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Places to stay around Loch Ness

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5y, 6m agoPosted 5 years, 6 months ago
Hi everybody. It's my boyfriend's birthday soon and I'd like to take him to Loch Ness or somewhere similar for the weekend.

Does anyone have any suggestions or websites I should check? Obviously the cheaper the better, but I'm really looking for somewhere special.
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5y, 6m agoPosted 5 years, 6 months ago
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unless he likes Golf avoid weekend of 9/10 July as Scottish Golf open is on up here and hotels ect will either be full or expensive,
a good place to start
http://www.inverness-scotland.com/

there are also plenty of castles where you can stay too,

Edited By: highland2010 on Jun 07, 2011 00:22
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I stayed in a B&B in Fort William just a drive from Loch Ness. this place is £50 for a double room where you get a REALLY comfy, great quality four poster bed, spacious room, with ensuite biggish (double) shower. They have a lovely roaring log fire in winter and are the friendliest nicest hosts ever. Their breakfasts are fantastic too and included in the price of course. The photos of the outside don't look great, but its a truly lovely place and you don't feel like youre imposing on someone's house, like you do in some B&Bs.

Fort William is a great base for a trip, as you can travel to all different places from there, including doing day trips to some of the islands. You can visit several castles including Eilean Donan Castle, Inverlochy (ruins) and Urquhuart Castle on the banks of Loch Ness, also ruins. You have Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in Britain in Fort William, and you drive through the very eerie and atmospheric Glencoe. There are boat trips on Loch Ness, very nice on a hot day, and you might see Nessie. There is the Nessie Visitor Centre and you are near the Caledonian Canal. Im not sure what youre into but there are plenty of nice places to eat and drink too.

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Edited By: therealslimkaty on Jun 07, 2011 04:55

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