Listing Ref: 178
Strathglass Lodge, Loch Ness, Inverness
Strathglass Lodge is one of three lodges with panoramic views over the spectacular Scottish Highlands. The lodges are all finished to an exceptional standard, and enclosed in lovely gardens, with local amenities located conveniently close by.
Designed to make the most of the beautiful views, the lodges are spacious and bright. Expertly designed to retain lots of rustic charm, they provide a welcoming, comfortable base for a retreat in this stunning region.
Strathglass Lodge accommodation
Situated all on the ground floor, Strathglass Lodge has two bedrooms: one king-size and one bunk room. The simple bathroom has a shower with WC.
The open plan living area has large windows and stunning views. French doors lead out onto an enclosed garden with outdoor furniture. Sheltered and private, the garden is an idyllic spot to relax with a cocktail or two on a summer’s evening.
There are also plenty of leisure facilities available on site, such as trout or salmon fishing and pony trekking.
General amenities include: a TV/DVD player with freesat. The kitchen area has an electric oven and hob, a microwave, fridge with ice compartment and washer/dryer.
Ben linen and towels are included in the rent, and two dogs are welcome, charged at £20 per dog for up to 7 nights, £40 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20 for every week/part week thereafter.
There is ample parking available, as well as a shop, pub and Post Office just a short stroll away.
Free Wi-Fi is available on site at the pub/restaurant. Electricity and heating is payable by a card meter, available from the owner.
Sorry, no smoking.
Strathglass Lodge surrounding area
Cannich is a picturesque village, located conveniently close to Beauly town as well as the stunning city of Inverness. The whole area is rich in unique sights and attractions to discover. The majestic Highland scenery stretches for miles, with dramatic mountains and green valleys, long peninsulas and remote islands.
The location of these lovely cottages is ideal for exploring this incredible area. Discover the ancient local history at one of the many impressive castles dotted around the landscape. Urquhart Castle, Moniack Castle or Guisachan House are just a few places where you can learn about the Scotland’s fascinating heritage.
Of course world famous Loch Ness is an absolute must visit. You can also head to the coastline and take a brisk walk atop the cliffs, admiring the pounding waves below, all the while keeping an eye out for some bottlenose dolphins. For an extra special day out, take a boat to St Kilda, a World Heritage Site and volcanic archipelago off the coast of the Outer Hebrides; a truly unforgettable experience.
Welcoming and comfortable, these fantastic lodges provide everything you need for a wonderful break in this majestic place.