Loch Ness holidays and places to stay

Loch Ness is Scotland’s most famous loch. Surrounded by myth and legend, we have our very own monster. But there’s more to Loch Ness than the elusive Nessie. This is a magical place to visit, with so much history, charm and beauty. Loch Ness holidays are full of fun and adventure!

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Loch Ness hotels, B&Bs, guest houses and hostels

Looking for a room to stay near Loch Ness? Our spectacular area offers hotels, bed and breakfasts, guest houses and hostels. With plenty of variety from luxury five-star to affordable accommodation. Whatever your style and budget, there’s something just perfect for you.

Holiday homes, campsites and caravan parks

For added freedom and flexibility, there are self-catering cottages and lodges aplenty to choose from. Along with great camping, glamping and caravanning facilities. So you can select the very best accommodation option for your holiday.

Boating holidays on the Caledonian Canal

The Caledonian Canal is a manmade waterway, which connects Loch Ness and three other Scottish lochs, stretching from Inverness on the east coast to Fort William on the west coast. It provides the most wonderful setting for a Scottish boating holiday. Join a cruise or hire a private boat with accommodation and set sail for a unique experience.

Things to do near Loch Ness

There are lots of lovely villages dotted around Loch Ness, just waiting to be explored. Such as Drumnadrochit, Dores, Foyers, Invermoriston and Fort Augustus. Top attractions in the area include Urquhart Castle, the Falls of Foyers, Suidhe Viewpoint, Meall Fuar-Mhonaidh and Corrimony Chambered Cairn. You can walk or cycle around the whole loch or parts of it, on the Loch Ness 360° Trail. You can hunt for Nessie on a Loch Ness Cruise. Or you can learn more about the monster legend at the Loch Ness Centre and Exhibition.

Inverness lies just north of Loch Ness and is definitely worth a visit during your holiday. With a rich history, there are lots of attractions and interesting things to discover in this vibrant Scottish city.

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