Highland farmhouse on the shores of Loch Ness. Magnificent views, 3 comfortable ensuite bedrooms. TV, sitting rooms with log fires, 3 warm well equipped log cabins, B&B or self catering. Highland cattle, boats, woodland walks. Gaelic, French, German, Italian and Spanish spoken here.
This 125 year old house is beautifully situated on the shores of Loch Ness near the pretty village of Fort Augustus. This is a very private location with stunning loch and mountain views but we are only a ten minute walk or two minute drive from the centre of the village, with its shops, pubs and restaurants.
The house has three large public rooms with superb views over Loch Ness and surrounding mountains; log-fires, T.V. video-room, games and piano room. Free hot drinks bar for guests to use at any time.Family, Double and Twin bedrooms all have en-suite facilities.Open April through October plus Christmas and New Year.Prices range from £25 - £35 p.p. per night.We have pretty, self-catering log cabins which are very warm and well-equipped, with parking alongside, and the option of breakfast in the main house dining-room. The cabins vary in size to accommodate 2 – 5 people. Open all year.Prices range from £250 - £700 per cabin per week depending on size and season.
Our peninsula in Loch Ness is run as a small farm with friendly Highland Cattle and Highland Ponies who all graze naturally on the heather hill and woodlands beside the loch. We offer beautiful horse rides for all standards, accompanied by a local guide; also row-boats, Canadian canoes and mountain bikes are available.
This is a friendly, family house where Gaelic, French, German, Italian and Spanish are all spoken fluently.
I have rarely stayed somewhere so welcoming and comfortable. The main house was warm and charming and the cabin we... stayed in was very clean and comfortable. The owner was so personable and even stayed up around the fire and chatting out on the patio with myself and my family. He shared a lot of history with us about the location and about Scotland, including the mind blowing fact that there is a difference in Scottish and Irish Gaelic 😱. If I ever find myself in the does of Loch Ness, I will definitely be staying here again.read more
Seldon does a place so vastly meet and exceed all expectations. The staff and owners were the perfect hosts, and not... one minute did we feel otherwise. The grounds are sweeping and beautifully maintained. Absolutely worthy of your consideration.read more
Such a wonderful B&B. The hosts are very friendly and helpful and the accommodations are equally comfortable and set in... stunning scenery. It is also a very animal friendly place with horses, cattle, dogs, and a self domesticated duck who acts like a dog. We all really enjoyed our stay and hope to come again one day!read more
Rustic with friendly welcome. Our room didn't overlook the Loch but a hairy coo which was lovely to see. A beautiful... walk into the village for dinner. Thanks for the early breakfast much appreciated.read more
We stayed in a cottage immediately at the lake in 2015. Fantastic experience. Will never forget the sunrise (don't miss... it!). Access road is half a mile off the main road, giving the place a remote feel. Fort Augustus is a colourful small village within walking distance.
Highly recommended!read more
My boyfriend and I found this place randomly online and booked it. When we arrived we had no idea how amazing it was... going to be. First off the owner, Jenny, was the funniest and sweetest person we met on our travels. Her family was so friendly and they all made sure we had a wonderful time but recommending us places to visit in town, which by the way was very charming. Words can not describe how beautiful this place was. The pier house was cute and right on the lake surrounded by mountains. I will post pictures because as a photographer, this place was a dream to photograph. It was also amazing because she owned 3 highland cows, 3 horse, and 2 dogs (all of which where sweet and let you get close and pet them). The breakfast was home cooked and delicious. Even though we didn’t get to see Nessie, we left feeling like we found a hidden treasure. Next time we are in Scotland, we are going back. We had an amazing time.read more
A lovely B&B by the shores of Loch Ness. It's also a little farm, so there are animals about - horses dogs, a very old... cat. Since it's half a kilometre out of Fort Augustus it feels quiet and peaceful. We stayed in one of the small chalets near the lake and it was great. Strongly recommended.read more