Set in a granite stone-built Victorian residence at the south-west end of Loch Ness and within a short walking distance of the lake, Loch Ness Guest House is one of the oldest buildings in the Fort Augustus village.
After summer sightseeing or winter skiing guests can relax in one of the twelve rooms that boast full en-suite and come with colour TVs, kingsize beds, power showers, hairdryers, towels and bath sheets.
For cyclists and walkers Loch Ness Guest House offers storage for bikes, local knowledge with lots of maps and walking books to peruse.
Groupon’s Guide To Loch Ness
Visitors may take a walk along the long stretch of the legendary Loch Ness and unearth the mystery of the monster which is said to lurk beneath its deep, dark, and mysterious waters, and feed their curiosity further by visiting an exhibition on the beast itself.
Guests may also watch the cascading waters of the Falls of Foyers, a waterfall surrounded by enchanting woodlands, before venturing out to Urquhart Castle, whose medieval ruins overlook the enigmatic waters of the Loch Ness. Finally, they may pay a visit to the village of Fort Augustus and wander around its shops, restaurants, and various attractions, which include boat cruises down the Caledonian Canal.