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Loch Ness Lodge

Loch Ness, near Inverness, Scotland

Press Reviews

The Independent, October 2008:
"Loch Ness Lodge’s seven rooms are comfortable, luxurious and atmospheric with open views of the water from all but one. There are also plush lounges, a hot tub and sauna to warm up after wintry rambles and sophisticated food, much of it local and sustainably sourced, courtesy of chef Ross Fraser."

Press & Journal, June 2008:
"This venue provides a subtle, luxurious location which caters for your every wish, and the effortless attention to detail gives the Lodge a character all of its own."

Sunday Herald Magazine, May 2008:
"Luxurious without pretension, this place is a perfect retreat for tired, stressed bodies and minds"

Scots Heritage Magazine, May 2008:
"No expense has been spared in creating what is undoubtedly one of the finest, if not the finest resort in Scotland"

Guest Ratings


Guest Reviews

Reviews are only from people who have stayed there and booked through i-escape.

  • “Everything excellent. Great host and great setting. Extremely comfortable room”
    , United Kingdom (14.05.15)

  • “The nicest and friendliest place we have ever been to in the UK.”
    , Germany (07.08.14)

  • “Absolutely super hotel. Fab location, extremely efficient and friendly service from Scott and look forward to returning in the future. Such a lovely atmosphere.”
    , United Kingdom (15.06.14)

Save to favouritesPrintMailLoch Ness LodgeWith dramatic views out across the water to a string of craggy mountains beyond, this feels like a remote and historic Highland retreat; yet itís a brand new building and, unbelievably, Inverness is only 15 minutesí drive away. All credit to Scott Sutherland and his sister Iona, who inherited the lochside land from their parents and have created an imposing yet secluded hideaway. A turret at one end of the long, grey-roofed building adds a touch of Baronial grandeur; clever landscaping hides the A82 from view; and a private underpass below the road gives secret access to the loch's shoreline. Inside, the guest lounges and 7 [r:UK057:bedrooms] are a lesson in immaculate sophistication, with a mix of upmarket, contemporary furnishings, fresh flowers and family heirlooms. The feel is country-house-comfort rather than look-at-me showiness, and makes for a cosseting retreat after a day spent hiking in bracingly dreich Highland weather, or Nessie-spotting out on the loch.

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