen garden produce as well as foraged goods from the local area. The Brasserie is open all year with an la carte menu. Facilities include: lift; laundry; and drying facilities.

Ord House Hotel, Muir of Ord
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Ord House Hotel    Muir of Ord

A family run, stunning, 17th century country house situated only 20 mins from Inverness. Log fires, a cosy bar, comfortable rooms with free wifi in all areas and 40 acres of gardens all create a relaxing and friendly atmosphere in which to enjoy your stay, In our AA rosette restaurant and bar the emphasis is on using fresh veg from the garden and locally sourced meat and fish. An ideal base for your holiday in the highlands. Dogs are welcome and can walk in our woods and gardens.

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